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Webinar, October 16
Efficient SNP Discovery for Crop Genomes through Exome Sequencing
Plant genomes are known for their large genetic content, presenting challenges in whole-genome sequencing and data processing. As the leader in target enrichment for non-annotated genomes and developing target enrichment designs for plant species, Roche NimbleGen provides efficient and cost-effective methods to overcome these challenges for studying large genomes. At this webinar leaders in agricultural research will share their research using Roche’s sequence capture technology for genotyping by sequencing in wheat, barley and maize:
Learn how lead scientists in this field are applying Roche technology to their plant genome research. Check back later to view the video recording of the webinar.
Discovery of trait-associated SNPs via XP-GWAS
Patrick Schnable, PhD
Distinguished Professor and Director, Center for Plant Genomics, Iowa State University.
Targeted re-sequencing of allohexaploid wheat genome
Eduard Akhunov, PhD
Associate Professor – Department of Plant Pathology, Kansas State University
Barley whole exome capture: a new tool for genomic research in the genus Hordeum and beyond
Nils Stein, PhD
Group Leader - Research at Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK).
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