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SRX036634: Initial Characterization of Leucoraja erinacea Genome Using 500bp Paired-End Sequencing
2 ILLUMINA (Illumina Genome Analyzer II) runs: 420M spots, 105G bases, 57.5Gb downloads

Design: Standard Illumina paired-end library preparation protocol.
Submitted by: Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory
Study: Leucoraja erinacea genome sequencing project
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The little skate, <i>Leucoraja erinacea</i>, is a member of the most primitive surviving clade of jawed vertebrates and provides unique insight into the origin and evolution of many fundamental vertebrate characteristics. Chondrichthyans have a neural crest, jaws and teeth, an adaptive immune system and a pressurized circulatory system. These characteristics have been exploited to promote significant understanding about human physiology, immunology stem cell and cancer biology, regeneration, pharmacology, toxicology and neurobiology.
Sample: Leucoraja erinacea Stage 32 Embryonic DNA Sample 1
SAMN00189066 • SRS150748 • All experiments • All runs
Name: Leucoraja erinacea Stage 32 Embryonic DNA 500bp Paired-end Library (Delaware Biotechnology Institute)
Instrument: Illumina Genome Analyzer II
Strategy: WGS
Selection: RANDOM
Layout: PAIRED
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Runs: 2 runs, 420M spots, 105G bases, 57.5Gb
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