Digital Services        F A Q


Bioinformatics Challenges in Complete Genomics and Metagenomics

Dept. of Computer Science (June 1, 2023)

SEMINAR SERIES : Distinguished Lecture Series

LENGTH : 67 min.
ACCESS : Open to all
SUMMARY : Even though the first draft human genome was generated two decades ago, many biomedically important regions (such as centromeres) represented the terra incognita of the genome sequencing until recently. The long-read DNA sequencing technologies are now transforming genome sequencing toward generating complete genomes and metagenomes. They also raised novel bioinformatics challenges that represent the key bottlenecks for the ongoing large-scale genomics and metagenomics projects. I will describe some bioinformatics challenges in complete genomics/metagenomics, discuss the recently developed approaches for their solution, show how these approaches bring us closer to the goal of complete genome/metagenome sequencing, and illustrate some applications of these approaches in metagenomics-based search for novel antibiotics.  [Go to the full record in the library's catalogue]

  ●  Persistent link:
  ●  XML Dublin Core code for metadata harvesting

Recommended for You

This video is presented here with the permission of the speakers. Any downloading, storage, reproduction, and redistribution are strictly prohibited without the prior permission of the respective speakers. Go to Full Disclaimer.

  For enquiries, please contact Digital and Multimedia Services Section

© 2009-2023 All rights reserved