The Genome Consortium for Active Teaching
NextGen Sequencing Group
Curriculum modules created by participants in Workshop @ Juniata College June 17-21, 2013
- RNA-Seq analysis of Mycobacterium smegmatis and its phage pathogen during infection.
by Nicholas Edgington, Southern Connecticut State University.
- RNA-seq module: Functional analysis of Phytophtora effectors in yeast.
by Bill Morgan & Matthew Reeder, College of Wooster
- RNA-seq module: The Yeast Orphan Gene Project: Finding a Place for ORFans to “GO”
by Jill Keeney (Juniata College) & Irene Evans (Rochester Institute of Technology)
- RNA-seq module by Dan Dries & Taylor Stefanik, Juniata College
- RNA-Seq module for BCH 390 Research Methods in Biochemistry
by Christine White-Ziegler & Lou Ann Bierwert, Smith College
- Metagenomics: Using the mosquito gut microbiome to teach phylogeny reconstruction, species concepts, and symbioses. by David Lampe, Duquesne University
- Metagenomics: CAN variation in SOIL microbial communities help us understand invasiveness of plants?
by TR Muth (City College of NY), Norris Muth, & Gabrielle Cannon (Juniata College).
- Integration of Prokaryotic Genomics into the Unknown Microbe ID Lab
by Bert Eardley (Penn State Berks) & Dan Golemboski (Bellarmine University)
- Error Correction in HighThroughput Datasets
by Dale Beach (Longwood University) & Lisa Scheifele (Loyola University Maryland)
From Vince Buonaccorsi, Juniata College:
Gene Annotation Activity
Decoding the rockfish genome: An introduction to modern genomics and marine biology