Monthly Archives: November 2014

Starting annotation of the P. veronii genome #biocuration

After completing genome assembly (see previous blog post), our students have now started 4 sessions of annotation. They have chosen among 15 proposed topics, of interest either for all bacterial genomes, or specifically to this isolate from a solvent-contaminated soil. … Continue reading

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Finishing PacBio assembly, and a presentation by our local PacBio representative

In this first session of the course “Sequence a genome” since we sent DNA to the sequencing facility, we have had the visit of Gerrit Kuhn, who supports PacBio in our area, and who gave a nice presentation of how … Continue reading

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