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6th October 2009

6th October 2009
Location: Strathcona Hall, University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health
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Parking: The RINH main car park is next to Strathcona Hall
A buffet lunch will be provided between 12.30 and 13.00 – please fill in the form below.

Time and topic proposed by
12:30 Buffet lunch in Strathcona Hall
13:00 Bringing high-throughput (re-) sequencing into everyday lab work – Tales from the trenches, Bastien Chevreux (see MIRA)
13:40 Assembly reconciliation, Tony Travis
14:00 Latest developments at the GenePool - new sequencers, more data, Mark Blaxter
14:20 High-throughput analysis of protein-RNA interactions in yeast: Development of RNA_crosslinking_seq application, Sander Granneman
14:40 High-throughput analysis of protein-RNA interactions in yeast: Challenges of analyzing RNA_crosslinking_seq Solexa data Grzegorz Kudla
15:00 Annotation tools, Rustam Aminov
15:20 Coffee break
15:40 Strategies for targetted resequencing of small regions in multiple samples, Zosia Miedzybrodzka
16:00 Comparison of Velvet against CLC_novo_assemble (just the one slide, I promise!!), Derek Gatherer
16:20 Close

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