Low-coverage genome

Refers to the number of overlapping sequences used to build the genomic assembly. High coverage, such as human and mouse genomes, indicates a good amount of sequence information. This is also referred to as deep-coverage. Low coverage, such as the lesser-known mammals, reflects a low amount of sequence information. 2X genomes are low coverage.

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