Genome-wide association study (GWAS) has been the driving force for identifying association between genetic variants and human phenotypes.
MOTIVATION: Genome assembly is increasingly performed on long, uncorrected reads.
Using a metagenomics approach, we have determined the first full-length genome sequence of a human parechovirus type 15 (HPeV15) strain, isolated from a child with acute
Nanopore long-read sequencing technology offers promising alternatives to high-throughput short read sequencing, especially in the context of RNA-sequencing.
Nervous systems have the ability to select appropriate actions and action sequences in response to sensory cues.