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  • Hello from Marco

    I am a graduate student in the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
    Marco

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    Hi, I am a graduate student in the University of Hong Kong.

    Are you still working in NGS?

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    • #3
      Nice to meet you Y Y Leung.

      Yes. You can contact me for more.
      Marco

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      • #4
        Hi Marco,

        What specific area of NGS are you working in? and also may i ask what dept you are from?

        I am in the engineering side.

        Regards,
        Y.Y.

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        • #5
          Dear Y Y Leung,

          Biochemistry. I am doing research on human genome using Solexa. I suppose you are working on algorithm in read mapping? or similar things?
          Marco

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          • #6
            Dear Marco,

            I am working on data analysis mainly. I am just a new starter. But I guess I would be working on RNA-seq and targetted sequencing these two areas.

            I think I would be playing with algorithms. What software are you using?

            Fanny

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