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Table 1 Publications containing applications of second generation sequencing in rubber tree transcriptome analysis

From: RNA sequencing read depth requirement for optimal transcriptome coverage in Hevea brasiliensis

No. Publication Year Sequencing method Transcriptome type (length and number of reads)
1 Xia et al. [55] 2011 PE-RNA-Seq (Illumina) Latex and leaf combined; clone RY7-33-97 (12 mil. reads or 1 Gb approx.)
2 Pootakham et al. [56] 2011 454 pyrosequencing (Roche) Information not available
3 Triwitayakorn et al. [57] 2011 454 pyrosequencing (Roche) Shoot apical meristem; clone RRIM 600 (2 mil. reads or 676.5 Mb approx.)
4 Chow et al. [29] 2012 RNA-Seq (Illumina) Latex; clone RRIM 600 (10 mil. reads or 350 Mb approx.)
5 Li et al. [58] 2012 PE-RNA-Seq (Illumina) Bark; clone RY7-33-97 (30 mil. reads or 3 Gb approx.)
6 Duan et al. [59] 2013 454 pyrosequencing (Roche) Leaf, bark, latex, root, embryogenic tissues; clone PB 260(0.5 mil. reads or 200 Mb approx. per tissue)
7 Rahman et al. [60] 2013 PE-RNAseq (Illumina); Leaf; clone RRIM 600 (4.89 Gb);
454 pyrosequencing (Roche) Leaf; clone RRIM 600 (1,085 Mb)
  1. Sequencing depth, tissue types and the tree clones in each project are indicated.