Category Archives: sequencing

Experimental preparation of #RNAseq samples

This winter, the Master students preformed the experimental part of our RNA-seq. This blog is a bit late, so they have in the meantime started the bioinformatics analysis, which will be reported in a future blogpost (hopefully less late than … Continue reading

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A new adventure: PacBio sequencing and RNA-seq in the classroom

This class has been running since 2010-11, on the following principle: autumn semester: isolate bacterial DNA, sequence using Illumina, assemble; spring semester: close assembly gaps, annotate genome. As anyone following genomics knows, the times they are a’changing again and again, … Continue reading

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Our students have the reads from three bacterial genomes

Starting a new year of Sequence a genome! We have selected 3 bacterial strains isolated from contaminated ground water, all from the same species. The students have grown the bacteria, isolated the DNA, and brought it to our sequencing facility. … Continue reading

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