Hi all, there are still a few seats for the course "ANALYSIS OF PROKARYOTIC PANGENOMES".
Dates: online, April 12-14
In this course, you will be introduced to the study of pangenomes and their implications in biological research. You will also be given the chance to put theory into practice. By the end of the first day, you will have analysed a set of bacterial genomes to illustrate their pangenome. On day 2, you will assess the extent to which sets of genes evolve together in pangenomes and make inferences about the implications of this in a range of biological fields. Finally, in day 3, you will have the chance to design your own bespoke analysis, putting the theoretical and practical knowledge gained in the first two days into practice with the aid of the course leads.
Instructors: Prof. James McInerney and Dr Alan Beavan (University of Nottingham)
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