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  • Hi,

    My name is Jason. I'm a Aquarius who likes long walks in the park....Oh wait, wrong forum. I'm grizzled biotech, molecular biology veteran currently working in the 3rd gen sequencing campaign. Heard about this site from a co-worker and thought I'd check it out.

    Peace out...

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    • Originally posted by HotWatsonOnCrickAction View Post
      Some stuff
      Best username of all time. Keeping with the "full disclosure" thing...Jason and I work closely together. Almost *too* closely.

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      • Hi all,

        I'm Botond Sipos. I'm interested in NGS data analysis methods (favourite platform: Illumina).

        Cheers,
        Botond

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        • Hello all,
          I am shailesh.
          My introduction is like.
          --
          SHAILESH KUMAR
          Junior Research Fellow-PhD
          Dr. G.P.S. Raghava's group
          Bioinformatics Centre
          Institute of Microbial Technology(IMTECH)
          Chandigarh - 160036 (INDIA)
          Phone- +919501214248
          email- [email protected]
          [email protected]

          I am interested in genome assembly and annotation from Next Generation Sequencing data.
          Our site is www.imtech.res.in/raghava/crag

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          • Hi All,

            My name is luke and i have just started my PhD at Auckland University. I am am new to NGS and using 454 to sequence the transcriptome of alpine stick insects.

            Cheers

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            • Hi SEQanswers

              Hi all.
              I am a Biostats/Statistical Genetics grad student, just starting to work with NGS data.

              Thanks for having me!

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              • Hi,
                I am new in this field. My name is tiffany. Our lab focuses on SOLiD sequencing and data analysis. As I am involved in the library construction most of the time, so I am not much familiar with data analysis. And now as the data is out I am confronted with many problems. So let's help each other and achieve common progress!

                PS: I am a bioinfomatics postgraduate, working on miRNA evolution.

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                • Hello Folks,

                  My name is Hoa, at Philadelphia.
                  I'm a novice in this sequencing stuff. I'm working on both Illumina and SOLiD sequencing, looking for novel RNAs. I'm gonna trying the SOLiD SAGE with Barconding System for multiple transcriptomes sequencing.

                  Let's build a funny and intriguing community on this subject.

                  - Hoa

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                  • Hey everybody,

                    Name is A. Shah. I am a student at University of California San Diego doing an undergraduate degree in Bioengineering: Bioinformatics and have just got more interested in next gen sequencing for classes and research.
                    Great site and thanks to all the really smart/experienced people for the help.

                    -A. Shah

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                    • Greetings from rural Nebraska. I am hapless director of sequencing facility with an aging 454 and 3730s, trying to merge data with HiSeq from another facility. Also expectant parent to a PacBio SMRT machine due in December. Experience with Newbler, MIRA, Maq, phred/phrap/consed, a few other things like Bowtie and TopHat. Doing transcriptome, metagenome, metatranscriptome, whole genome cattle swine and sheep. Subgenome targeting and exome sequencing starting up, hoping the PacBio will help with these. So far haven't even seen any real PacBio data.
                      --Tim

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                      • Hi everybody,

                        my name is Maria, I'm a PhD student and I've been working with NGS data for the last view months. Currently our Institute is interested in RNA-seq and exome sequencing.

                        Best regards

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                        • Hi Everyone,
                          I am a PhD student studying at University of California Irvine. I am in the process of preparing samples for mRNAseq using Illumina. My goal is to compare the gene expression associated with the environmentally induced color morphs for Buckeye butterflys. I would love to chat with other people working on similar experiments.
                          Emily

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                          • Hi all,
                            I'm Lucilla from an aflame italian sundown.
                            I'm working in Milano on Illumina experiments since some months, but I have yet a lot to learn….
                            A colleague of mine reveals me that this is the right place where to exchange opinions and experiences.
                            I 'm sure it will be an amazing happening.
                            Thank you all, in advance.

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                            • Hi Everyone,
                              My name is Wei Chen and I am a PhD candidate of Beijing Institute of Genomics. My research focused on RNA-seq and Exome sequencing. I am very happy to find this website with so many expert of NGS.

                              W. Chen

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                              • Hello from Ann Arbor, MI! I'm a PhD student working on a lot of RNA-Seq and exome capture.

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