[Bioc-sig-seq] What technologies are people using?
mtmorgan at fhcrc.org
Fri Feb 29 18:13:51 CET 2008
Great to see the response to the list!
We're seeing mostly Solexa here, for SNP discovery, ChIP-seq type
There's a wiki page
(the url is misleading -- any technology is appropriate) that we can
develop as a handy reference (anyone should be able to create an
account and edit; watch for overwriting other people's changes over
the first couple of days as we all enthusiastically try to get our
It would be really helpful to get the three-bullet-point version of
what the data looks like and how its used, as I've tried to sketch for
"Davis, Wade" <davisjwa at health.missouri.edu> writes:
> First, let me say I am glad this list was formed.
> Second, let's get some discussion going. I am primarily interested in 454, and followed by Solexa. What else are people interested in?
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