Journal Club: Pictures at an Exhibition – Highlights form the Next Generation Sequencing Conference Sheffield 2015

by Petr Hošek
2. 12. 2015 at 3 pm in the Biomedical Center

Pictures at an Exhibition – Highlights form the Next Generation Sequencing Conference Sheffield 2015

  1. Interesting methods: Matt Loose, Running and Reading in Real Time: Looking at Squiggles on the Oxford Nanopore minION: DNA sequencer that is the size of a flash drive offers interesting possibilities for targeted long-read sequencing.
    https://nanoporetech.com/ 
  2. Interesting application: Eran Elhaik, Localizing the admixture signatures of Yiddish speakers to primeval villages in ancient Ashkenaz lands: DNA sequencing helps reveal the origin of the Yiddish language by genomic mapping of human population.
    http://gbe.oxfordjournals.org/content/5/1/61.full.pdf  
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NrJMYCroThw 
  3. Interesting clinical results: Colin Cooper, The natural history of development of Prostate Cancer: The multifocal nature of prostate cancer was proven and a complex pattern of metastasis development was mapped using next generation sequencing of tumour tissue.
    https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ludmil_Alexandrov/publicatio/274372902_The_evolutionary_history_of_lethal_metastatic_prostate_cancer/links/551c26870cf2fe6cbf76e6ed.pdf 

 

Dear Colleagues, Petr Hošek will present the above provided talk about latest development in the gene sequencing. Everybody is welcomed to come.
Organizers J. Kroc, L. Vistejnova and P. Klein

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