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ASLO Aquatic Sciences meeting – Honolulu, HI

Aloha! Last week I gave a talk on re-assembling de novo transcriptomes for the MMETSP at the Association for the Sciences of Limnology & Oceanography (ASLO) Aquatic Sciences meeting in Honolulu, HI held at the Hawaii Convention Center from February 27 to March … Continue reading

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MMETSP re-assemblies

*** Update (9/27/2016): 719 assemblies now available at the links below. All FINISHED!!! *** Update (9/22/2016): 715 assemblies now available at the links below. I have *almost* finished re-assembling de novo transcriptomes from the Marine Microbial Eukaryotic Transcriptome Sequencing Project (Keeling … Continue reading

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Computing Workflows for Biologists – Dr. Tracy Teal

I’m so excited to be visiting the Microbial Diversity Course at the Marine Biological Lab in Woods Hole, Massachusetts right now. Really enjoying talking to students and faculty working on projects related to microbial communities, aspects of microbial metabolism, microbial genomics, transcriptomics. … Continue reading

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Marine Microbes! What to do with all the data?

UPDATE: Check out Titus’ blog post, Bashing on monstrous sequencing collections. Since Sept 2015, I’ve been a PhD student in C. Titus Brown’s lab at UC Davis working with data from Moore’s Marine Microbial Eukaryotic Transcriptome Sequencing Project (MMETSP). I would … Continue reading

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Fish Gill Cell Culture System, MCB263 science communication assignment

King's College develop fish gill cell culture, for toxicity testing & env monitoring #MCB263 #biotech #scicomm https://t.co/fBDkreexS1 — Lisa Cohen (@monsterbashseq) February 26, 2016 My tweet for this week’s MCB263 science communication assignment is about a new technique by researchers … Continue reading

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