26 May, 2013
high throughput sequencing of non-model organisms
Time: June 11-18, 2013
At: Faculty of Biosciences and Aquaculture, University of Nordland
High throughput sequencing technologies are being applied to a wide range of important topics in biology. However, the analyses of non-model organisms, for which little previous sequence information is available, pose specific problems. This course will address the specific strengths and weaknesses of alternative HTS technologies, the computational resources needed for HTS, and how to analyze non-model species using HTS. The course consists of a practical training module on the Ion Torrent PGM, HTS bioinformatics training, and lecturing/seminars of HTS approaches specifically targeting non-model organisms.
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The registration deadline is May 29.
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Ms. Gøril Frømyr Borgen
Faculty of Biosciences and Aquaculture