Sequencing primers are defined as strand of short nucleic acid sequences that leads as a starting point for DNA synthesis. It is required for DNA polymerization and DNA replication. The polymerase starts at 31 - end of primer and copies the opposite strands. The primer sequence must be unique to the region you wish to sequence and it must be in the correct orientation. It must not contain undesirable self-hybridization. Generally, primers that can form four or more consecutive bonds with themselves are called self-hybridized primers.
Related Journals for Sequencing primers
Journal of Next Generation Sequencing & Applications, Advancements in Genetic Engineering, Journal of Computer Science & Systems Biology, Journal of Proteomics & Bioinformatics, Transcriptomics: Open Access, Primer design for large scale sequencing, PCR direct sequencing, Sequence Extractor Bioinformatics, Addgene sequencing primers.