Seminars & Workshops Archive

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June 30, 2017 Sem. G. Papoutsoglou, BIO

SEMINAR

 

Dr. Georg Papoutsoglou

BioNano Genomics, San Diego, USA

 

Illuminating the “Dark Matter”: De Novo Genome Assembly and Mapping of the Structural Variation of the Genome

 

Friday, 30th June 2017

11:00

Biophore Building, Room 2917.2

Hosts: Dr. Keith Harshman (GTF) and Dr. Daniel Jeffries (DEE)

 

Presentation Abstract

The majority of complex genomes is made up of repetitive and regulatory elements, yet our current analysis of the genome focuses largely on single nucleotide changes and exome sequencing. The “Dark Matter” that controls most of our genome is largely ignored, because short read sequencing is unable to map these highly repetitive sequences. BioNano optical maps use nanochannel technology that can linearize and image megabase size single DNA molecules. This extremely long read data can elucidate genome-wide complex structural variation, like balanced/unbalanced translocations, inversions, and large indels. Our de novo maps can identify Copy Number Variations, resolve complex repetitive regions, and scaffold NGS contigs to create better than reference assemblies.

 

All the interested people are cordially invited.

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June 26, 2017 CIG Sem. M. Murthy

CIG Seminars Spring 2017

Monday 12:15, Génopode, auditorium B, followed by sandwiches

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Monday June 26, 2017
Mala Murthy, Princeton University, USA
«Neural mechanisms for dynamic acoustic communication in flies»
Host: Richard Benton

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June 20, 2017 Sem. O. Lucas, GEN B

SEMINAR

Dr. Olivier Lucas

Strategic Account Manager, France & Western Europe; Oxford Nanopore Technologies Ltd.

“Too good to be true? DNA sequencing by Oxford Nanopore. Now.”

Tuesday, 20th June 2017

13:30

Génopode Building, Auditorium B

Host: Dr Keith Harshman

All the interested people are cordially invited.

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June 19, 2017 CIG Sem. S. Liberles

CIG Seminars Spring 2017

Monday 12:15, Génopode, auditorium B, followed by sandwiches

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Monday June 19, 2017
Stephen Liberles, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
«Internal and external sensory systems»
Hosts: PhD students & Postdocs

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May 29, 2017 CIG Sem. M. Kann

CIG Seminars Spring 2017

Monday 12:15, Génopode, auditorium B, followed by sandwiches

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Monday May 29, 2017
Maricel Kann, University of Maryland, USA
«A protein-domain approach for the analysis of disease mutations»
Host: Ioannis Xenarios

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Dr. David Favero will give a seminar Friday May 19, 2017 – Génopode, room 4026, 12:15 pm

SEMINAR

 

Dr. David Favero
RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science

Japan 

 

 

 

“AT-HOOK MOTIF NUCLEAR LOCALIZED (AHL) Transcription Factors Repress Hypocotyl and Petiole Growth”

 

Friday May 19th 2017
At 12h15

Génopode Building
Room 4026

 

 

All the interested people are cordially invited.

Host : Prof. Christian Fankhauser