Whole genome mapping is a de novo process that generates whole genome, ordered, restriction maps with no requirement for previous sequence information and provides a comprehensive view of genomic architecture. Resembling a barcode, the whole genome map is unique to the organism and provides a complete, structural view of the genome that reveals its architecture in a single, easy-to-interpret image.
Whole Genome Mapping Features and Benefits: A more accurate approach - enables detection and correction of assembly errors for higher accuracy sequence assembly. Without references - independent of sequence information, and do not require amplification or PCR steps. High resolution - accelerate whole genome sequencing.
Whole Genome Mapping Applications: Estimate the absolute length of a genome Assemble Whole Genome Sequencing Quickly detect differences between two genomes Strain Typing
CD Genomics Whole Genome Mapping Service includes: Enzyme digestion result Assembly and analysis Scaffold placement