The one-day virtual workshop will provide an overview of the latest updates and developments in the field of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) as presented by the NGS Competence Network (NGS-CN) sites. This is a good workshop for scientists on the step of “How to get started” and “who to contact” for sequencing projects. Go to […]
Jennifer V Gerbracht et al. “CASC3 promotes transcriptome-wide activation of nonsense-mediated decay by the exon junction complex”, Nucleic Acids Research, Volume 48, Issue 15, 04 September 2020, Pages 8626–8644, https://doi.org/10.1093/nar/gkaa564 The NGS project funded in the 1st call and led by PI Niels Gehring published their first results on the role of CASC3 in post-transcriptional gene expression. Congratulations […]
Erger, F., Nörling, D., Borchert, D. et al. cfNOMe — A single assay for comprehensive epigenetic analyses of cell-free DNA. Genome Med 12, 54 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13073-020-00750-5 cfNOMe is a two-in-one method of measuring cell-free DNA cytosine methylation and nucleosome occupancy in a single assay using non-disruptive enzymatic cytosine conversion and a custom bioinformatics pipeline. This in-house […]
The NGS Competence Centers launched the German COVID-19 OMICS Initiative DeCOI in collaboration with many national research institutes to use Omics technologies to tackle the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more on DeCOI. Read the Uni Bonn press release (in German).
The 3rd DFG call for funding of sequencing costs is out! Important facts and dates: Only scientific projects with a medium to large sized demand (€100,000 to €1 million) of sequencing costs are funded through this call Applications within this call are regular individual research grants The submission of a letter of intent is a […]