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  • #76
    greetings from ca

    Hi All,
    Thanks for this great forum. Found some useful stuff already.
    I'm a 4th year grad student at Stanford. Interested in sequencing novel and/or evolved yeast genomes on Illumina...
    Best,
    jared

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    • #77
      Hi,
      I am a mathematician at the University of Minnesota, Duluth. I will soon help some biologists analyze transcriptome data for the 13-lined ground squirrel, a small mammalian hibernator, using a 454 sequencer. The ground squirrel has a 2X coverage WGS data, I'll be trying to figure out how to leverage that.
      -M. Hampton

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      • #78
        Hi all,

        I'm a research fellow at the Baker Heart institute in Melbourne using the GAIIx to study epigenetics and transcriptomics.

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        • #79
          hello i am Saurav. I am a newbie to seqanswers. i was just searching for where to start and found this page. i am basically working on applied biosystem's SOLiD platform. I am new to high throughput sequencing.

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          • #80
            Greetings from Uppsala

            Hi!

            I am a recently graduated bioinformatician and have just started working as a research engineer. I am trying to de novo assembly transcriptome Solexa sequences but am a newbie to this by all means! This seems to be a great forum though!

            Cheers,
            Linnéa

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            • #81
              Hi all,

              I am a bioinformatician and I started to work on illumina GAiix last week.
              I will have in charge : data storage, software tests, and data analysis.
              I think this forum will be helpfull !

              Cheers.

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              • #82
                Hi all,
                I am a technician in Heidelberg working on solexa single end & PE and RNA seq
                gg

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                • #83
                  Greetings from Germany

                  Hi all,

                  I am a bioinformatician from Düsseldorf, working on 454 and solexa paired-end reads.

                  Cheers

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                  • #84
                    Greeting

                    Hi Everyone,

                    I'm going to work with NGS data,so excited to find this great community.

                    Best

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                    • #85
                      Hi from Boston

                      Hello!

                      I am a physicist making a transition to Bioinformatics- I find this field exciting! Currently working with ChIP-seq data. Looking forward to interesting discussions!

                      Cheers,

                      Lakshmi

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                      • #86
                        Hey, all

                        A bioinformaticain working on microbial genomics and comparative genomics.

                        W

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                        • #87
                          My self introduction

                          Hi All,

                          I'm Fengfeng Zhou, an assistant research scientist from the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, USA. I'm working on sequence based comparative analysis of mobile genetic elements and how they contribute to the evolution of the host genomes. You may find my details at my personal web page:



                          btw, you are welcome to submit your next manuscripts to the journal Sequencing.



                          fengfeng
                          Website: http://www.fengfengzhou.org/FengfengZhou/

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                          • #88
                            It's me

                            Hi guys,

                            I'm lab technician studying bioinformatics in Graz while working at the Institute of Human Genetics in Graz / Austria (Mozart, no Kangaroos). Two more weeks until we get a FLX System...
                            Prepare yourself for many many questions

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                            • #89
                              Hi My name is Shabhonam Caim, I work at The Genome Analysis Centre, UK. I am currently working on solexa and 454 data. I hope to get and provide help here

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                              • #90
                                Hi All,

                                I am an academic in Leicester, UK with growing interests in using HTS systems for studying high copy number repeats in mammalian genomes (OK I know that sounds crazy / masochistic).

                                We are getting ready for our first 454 experiment, but I'm interested in data analysis for all the major systems (my other hat is co-convenor of an MSc in Bioinformatics course!)

                                Great idea to gather a community!

                                Richard

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