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DNA target enrichment in phylogenomics

Centre for Biodiversity Analysis workshop

DNA target enrichment in phylogenomics: molecular and bioinformatic principles

2 October, 2014 | Australian National University, Canberra 

This workshop will outline target DNA enrichment (aka exome capture, hybrid enrichment) as a method of obtaining nucleotide sequence data for phylogenomics. Topics covered will include probe design, software to use for bait design, laboratory procedures, and the demonstration of how enriched DNA sequences can be reliably assigned to target genes.

For more information please visit the CBA website, or contact Karen Meusemann (CSIRO) or Claire Stephens (CBA).

This workshop is now fully booked out.