Technologies for Genome Analysis
Discussion of current and newly-emerging technologies in genome analysis with regard to applications in biology and medicine and to potential advantages and limitations.
To introduce students to the past, present and future of emerging technologies for genome analysis related to large-scale sequencing, parallel capture and analysis, genetic and biological analysis.
Grades will be based on the average of all the exercises assigned during this course (85%) and your presentations and participation in class discussions (15%). Participation in class discussions is essential.
|1||Overview of Genome Analysis – The Human Genome||Genomics—A Changing Tide!|
|2||Detection key to new technologies||Massively parallel arrays preceded massively parallel sequencing|
|3||Next-Generation Sequencing Technologies||Single Nucleotide and Structural Variation|
|4||Genetic Association Mapping||Large-Scale On-Going Projects—large-scale sequencing of complex traits and ENCODE|