Authors:
C Igartua, EH Turner, SB Ng, E Hodges, GJ Hannon, A Bhattacharjee, MJ Rieder, DA Nickerson, J Shendure
Journal name: 
Curr Protoc Hum Genet
Citation info: 
Chapter 18:Unit-18.3
Abstract: 
While whole-genome resequencing remains expensive, genomic partitioning provides an affordable means of targeting sequence efforts towards regions of high interest. There are several competitive methods for targeted capture; these include molecular inversion probes, microdroplet-segregated multiplex PCR, and on-array or in-solution capture-by-hybridization. Enrichment of the human exome by array hybridization has been successfully applied to pinpoint the causative allele of Mendelian disorders. This protocol focuses on the application of Agilent 1 M arrays for capture-by-hybridization and sequencing on the Illumina platform, although the library preparation method may be adaptable to other vendors' array platforms and sequencing technologies.
DOI: 
http://doi.org/10.1002/0471142905.hg1803s66
Research group: 
Hannon Group
E-pub date: 
31 Jul 2010