Microbial Genomes

This lecture illustrates the strategies used in microbial genome sequencing projects, compares genome content and organisation amongst microbes, and shows how to derive information on gene function across genome.

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Aims/ Learning Objectives:

  • Describe strategies involved in microbial genome sequencing and functional genomics
  • Provide examples of information that can be derived from genomics

Lecture Information
Author(s): Professor Julian Ketley, Genetics
Subject: Biology
Level: 2nd Year Undergraduate
Course Element: Lecture
Length: 4 hours
Language: English
Publish Date: October 2010

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