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Introduction to the Analysis of Deep Sequencing Data using CLC bio’s Genomics Workbench and Genomics Server

An Introduction to the Analysis of Deep Sequencing Data using CLC bio’s Genomics Workbench and Genomics Server

  • Presented by Rob Mervis, Field Applications Scientist at CLC bio
  • March 20th at 10am in Holden Auditorium

This will be an interactive demonstration and discussion of the various applications and work-flows that can be performed on deep sequencing data generated by the latest instruments from Illumina, Life Technologies / Ion Torrent, Roche/454 and others. Applications and topics for discussion include the following:

  • Mapping to reference sequence(s)
  • De novo assembly
  • Transcriptome assembly
  • Gene expression analysis by RNA Sequencing, including upstream Gene and Transcript Discovery
  • Exome sequencing by target enrichment and subsequent variant detection
  • Variant Filtering, Annotation and Comparisons using the CLC Track-based genome Browser
  • ChIP Seq
  • Small RNA analysis
  • Workflow Automation – A graphical interface for building, testing and distributing analysis pipelines.

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