Data from: Direct sequencing of haplotypes from diploid individuals through a modified emulsion PCR-based single-molecule sequencing approach

 

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Title Emulsion PCR derived Haplotype Sequences
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Description Haplotypes derived by single molecule sequencing using emulsion PCR. Samples are from populations of E. affinis, either collected from Racine Harbor (R) in Lake Michigan or from Saint-Jean Port Joli (J) in Quebec. Numbers after the letter indicate sample number within the laboratory. Samples with only a single letter/number combination are single individuals. Samples with multiple letter/number combinations are mixtures of individuals. Samples derived from traditional, non-emulsion PCR and sequencing are indicated (NE). Samples derived from emulsion PCR and sequencing are numbered to indicate independent amplifications. All samples were sequenced in both directions.
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Metzger BPH, Gelembiuk GW, Lee CE (2012) Direct sequencing of haplotypes from diploid individuals through a modified emulsion PCR-based single-molecule sequencing approach. Molecular Ecology Resources 13(1): 135-143. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.12034

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Metzger BPH, Gelembiuk GW, Lee CE (2012) Data from: Direct sequencing of haplotypes from diploid individuals through a modified emulsion PCR-based single-molecule sequencing approach. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.rh7f4
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