Monthly Archives: January 2016

Free RNAseq workshop, January 20th 2016

The Bioinformatics core is hosting a free two hour RNA-seq hour work shop on Januray 20th. Please see:  http://bioinformatics.ucdavis.edu/rnaseq-workshopjan2016/

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December News Letter

Dear DNA Technologies Core Users, We are happy to announce that we are now offering 10X Genomics Linked-Read sequencing services using the GemCode technology. This exiting technology is currently applied for haplotype phasing and the delineation of structural rearrangements. However

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