Supplementary Materials

In situ genome sequencing resolves DNA sequence and structure in intact biological samples

Andrew C. Payne, Zachary D. Chiang, Paul L. Reginato, Sarah M. Mangiameli, Evan M. Murray, Chun-Chen Yao, Styliani Markoulaki, Andrew S. Earl, Ajay S. Labade, Rudolf Jaenisch, George M. Church, Edward S. Boyden, Jason D. Buenrostro, Fei Chen

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  • Materials and Methods
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  • Figs. S1 to S27
  • Captions for Tables S1 to S4
  • Tables S5 to S7
  • Captions for Movies S1 to S5
  • References
Table S1
In situ sequencing dataset and annotations for PGP1f.
Table S2
In situ sequencing dataset and annotations for mouse early embryos.
Table S3
Description of data types in Tables S1 and S2.
Table S4
Oligonucleotides used in this study.
Movie S1
Sequential rounds of in situ sequencing in PGP1f cell 85.
Movie S2
Visualization of spatially-localized reads in PGP1f cell 85.
Movie S3
Visualization of chromosome territories in PGP1f cell 85.
Movie S4
Visualization of spatially-localized reads in Embryo 21.
Movie S5
Visualization of chromosome territories in Embryo 21.
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