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  • #16
    Just wanted to say say hello. Ex-physicist now working in bioinformatics and spending lots of time these days looking at next-generation sequencing data. More about me and what I do at: http://www.pyrodigm.com

    pyrodigm

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    • #17
      Hi to all



      Hi the Community,

      I am new to this community and am ready to do my Illumina sequencing project. Very excited. M

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      • #18
        Hi,

        I am a PhD student sequencing the transcriptome of a parasitic nematode using 454. Later on I will be doing digital transcriptomics (gene expression) using solexa.


        Cheers,
        Emanuel

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        • #19
          Hi Folks,
          First message here. I am a postdoc in Computational Biology. My tasks in the lab involve the analysis of a large number of sequencing libraries (~100 for the moment) , both Solexa and SOLiD.
          Thanks to everybody involved in the Seqanswers effort, it's a great tool for the community.

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          • #20
            Collecting sequence centres in Europe

            Hi folks,

            Apparently some things run in parallel here. My name is Terry, I am based in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, and on behalf of a consortium called gEUvadis I am trying to get an overview of sequencing capacity in Europe. I saw the google maps-plugin, which is really nice! Could we try and update it, with contacts and everything included?

            BTW, I am a genetics Ph.D. student, working on copy number variation in psychiatric disorders.

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            • #21
              hello everyone,
              I am vani from Netherlands. I've just started working with solexa short read sequence for identification of SNPs and I will do further data analysis.....And glad to meet you all here. I hope help others and get help.

              Best wishes!

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              • #22
                Hi every body, I'm a Ph.D student from China and majoy in Bioinformatics new, I was very interested in Comparative genomics, and take Brassica species as my study model.

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                • #23
                  Differential expression

                  Hi all,

                  I am from South Africa, working on differential gene expression in abalone. We sequenced with Illumina an I am trying some of the analyses in CLC genomics at the moment. Anyone else with comments on the statisical analysis tools in CLC, please share, as well as any relevant literature.

                  Thanks,

                  Mathilde

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                  • #24
                    G'day

                    Hello All,
                    I am working in Melbourne. we have been using 454 GS20 FLX and now Titanium for WGS of bacteria and fungi, and for metagenomics. We are about to do some Illumina work.

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                    • #25
                      Hi all,
                      I work at Geospiza on their Genesifter Lab Edition (formally Finch Lab) LIMS software for both Sanger and NextGen labs, and recently I've been getting more into the analysis side of things. As a developer I don't get to go out to the labs and see how people are actually using the software, so it's nice to hear what people are doing and what problems they've run into. I look forward to talking with you all.

                      Cheers,
                      Eric Hobbs

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                      • #26
                        Introduction

                        Hello,
                        I'm a researcher working in West Lafayette, IN. We are using the Illumina/Solexa platform to perform comparative mammalian genomics. Our lab is a molecular bio lab as well as a bioinformatics lab.

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                        • #27
                          Hi,

                          I work at the Academic Medical Center in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. I work for the Bioinformatics group and started working with nextgen sequencing end 2007 (454). I work together with the central sequencing facility and different labs of the AMC. The sequencing facility has a Roche and a Solid machine. The first Solid data will come soon. A wide range of experiments have run on the Roche machine. SNP analysis, meta genomics, variant detection+expression and whole genome sequencing for instance. I work together with researchers from several labs to address the questions that can not be solved with current software packages. Happy to meet you here.

                          Cheers,
                          Barbera

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                          • #28
                            Hello! I'm specifically interested in cancer genomics (I work at a oncology drug developer) -- & sometimes ponder next-gen topics on my blog, Omics! Omics! since I find pretty much all of it fascinating.

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                            • #29
                              Based near Boston I lead an interdisciplinary team of computational biologists, computer scientists and web developers creating a scalable platform for managing and mining sequence data.

                              I am a trained computer scientist and have spent 25 years in commercial software businesses, the last 10 years dedicated to the life science domain.

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                              • #30
                                Howdy from Texas A&M University!

                                My name is Alan and I am a faculty member/biologist. We have a couple GAIIs and working on a 454. I have learned a great deal already from this forum!

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