Experimental conditions improving in-solution target enrichment for ancient DNA

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Experimental conditions improving in-solution target enrichment for ancient DNA. / Cruz-Dávalos, Diana I.; Llamas, Bastien; Gaunitz, Charleen; Fages, Antoine Alphonse; Gamba, Cristina; Soubrier, Julien; Sanz, Pablo Librado; Seguin-Orlando, Andaine; Pruvost, Mélanie; Alfarhan, Ahmed H.; Alquraishi, Saleh A.; Al-Rasheid, Khaled A. S.; Scheu, Amelie; Beneke, Norbert; Ludwig, Arne; Cooper, Alan; Willerslev, Eske; Orlando, Ludovic Antoine Alexandre.

I: Molecular Ecology Resources, Bind 17, Nr. 3, 05.2017, s. 508-522.

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Cruz-Dávalos, DI, Llamas, B, Gaunitz, C, Fages, AA, Gamba, C, Soubrier, J, Sanz, PL, Seguin-Orlando, A, Pruvost, M, Alfarhan, AH, Alquraishi, SA, Al-Rasheid, KAS, Scheu, A, Beneke, N, Ludwig, A, Cooper, A, Willerslev, E & Orlando, LAA 2017, 'Experimental conditions improving in-solution target enrichment for ancient DNA', Molecular Ecology Resources, bind 17, nr. 3, s. 508-522. https://doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.12595

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Cruz-Dávalos, D. I., Llamas, B., Gaunitz, C., Fages, A. A., Gamba, C., Soubrier, J., Sanz, P. L., Seguin-Orlando, A., Pruvost, M., Alfarhan, A. H., Alquraishi, S. A., Al-Rasheid, K. A. S., Scheu, A., Beneke, N., Ludwig, A., Cooper, A., Willerslev, E., & Orlando, L. A. A. (2017). Experimental conditions improving in-solution target enrichment for ancient DNA. Molecular Ecology Resources, 17(3), 508-522. https://doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.12595

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Cruz-Dávalos DI, Llamas B, Gaunitz C, Fages AA, Gamba C, Soubrier J o.a. Experimental conditions improving in-solution target enrichment for ancient DNA. Molecular Ecology Resources. 2017 maj;17(3):508-522. https://doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.12595

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Cruz-Dávalos, Diana I. ; Llamas, Bastien ; Gaunitz, Charleen ; Fages, Antoine Alphonse ; Gamba, Cristina ; Soubrier, Julien ; Sanz, Pablo Librado ; Seguin-Orlando, Andaine ; Pruvost, Mélanie ; Alfarhan, Ahmed H. ; Alquraishi, Saleh A. ; Al-Rasheid, Khaled A. S. ; Scheu, Amelie ; Beneke, Norbert ; Ludwig, Arne ; Cooper, Alan ; Willerslev, Eske ; Orlando, Ludovic Antoine Alexandre. / Experimental conditions improving in-solution target enrichment for ancient DNA. I: Molecular Ecology Resources. 2017 ; Bind 17, Nr. 3. s. 508-522.

Bibtex

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title = "Experimental conditions improving in-solution target enrichment for ancient DNA",
abstract = "High-throughput sequencing has dramatically fostered ancient DNA research in recent years. Shotgun sequencing, however, does not necessarily appear as the best-suited approach due to the extensive contamination of samples with exogenous environmental microbial DNA. DNA capture-enrichment methods represent cost-effective alternatives that increase the sequencing focus on the endogenous fraction, whether it is from mitochondrial or nuclear genomes, or parts thereof. Here, we explored experimental parameters that could impact the efficacy of MYbaits in-solution capture assays of ~5000 nuclear loci or the whole genome. We found that varying quantities of the starting probes had only moderate effect on capture outcomes. Starting DNA, probe tiling, the hybridization temperature and the proportion of endogenous DNA all affected the assay, however. Additionally, probe features such as their GC content, number of CpG dinucleotides, sequence complexity and entropy and self-annealing properties need to be carefully addressed during the design stage of the capture assay. The experimental conditions and probe molecular features identified in this study will improve the recovery of genetic information extracted from degraded and ancient remains.",
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AU - Cruz-Dávalos, Diana I.

AU - Llamas, Bastien

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AU - Fages, Antoine Alphonse

AU - Gamba, Cristina

AU - Soubrier, Julien

AU - Sanz, Pablo Librado

AU - Seguin-Orlando, Andaine

AU - Pruvost, Mélanie

AU - Alfarhan, Ahmed H.

AU - Alquraishi, Saleh A.

AU - Al-Rasheid, Khaled A. S.

AU - Scheu, Amelie

AU - Beneke, Norbert

AU - Ludwig, Arne

AU - Cooper, Alan

AU - Willerslev, Eske

AU - Orlando, Ludovic Antoine Alexandre

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N2 - High-throughput sequencing has dramatically fostered ancient DNA research in recent years. Shotgun sequencing, however, does not necessarily appear as the best-suited approach due to the extensive contamination of samples with exogenous environmental microbial DNA. DNA capture-enrichment methods represent cost-effective alternatives that increase the sequencing focus on the endogenous fraction, whether it is from mitochondrial or nuclear genomes, or parts thereof. Here, we explored experimental parameters that could impact the efficacy of MYbaits in-solution capture assays of ~5000 nuclear loci or the whole genome. We found that varying quantities of the starting probes had only moderate effect on capture outcomes. Starting DNA, probe tiling, the hybridization temperature and the proportion of endogenous DNA all affected the assay, however. Additionally, probe features such as their GC content, number of CpG dinucleotides, sequence complexity and entropy and self-annealing properties need to be carefully addressed during the design stage of the capture assay. The experimental conditions and probe molecular features identified in this study will improve the recovery of genetic information extracted from degraded and ancient remains.

AB - High-throughput sequencing has dramatically fostered ancient DNA research in recent years. Shotgun sequencing, however, does not necessarily appear as the best-suited approach due to the extensive contamination of samples with exogenous environmental microbial DNA. DNA capture-enrichment methods represent cost-effective alternatives that increase the sequencing focus on the endogenous fraction, whether it is from mitochondrial or nuclear genomes, or parts thereof. Here, we explored experimental parameters that could impact the efficacy of MYbaits in-solution capture assays of ~5000 nuclear loci or the whole genome. We found that varying quantities of the starting probes had only moderate effect on capture outcomes. Starting DNA, probe tiling, the hybridization temperature and the proportion of endogenous DNA all affected the assay, however. Additionally, probe features such as their GC content, number of CpG dinucleotides, sequence complexity and entropy and self-annealing properties need to be carefully addressed during the design stage of the capture assay. The experimental conditions and probe molecular features identified in this study will improve the recovery of genetic information extracted from degraded and ancient remains.

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