Sequencing and characterizing the genome of Estrella lausannensis as an undergraduate project: training students and biological insights

@article{Bertelli2015SequencingAC,
  title={Sequencing and characterizing the genome of Estrella lausannensis as an undergraduate project: training students and biological insights},
  author={C. Bertelli and S. Aeby and B{\'e}r{\'e}nice Chassot and James S. Clulow and Olivier Hilfiker and Samuel Rappo and S{\'e}bastien Ritzmann and P. Schumacher and C{\'e}line Terrettaz and P. Benaglio and L. Falquet and L. Farinelli and Walid H. Gharib and A. Goesmann and K. Harshman and Burkhard Linke and Ryo Miyazaki and C. Rivolta and M. Robinson-Rechavi and J. R. van der Meer and Gilbert GREUB},
  journal={Frontiers in Microbiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={6}
}
With the widespread availability of high-throughput sequencing technologies, sequencing projects have become pervasive in the molecular life sciences. The huge bulk of data generated daily must be analyzed further by biologists with skills in bioinformatics and by “embedded bioinformaticians,” i.e., bioinformaticians integrated in wet lab research groups. Thus, students interested in molecular life sciences must be trained in the main steps of genomics: sequencing, assembly, annotation and… Expand
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