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I work for a Scottish SME, NCIMB Ltd., delivering sequencing and bioinformatics solutions to multiple industries including oil and gas, food, pharma and probiotics. Interests - genome assembly, metagenomics, microbes, synthetic biology.

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Answer: A: What Happened To Mvirdb?
... I realise that this is a very old post - but for anyone who ends up here for the same reason I did (circa April 2018). It looks like the website for MvirDB has been down for a while. It is listed as deprecated in OMICStools and there is no mention of it, or the associated group, or indeed any bioin ...
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Job: Research Fellow in Microbial Genomics - University of Aberdeen
... Posting on behalf of a collaborator: REF: SBS028R We seek a highly motivated and interactive Microbial Genomicist to take a leading role in a Natural Environment Research Council-funded project entitled “Evolution of thaumarchaeotal metabolism under contrasting oxygen conditions”. The project is f ...
genome assembly microbial genomics job written 6 months ago by Daniel Swan13k
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Job: Genomics Pipeline Software Developer - Earlham Institute, Norwich UK
... We currently have a job open in the Genomics Pipelines Group for a Software Developer. Please note this is not a bioinformatics post per se, but will work closely with bioinformaticians and others in a computational biology focused research institute. **Closing date is the 9th August** Full details ...
lims job written 8 months ago by Daniel Swan13k
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Comment: C: Bioinformatician/Statistical Geneticist at Cytox Ltd (UK)
... You'll notice that most of these are 'desirable' not 'essential' it's the formatting of my post I'm afraid. I don't think the essential criteria are at all excessive for a bioinformatics post. Most employers will consider interviewing someone who ticks 'most' of the boxes. The post is not working in ...
written 8 months ago by Daniel Swan13k
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Job: Bioinformatician/Statistical Geneticist at Cytox Ltd (UK)
... I'm not posting this on behalf of myself, but for a company I worked with on a project a couple of years ago who I'm prepared to vouch for in terms of how interesting I think the role might be for the right person! They're called Cytox and have recently been in the news with their Alzheimer's Dx w ...
bioinformatics job statistics written 8 months ago by Daniel Swan13k
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Job: Bioinformatician (maternity cover) at the Earlham Institute, Norwich UK
... ![enter image description here][1] The Platforms and Pipelines (P&P) Group at Earlham is responsible for delivering the BBSRC National Capability in Genomics (NCG), providing access to state of the art genomics technologies for research groups throughout the UK as well as delivering sequencing ...
bioinformatics ngs job genomics written 14 months ago by Daniel Swan13k
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Comment: C: Somatic Mutation Identification without Paired Normal Sample
... You don't have paired samples and there may have been sample mix ups that you can't figure out? Proceed with analysing this data with caution, regardless of the unmatched samples - you just don't know what you're dealing with and that's a dangerous place to be starting an analysis, unsure of your in ...
written 16 months ago by Daniel Swan13k
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Comment: C: How to differentiate between prokaryotic and eukaryotic transcript from RNAseq d
... Please don't append comments as answers!!! Please use 'add comment' to posts you wish to reply to. ...
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Comment: C: Why we need 100X coverage to get a high-quality assembly?
... Take a look at the 10X Chromium. If you're doing a diploid, vertebrate, then you can probably get pretty good results with this plus some standard Illumina libraries. I think PacBio, unless you've got the budget and a Sequel, is going to be prohibitively expensive. Don't discount things like DISCOVA ...
written 17 months ago by Daniel Swan13k
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Comment: C: Why annotations are not encoded using standard informatic format ?
... GFF predates JSON by several years... ...
written 17 months ago by Daniel Swan13k

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