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Old 12-04-2009, 06:35 PM   #1
MichelleMD
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Default ABRF2010-Next Gen Sequencing Analysis:Platform Independent Analysis You Can Use

ABRF 2010: “Translating Basic Research with Advances in Biomolecular Technology”. This year’s annual meeting of the Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities (ABRF) will offer an exciting mix of cutting-edge science, novel technological developments, practical information on biomolecular analysis and facility operation, along with ample opportunities for networking with industry colleagues.

http://www.abrf2010.org/


The Next-Gen Analysis Educational Workshop link:

http://www.abrf2010.org/workshops

The morning session will assist participants with PERL code used to automate many of the data management steps from aligning data to formatting the data as input to genome browsers. The session will include practical exercises utilizing actual experimental data with sufficient tutors and time to insure attendee’s adequate instruction. The afternoon session will include presentations on freely available analysis tools available from UCSC (http://genome.ucsc.edu/) and GMOD (http://gmod.org/wiki/GMOD). There will be practical exercises including analysis of the files created in the morning session.

The tools which will be provided in these workshops are necessary for anyone interested in working with next generation sequencing data addressing a molecular biology research question. This is relevant to both core facility personnel who want to provide added value to their research community and to researchers (students and principal investigators) who need to be competent with available genomic computational tools for their research.
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