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    My PI has just given me my first project of creating genetic pipelines for the HIV virus (our lab's main research is for potential cure and suppression of the virus) but I'm not quiet sure where to start. Can anyone put me in the right direction? Any and all information is welcomed

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    Don't you think, this question is too vague??

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    • #3
      Hi,
      Roche 454 has been supporting a lot of HIV analysis with a PI at Yale:
      see
      http://www.selectscience.cn/%E6%96%B...s/?artID=17256

      You may want to contact staff at either place for more info.

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      • #4
        Thanks Joann.

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