1. Course announcement: Analyzing Next-Generation Sequencing Data

    Analyzing Next-Generation Sequencing Data

    May 31 - June 11th, 2010

    Kellogg Biological Station, Michigan State University

    CSE 891 s431 / MMG 890 s433, 2 cr

    Applications are due by midnight EST, April 9th, 2010.

    Course sponsor: Gene Expression in Disease and Development Focus Group at Michigan State University.

    Instructors: Dr. C. Titus …

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  2. Easily Accessible Web-Based Tools For Analyzing Next-Generation Sequencing Data From Agricultural Animals

    Just submitted this on Thursday:

    Next generation sequencers are beginning to impact agricultural biology. Over the next few years, next generation sequencing will produce incredibly large datasets that will address structural (e.g., SNPs, CNVs, indels, methylation, translocations) and functional (e.g., RNA expression, transcription factor binding sites) variation in …
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