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1st December 2009

Tuesday, 1st December 2009
Location: e-Science Institute, 15 South College Street, Edinburgh
Directions and transport options: see here
A buffet lunch will be provided between 13:00 and 14.00 – please fill in the form below.
Those attending this meeting may also wish to attend the Next Generation Sequence Assembly Workshoptwo- and-half day workshop being held around it.

PLEASE REGISTER FOR THIS NGBUG MEETING using the NeSC websiteso that NeSC can arrange access and food.

The agenda for this special meeting will include invited Talks from Assembly Workshop trainers/tutors including
Curtain: large genomes from short reads, by Paul Kersey (EBI)
Genome sequencing and de novo assembly with ABI SOLiD technology, by Rick Dickson (ABI)

Please also volunteer to give the usual 15 - 20 minute presentations…
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Progress in Assembling the 430 Mbase genome of the Earthworm Lumbricus rubellus, by Ben Elseworth, The GenePool, Edinburgh
Assembling the 90 Mbase genome of the parasitic nematode Litomosoides sigmodontis using illumina Solexa data, by Sujai Kumar and Graham Thomas (Edinburgh, GenePool)

For NextGenBUG meeting December 01, 2009 PLEASE REGISTER FOR THIS NGBUG MEETING using the NeSC website at so that NeSC can arrange access and food.

NextGenBUG is co-ordinated and sponsored by Edinburgh Genomics, The University of Edinburgh's next generation genomics facility.