Supplemental Material for Zhao et al., 2020
datasetposted on 12.06.2020 by Tingting Zhao, Zhongqu Duan, Georgi Z. Genchev, Hui Lu
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Table S1: Table showing information of 17 de novo assemblies used in this study. Table S2: Table showing information of 279 next-generation sequencing samples used in this study. Table S3: Table showing identifying euchromatic and non-euchromatic gaps. Table S4: Table showing euchromatic gaps and non-euchromatic gaps information. Table S5: Table showing all of the gap-closing sequences in 17 human de novo assemblies, four non-human primate genomes and other NRS datasets. Table S7: Table showing the gap-closing sequences closed by NA24385 with MUMmer in QUAST.
Figure S1: Comparision between gap-closing sequences involved in the closed gaps from minimap2 and MUMmer in the individual genome NA24385. Figure S2: Non-redundant gap-closing seuqneces covered by unmapped reads from SGDP dataset. Figure S3: Promoter regions associated with CpG islands predicetd by CpGProD in non-reference gap-closing sequneces.