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Table 3 Datasets used to compare DNBseq™ and HiSeq platforms

From: Impact of sequencing depth and technology on de novo RNA-Seq assembly

SRA Run ID Lab Platform # of Spots # of Bases Date Published End Length
ERR1831362 1 BGISEQ-500 48 148 821 9 629 764 200 2017-02-21 100 bp
ERR1831363 1 BGISEQ-500 29 782 959 5 956 591 800 2017-02-21 100 bp
ERR1831364 1 BGISEQ-500 54 940 056 10 988 011 200 2017-02-21 100 bp
ERR1831365 1 BGISEQ-500 36 073 210 7 214 642 000 2017-02-21 100 bp
ERR1831366 1 BGISEQ-500 43 664 065 8 732 813 000 2017-02-21 100 bp
ERR1831367 1 BGISEQ-500 55 025 946 11 005 189 200 2017-02-21 100 bp
ERR1831368 1 BGISEQ-500 53 296 161 10 659 232 200 2017-02-21 100 bp
ERR1831369 1 BGISEQ-500 65 455 754 13 091 150 800 2017-02-21 100 bp
ERR1831370 1 BGISEQ-500 29 774 053 5 954 810 600 2017-02-21 100 bp
SRR1261168 2 HiSeq 2000 134 921 154 26 984 230 800 2014-04-24 100 bp
SRR1261170 2 HiSeq 2000 72 897 482 14 579 496 400 2014-04-24 100 bp
SRR950078 3 HiSeq 2000 100 387 010 20 278 176 020 2013-08-29 101 bp
SRR950080 3 HiSeq 2000 91 781 477 18 539 858 354 2013-08-29 101 bp
SRR950084 3 HiSeq 2000 125 083 194 25 266 805 188 2013-08-28 101 bp
  1. All datasets were sourced from the NCBI and ENA Sequence Read Archives