Morning lecture and tutorial with Corbin
Corbin – “damnable small mammalian exons”. MapSplice can detect exons as small as 8 bp.
Maybe he’d prefer reptiles….
Do you plan to have any biology on your biological station tour?
turtle laying eggs by the classroom (head faces right)
after covering the eggs (facing left here)
Interestingly, this was just a little to the north of where the water main had broken while a few of us were working late Sunday night. The man who had shown up just after we closed the classroom that night was thankful Anne had spotted the water pouring out of the ground.
After the egg laying…
Titus tells us how digital normalization can solve our assembly issues*
*exceptions may apply
Likit talking about the work on the chicken genome. Nerine might appreciate this. I recall one of the GnRH receptors wasn’t even in the original version or was it some other gene in which they were interested? CTNNB1 was an example Likit used.
I spoke with Likit after and he said he was still working on the chicken genome, and so it wasn’t quite ready for prime time.