Are you interested in knowing the sequencing of small genomes (bacteria, virus, plasmid, phage)?
Are you interested in knowing the microbial diversity in a sample?
Are you interested in knowing how bacteria respond to a stressor?
Are you interested in discovering DNA binding sites for transcription factors or other proteins?
You can do all of these things and more at our NGS-MiSeq facility.
The sequencer is placed at Veterinary Clinical Microbiology, and if you are interested in next generation sequencing, please contact Associate Professor Arshnee Moodley (firstname.lastname@example.org).