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Fig. 1. (A) Double-strand genomic DNA (blue) is extracted from a Korean individual genome (KPGP9). Red boxes indicate the regions where the probe binds to the 3′ UTR of L1Hs elements. (B) Genomic DNA is fragmented by aquatic ultrasonic wave of the Covaris S2 system. Sheared DNAs have an average size of 550 bp, which is suitable for HiSeq sequencing. (C) The Illumina’s adaptor (green) is ligated at both ends of the fragmented DNAs. (D) The adaptor-ligated DNAs is hybridized with the L1Hs-targeted probe (red and orange). Only the presence of the L1Hs 3′ UTR allows the sequence-specific binding of the probe. (E) Targeted DNA fragments are selectively elongated from the probe-binding strands. (F) Because the probe sequence attached to the L1Hs 3′ UTR and the Illumina’s adaptor sequences at both ends are known, targeted DNAs are enriched by PCR with the primer set. After library construction, the final product is confirmed using the Agilent Bioanalyzer High Sensitivity chip assay.
Mol. Cells 2019;42:87~95
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