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    Recent papers:

    Daniel S Standage, Tim Lai & Volker P Brendel (2022) iLoci: Robust evaluation of genome content and organization for provisional and mature genome assemblies. Nucleic Acids Research Genomics and Bioinformatics 4, Issue 1, March 2022, lqac013, https://doi.org/10.1093/nargab/lqac013 [PubMed ID: 35211671] [online article] [PDF]

    Morandin, C., Brendel, V.P., Sundström, L.; Helanterä, H. & Mikheyev, A. (2019) Changes in gene DNA methylation and expression networks accompany caste specialization and age-related physiological changes in a social insect methylation. Molecular Ecology, 28, 1975-1993. [PubMed ID: 30809873] [online article] [PDF]

    The future of computational genomics:

      Brendel, V.P. (2018) From small RNA discoveries to a new paradigm in computational genomics? New Phytol. 220, 659-660. [PubMed ID: 30324739] [online article] [PDF]


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    Meeting Information:

    Brendel Group meetings this term will be held every Thursday morning at 11:00 AM in Room 216A Simon Hall. The first half hour will be devoted to literature/resource review. You may select papers yourself or pick from the list below. In either case, please post your selection several days before the meeting to give other group members adequate time to read the papers. In your discussion, please briefly review the background, goals, and achievements of the paper, then suggest applications to your or our group's work as well as extensions or improvements. It is not expected that you necessarily understand all aspects of the paper you present. If thoughtful questions arise, pose them, and the group will be challenged to help. The second half hour of the group meeting will be devoted to research presentations. Use these times to practice giving short talks, get others excited about what you are doing, and outline what you have accomplished and where you are headed in your research.

    Meeting Topics (reverse chronological order)

    August 22, 2013


    Welcome of new members to the group and everyone to the new academic year.