For those who missed it, there’s a (slightly old) poster version of my ABACBS 2018 - Sequencing snakes: Pseudodiploid pseudo-long-read whole genome sequencing and assembly of Pseudonaja textilis (eastern brown snake) and Notechis scutatus (mainland tiger snake). If anything in the talk (except the repeat stuff) looks useful to you, this is a citeable poster:
Edwards RJ et al. Pseudodiploid pseudo-long-read whole genome sequencing and assembly of Pseudonaja textilis (eastern brown snake) and Notechis scutatus (mainland tiger snake) [version 1; not peer reviewed]. F1000Research 2018, 7:753 (poster) (doi: 10.7490/f1000research.1115550.1)
We’re still developing the genome size prediction and BUSCO comparison/compilation tools, so get in touch if either of these look useful to you.
We have three lab posters in Poster session 2 this morning:
Poster #16. Åsa Pérez-Bercoff, Using structural variant detection to resolve difficult regions of a genome assembly.
Poster #21. Kirsti Paulsen, Optimising intrinsic protein disorder prediction for short linear motif discovery.
Poster #26. Katarina Stuart, Evolution in invasive populations: using genomics to reveal drivers of invasion success in the Australian European starling (Sturnus vulgaris) introduction across Australia.
Also check out the posters of our UNSW neighbours from the Wilkins lab:
Poster #29. Chi Nam Ignatius (Igy) Pang, Benchmarking Protein Correlation Profiling datasets against reference protein complexes: case studies in S. cerevisiae.
Poster #44. Susan Corley, QuantSeq 3’ sequencing paired with Salmon quantification provides a fast reliable approach for high throughput transcriptomic analysis.
Poster #49. Xabier Vázquez-Campos, OTUreporter: an automated pipeline for the analysis and report of amplicon sequencing data.