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A collaborative translational research framework for evaluating and implementing the appropriate use of human genome sequencing to improve health.

In a Policy Forum, Muin Khoury and colleagues discuss research on the clinical application of genome sequencing data.


Next-generation sequencing and prenatal 'omics: advanced diagnostics and new insights into human development.

Prenatal genetics has evolved over the last decade to include application of new 'omics technologies to improve perinatal care. The clinical utility of these technologies when applied to direct fetal specimens from amniocentesis or chorionic villus sampling is being explored. In this review, we provide an overview of use of prenatal exome sequencing and role in evaluation of the structurally abnormal fetus, potential applications of genome sequencing, and finally, use of transcriptomics to assess placental ...

Sequencing of Treponema pallidum subsp. pallidum from isolate UZ1974 using Anti-Treponemal Antibodies Enrichment: First complete whole genome sequence obtained directly from human clinical material.

Treponema pallidum subsp. pallidum (TPA) is the infectious agent of syphilis, a disease that infects more than 5 million people annually. Since TPA is an uncultivable bacterium, most of the information on TPA genetics comes from genome sequencing and molecular typing studies. This study presents the first complete TPA genome (without sequencing gaps) of clinical isolate (UZ1974), which was obtained directly from clinical material, without multiplication in rabbits. Whole genome sequencing was performed usin...


Whole genome sequencing of a CTX-M-11-encoding and quinolone non-susceptible Klebsiella pneumoniae ST194 isolated from a hospitalized dog in Greece.

The emergence and spread of transferable beta-lactamases among the Enterobacteriaceae is a major problem to both human and veterinary medicine and an important contributing factor to the development of multi-drug-resistant bacterial strains. In the present study, we performed the whole genome sequencing of a Klebsiella pneumoniae resistant to first and second generation cephalosporins and non-susceptible to fluoroquinolones, isolated from a urine sample of a hospitalized dog.

Whole Genome Sequencing in Severe Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.

Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) have identified common variants associated with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Whole-genome sequencing (WGS) offers comprehensive coverage of the entire genome compared with genotyping arrays or exome sequencing.

Correction: A collaborative translational research framework for evaluating and implementing the appropriate use of human genome sequencing to improve health.

[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1002631.].

Whole-Genome Bisulfite Sequencing for the Methylation Analysis of Insect Genomes.

DNA methylation is a conserved epigenetic modification of animal genomes, but genome methylation patterns appear surprisingly diverse in insects. Whole-genome bisulfite sequencing (WGBS) represents a sensitive and robust method for the characterization of genome-wide methylation patterns at single-base resolution. Here, we describe a step-by-step protocol for the generation and analysis of WGBS datasets using standard Illumina sequencing platforms. In comparison to whole-genome sequencing, WGBS has addition...

Development of the Knowledge of Genome Sequencing (KOGS) questionnaire.

Whole-genome sequencing is being implemented in research and clinical care, yet tools to assess patients' knowledge are lacking. Our aim was to develop a robust measure of whole-genome sequencing knowledge suitable for patients and other stakeholders including research participants, public, students, and healthcare professionals.

Complete genome sequencing of Comamonas kerstersii 8943, a causative agent for peritonitis.

Because of poor differentiation among the members of genus Comamonas using phenotypic methods, human infections caused by C. kerstersii are sporadically reported in the literature. Here, we represent the first complete genome sequence of C. kerstersii 8943, which caused peritonitis in a patient with continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD). The complete genome with no gaps was obtained using third-generation Pacific Biosciences (PacBio) RSII sequencing system with single-molecule real-time (SMRT) an...

Purification of oocysts obtained from human stool specimens for whole genome sequencing.

is a food-borne intestinal human parasite that causes outbreaks of diarrhea. There is a need for efficient laboratory methods for strain-level characterization to assist in outbreak investigations. By using next generation sequencing, genomic sequences can be obtained and compared to identify potential genotyping markers. However, there is no method available to propagate this parasite in the laboratory. Therefore, genomic DNA must be extracted from oocysts purified from human stool. The objective of this s...

Analysis of FOXO3 Gene Polymorphisms Associated with Human Longevity.

Next-generation DNA sequencing has ushered in a new era of genotype-phenotype comparisons that have the potential to elucidate the genetic nature of complex traits. Since such methods rely on short sequence reads and since the human genome is composed largely of repetitive DNA elements larger than these read lengths many results cannot be mapped and are discarded, thus eliminating a large portion of the genome from analysis. Discerning associations in complex traits, such as longevity, will require either l...

Long-read whole genome sequencing and comparative analysis of six strains of the human pathogen Orientia tsutsugamushi.

Orientia tsutsugamushi is a clinically important but neglected obligate intracellular bacterial pathogen of the Rickettsiaceae family that causes the potentially life-threatening human disease scrub typhus. In contrast to the genome reduction seen in many obligate intracellular bacteria, early genetic studies of Orientia have revealed one of the most repetitive bacterial genomes sequenced to date. The dramatic expansion of mobile elements has hampered efforts to generate complete genome sequences using shor...

Clinical-grade validation of whole genome sequencing reveals robust detection of low-frequency variants and copy number alterations in CLL.

The 100 000 Genome Project aims to develop a diagnostics platform by introducing whole genome sequencing (WGS) into clinical practice. Samples from patients with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia were subjected to WGS. WGS detection of single nucleotide variants and insertion/deletions were validated by targeted next generation sequencing showing high concordance (96·3%), also for detection of sub-clonal variants and low-frequency TP53 variants. Copy number alteration detection was verified by fluorescent in...

Stem Cells, Genome Editing, and the Path to Translational Medicine.

The derivation of human embryonic stem cells (hESCs) and the stunning discovery that somatic cells can be reprogrammed into human induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSCs) holds the promise to revolutionize biomedical research and regenerative medicine. In this Review, we focus on disorders of the central nervous system and explore how advances in human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs) coincide with evolutions in genome engineering and genomic technologies to provide realistic opportunities to tackle some of th...

Whole genome sequencing and mutation rate analysis of trios with paternal dioxin exposure.

2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) or dioxin, is commonly considered the most toxic man-made substance. Dioxin exposure impacts human health and diseases, birth defects and teratogenesis were frequently observed in children of persons who have been exposed to dioxin. However, the impact of dioxin on human mutation rate in trios has not yet been elucidated in the whole genome level. To identify and characterize the genetic alterations in the individuals exposed to dioxin, we perfomed whole genome seq...

Umap and Bismap: quantifying genome and methylome mappability.

Short-read sequencing enables assessment of genetic and biochemical traits of individual genomic regions, such as the location of genetic variation, protein binding and chemical modifications. Every region in a genome assembly has a property called 'mappability', which measures the extent to which it can be uniquely mapped by sequence reads. In regions of lower mappability, estimates of genomic and epigenomic characteristics from sequencing assays are less reliable. These regions have increased susceptibili...

The Clinical Sequencing Evidence-Generating Research Consortium: Integrating Genomic Sequencing in Diverse and Medically Underserved Populations.

The Clinical Sequencing Evidence-Generating Research (CSER) consortium, now in its second funding cycle, is investigating the effectiveness of integrating genomic (exome or genome) sequencing into the clinical care of diverse and medically underserved individuals in a variety of healthcare settings and disease states. The consortium comprises a coordinating center, six funded extramural clinical projects, and an ongoing National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) intramural project. Collectively, these...

Tigmint: correcting assembly errors using linked reads from large molecules.

Genome sequencing yields the sequence of many short snippets of DNA (reads) from a genome. Genome assembly attempts to reconstruct the original genome from which these reads were derived. This task is difficult due to gaps and errors in the sequencing data, repetitive sequence in the underlying genome, and heterozygosity. As a result, assembly errors are common. In the absence of a reference genome, these misassemblies may be identified by comparing the sequencing data to the assembly and looking for discre...

A decade of genome sequencing has revolutionized studies of experimental evolution.

Genome sequencing has revolutionized studies using experimental evolution of microbes because it readily provides comprehensive insight into the genetic bases of adaptation. In this perspective we discuss applications of sequencing-based technologies used to study evolution in microbes, including genomic sequencing of isolated evolved clones and mixed evolved populations, and also the use of sequencing methods to follow the fate of introduced variations, whether neutral barcodes or variants introduced by ge...

Genome Size Estimation and Quantitative Cytogenetics in Insects.

With care, it is possible using flow cytometry to create a precise and accurate estimate of the genome size of an insect that is useful for genomics, genetics, molecular/cell biology, or systematics. Genome size estimation is a useful first step in a complete genome sequencing project. The number of sequencing reads required to produce a given level of coverage depends directly upon the 1C amount of DNA per cell, while an even more critical need is an accurate 1C genome size estimate to compare against the ...

Genome-first findings require precision phenotyping.

Scientists on the Spot: Sequencing the human genome to influence patient healthcare.

Single-nucleotide-resolution sequencing of human N6-methyldeoxyadenosine reveals strand-asymmetric clusters associated with SSBP1 on the mitochondrial genome.

N6-methyldeoxyadenosine (6mA) is a well-characterized DNA modification in prokaryotes but reports on its presence and function in mammals have been controversial. To address this issue, we established the capacity of 6mA-Crosslinking-Exonuclease-sequencing (6mACE-seq) to detect genome-wide 6mA at single-nucleotide-resolution, demonstrating this by accurately mapping 6mA in synthesized DNA and bacterial genomes. Using 6mACE-seq, we generated a human-genome-wide 6mA map that accurately reproduced known 6mA en...

Draft Genome Sequencing of Extended Spectrum β-Lactamase Enterobacter aerogenes Isolates from Swine and Human.

The draft genome sequences of two Enterobacter aerogenes HN503E2II and PN108E5IIB isolated from two Cameroonian abattoirs, are reported here.

Analytical "bake-off" of whole genome sequencing quality for the Genome Russia project using a small cohort for autoimmune hepatitis.

A comparative analysis of whole genome sequencing (WGS) and genotype calling was initiated for ten human genome samples sequenced by St. Petersburg State University Peterhof Sequencing Center and by three commercial sequencing centers outside of Russia. The sequence quality, efficiency of DNA variant and genotype calling were compared with each other and with DNA microarrays for each of ten study subjects. We assessed calling of SNPs, indels, copy number variation, and the speed of WGS throughput promised. ...


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