Posts Tagged: metagenomics

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Metagenomics and microbial single cell genomics – a winning team

Deciphering the world around us – the “microbial dark matter” (1) – is a remaining challenge in environmental microbiology. Even after decades of 16S rRNA gene-based surveys, there are strong indications that the diversity of bacteria is still not exhaustively described even on high taxonomic (phylum) levels and that 16S rRNA sequences, representing novel bacterial… Read article →


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Join us in Orlando for AGBT 2016!

It may be winter in the northern hemisphere, but next week’s forecast is sunny and pleasant for Orlando, Florida. Come and join QIAGEN at the Advances in Genome Biology and Technology conference, from February 10–13 at the JW Marriott Grande Lakes! Our workshop on 2/11 will feature a talk from Dr. Chris Mason of Weill Cornell… Read article →