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About Enseqlopedia

The home of the Core Genomics blog, and a site for NGS users to tell people who they are and what they do (on the map), and share knowledge (on the Enseqlopedia wiki).

This site is aimed at the whole NGS community - users, core labs & services, technology providers. Thanks for looking - James.

Coregenomics

The blog of genomics news & events.

GENOMICS BLOG

Comments and analysis from the exciting and fast moving world of Genomics.
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NGS Mapped

Next Generation Sequencing around the world.

PUTTING NGS ON THE MAP

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Enseqlopedia

Contribute to our growing glossary of genomics.

GENOMICS WIKI

Contribute to our enseqlopedia of genomics.
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James Hadfield
James Hadfield ‎Head of Genomics
CRUK Cambridge Institute – ‎Cancer Research UK
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#singlecell seance at the Earlham Institute

Iain Macaulay organised a #singlecell meeting at Norwich's Earlham Institute earlier this month. The meeting was fun and there were some great presentations during a day of talks and discussion on the development and application of single cell technologies. 100+ [...]

@GenomicsEngland NGS Panel App

The Genomics England project (a.k.a. UK100k genomes) is known as a whole genome sequencing project. It aims to sequence 100,000 genomes from UK NHS patients with Rare Disease or Cancer. But Genomics England have a very nice tool [...]

Update on @illumina index-swapping: better libraries

Index-swapping appears to be driven by excess adapter/primer (Illumina whitepaper). The take-home messages are 1) to use UDIs (unique dual-indexes), and 2) clean-up your libraries to remove left-over adapter/primer. Later in this post I'm going to work through one solution for getting rid [...]

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