Date(s) - 10/11/2021
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Please note that this workshop is held in Oslo. The course is open to all IBA members, but due to the short length of the course, IBA can not cover travel/ accommodation.
When: November 10th
Location: University of Oslo
PROGRAM (this is a tentative overview, exact times are not determined yet).
12.30 – 13.00 Part I: Theoretical introduction and short summary of level 1
After a brief repetition of required level 1 knowledge, we will give an introduction to:
- SNP calling and phylogenetic trees
- RNAseq and differential gene expression
Analysis techniques covered will employ raw data from Illumina platforms (HiSeq/MiSeq).
13:00 – 13:15 Coffee break
13.15 – 15.30 Part II: Hands-on exercises
- Map to reference assembly and building of SNP trees in Geneious with RAxML (using Ebola virus isolates as an example)
- RNAseq and differential gene expression in Geneious
Participants must bring their own laptops.
A list of required preparations including instructions on how to install Geneious trial version will be provided a week before the course. If you have used a trial version of Geneious before, we will send you an educational license for the course.
We will also organize a course focusing on protein structures (PyMOL), as well as our bioinformatics level 3 course later this year, where we will give an introduction to command line tools, whole genome alignment and how to build a WGS pipeline in Geneious.
Timo Lutter & Mari Støen (TTA)
Tina Svingerud (IBA)
Please note: given the short length of the course, IBA can not support travel and accommodation for this course.