16S rRNA gene metabarcoding Course | POGO

16S rRNA gene metabarcoding Course

16S rRNA gene metabarcoding Course, 3 - 7 April 2017, Humboldt-University (Berlin)

 

The 16s rRNA gene has become the standard marker for prokaryote phylogenetic analysis, and combined with high-throughput sequencing technologies it is widely used to infer the structure and composition of microbial communities. This workshop is designed to give students the necessary background and practical experience of the strategies for the analysis of the diversity and structure of prokaryote communities, covering i) experimental design and primer choices; ii) wet-lab and library preparation options; iii) sequence quality control and analysis and iv) statistical analysis of microbial community data. 

 

Application deadline: 3 Mar. 2017

Course website http://www.physalia-courses.org/courses/course8/
 

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