Research

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The applied bioinformatics research group works in several areas associated with second generation sequencing and assembly, genetic and genomic variation analysis and the discovery and application of molecular genetic markers. We work with a range of species, mostly in collaboration with a broad range of national and international research groups.


Current projects include:


Genome sequencing

Wheat genome sequencing
Brassica genome sequencing
TAGdb


Molecular marker discovery

SNP discovery
SSR discovery
Genetic map visualisation


Genome annotation and visualisation

Gene and genome annotation



Species of interest include:

Wheat
Barley
Brassica
Metagenomics