Next week we’re going to switch gears a bit to examine a brand new publication concerning the ability to sequence genomes of low-abundant organisms from large metagenomic samples. We’ll give a general overview of the methods used, examine the results, and discuss how these methods may be applied to our microbiome research. The paper can be found here and will be presented Thursday, February 16th at 3:30pm in a room HSC-3N44A.
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