Developing genetic markers with next-generation sequencing

As you’ll recall, I gave a very crude overview of RAD-seq and GBS on Thursday. I promised that I’d post a link to a recent paper that provides a good review of these and other techniques. You’ll now find the link on the lecture detail page for last Thursday’s lecture and on the consolidated readings page. You’ll also discover that the paper isn’t so recent. It was published in 2011. One of the hazards of getting old is that 6-year-old papers now seem recent. Heck, papers that are 20 years old sometimes seem recent. In any case, it’s still a good overview, and if you use Scopus or Google Scholar to find out who cited it, you’ll find more recent reviews if you’re interested in what’s happening now.

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