Technological innovations in DNA sequencing during past decade facilitate detailed insight in wide spectrum of whole genome processes. These novel sequencing technologies are plainfully used in biomedical research. Nevertheless, they seems to be very efficient tool for the research of various questions associated with biology of non-model organisms as well. This course is intended for scientist and students that would like to use these genetic methods in research of free-living nomodel organisms. The aim of this course is to provide overview of current second generation sequencing technologies, including their advantages and drawbacks and details concerning quality and quantity of data produced by individual platforms. We will also discuss research tasks might be effectively solved using second generation sequencing technologies.
|Citation:||Kreisinger, J.; Cizkova, D. (2014). Utilisation of second generation sequencing technologies for the research of nonmodel organisms (in Czech language). In: Meeting at Institute of Vertebrate Biology, Czech Academy of Sciences, Studenec, Czech Republic, 25th April 2014. handle: http://hdl.handle.net/10449/23513|
|Organization unit:||Biodiversity and Molecular Ecology Department # CRI_2011-JAN2016|
|Authors:||Kreisinger, J.; Cizkova, D.|
|Title:||Utilisation of second generation sequencing technologies for the research of nonmodel organisms (in Czech language)|
|Appears in Collections:||03 - Conference object|