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  • wassup to all!

    happy new year gang!...to paraphrase the incomparable john lennon "lets hope it's a good one!"

    I'm working in amsterdam as systems biologist in immunology and infection...i'll be trying to introduce the next gen seq techs especially the RNA seq (i believe the roche454 will be used; however i need to double check)...i'd first like to construct a library of pathogen (like strepto, staphylo, etc.) genome sequences for future reference...can anybody point me to the right direction? thanx in advance!

    cheers and success to all!

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    • Hi,

      I'm a programmer working on whole chromosome visualizations across species. I'm here because I need some help understanding some of the surprises (for me, anyway) that I keep finding in the data.
      Regards,

      JJ

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      • Hello

        Hi,
        I am a recent ms statistics grad. I am now a programmer working on RNA-seq at the ICNN at UCLA. I have found SEQanswers very useful. Thanks!

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        • Hi from Mathew

          Hi I am from Australia and getting into sequencing. Excited to be here it is very well organized forum
          BEst

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          • Hi

            Hi everybody,

            My name is Sayka Barry I am working at QMUL in London and planning to use next generation sequencing.

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            • Hi everybody.

              I'm a student of the undergraduate program of genomic sciences in México. I'm starting working in the novo assembly and analisis of solexa reads data.

              Greetings!
              Fernando

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              • Hello!!

                Hello!

                I am a student in San Francisco currently trying to align Illumina reads to transposable element reference sequences. Nice to meet you all!

                Jay

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                • Hi,
                  My name is Avidya.I used to work on sample preparation of DNA sequencing for Illumina GA2 or HiSeq,and now I am interesting in the next-gen seq data analysis.Hope to help each other.
                  Avidya

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                  • Hello,
                    My name is Sérgio, I am currently doing a PostDoc at Embrapa in Brazil, working with Illumina and 454.
                    Cheers

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                    • Greetings!

                      I am a postdoc working in germany and have just approached the next-gen sequencing technologies. I am performing ChIP-Seq studies by Illumina-Solexa.

                      I am glad this forum is up.

                      Cheers.

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                      • Hi, everyone,
                        I am a graduate student from Fudan University in China. One of my teachers recommended the Seqanswers forum. I found it every helpful for my starting to learn next generation sequence analysis.

                        Best!

                        Margaret

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                        • wellcome,Margaret

                          Originally posted by margarettbry View Post
                          Hi, everyone,
                          I am a graduate student from Fudan University in China. One of my teachers recommended the Seqanswers forum. I found it every helpful for my starting to learn next generation sequence analysis.

                          Best!

                          Margaret

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                          • Hello everyone,

                            I'm Khai from Malaysia. I'm doing research on WGS on colorectal cancer. I need help from you guys, how can i get the list of cancer genome that has been sequenced. I have a few papers but just wonder i might miss others. So if you know the full list of sequenced cancer genome, it would be appreciated to share it with me..

                            Thanks in advance

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                            • Hello there,

                              Glad to be part of the community.

                              I am currently runing GNS core service in our SIgN (Singapore Immunology Networking - don't be misled, it is not a virtual organization, it is a immunology research institute with the size of 160 people) within Biomedical Science Institute, A*STAR, Singapore. I am helping the sicentists in immunology field to answer their biological questions using NGS technology. The facility is relatively new, it has only been up runing actively for less than a year.

                              Before relocating to Singapore, I was working for Illumina NGS product developing on sample prep kits (mRNA-seq, small RNA-seq......). Would be glad to help if someone out there have problem making libraries :-) as feeding the sequencer a good quality of library is essential.

                              Hope to learn more from your experience.

                              Best regards,

                              Wen

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                              • Hi,

                                I am a biotechnologist who now works as bioinformatician/researcher. I am Polish, but I live in Wageningen, Netherlands.

                                Greetings to everyone,
                                A.S.C.

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