Figure 4.

SB transposon mapping and Orientation.A) The SB transposon is asymmetric and can map in either + or – orientation within specific TA sites. B) Genomic region after insertion of SB transposon in either + orientation (red) capable of driving transcription of genes encoded on the positive strand or in – orientation (blue) capable of driving genes encoded on the – strand. In either direction a splice site acceptor is available, leading to transcript disruption. PCR products derived from SB junction fragments are capable of determining which orientation the transposon has integrated. The sets of primers i-iv indicate how the PCR products are obtained. Each of the transposon side primers contains a library specific barcode to allow multiplexing during the sequencing process.

Sarver et al. BMC Bioinformatics 2012 13:154   doi:10.1186/1471-2105-13-154
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