Edinburgh Genomics supports collaborators from the conception of an experimental programme through to publication of the results. We are proud to be involved in so many ground-breaking studies. The facility also conducts its own research, and the facility academic staff have active, genomics- and bioinformatics-focussed research programmes.

A current list of publications that are based on facility-generated data can be found on Edinburgh Research Explorer.

Bovine Staphylococcus aureus superantigens stimulate the entire T 2 cell repertoire of cattle.

Wilson, G., Tuffs, S., Wee, B., Seo, K. S., Park, N., Connelley, T., Guinane, C. M., Morrison, W. & Fitzgerald, J. 2018 In: Infection and Immunity

Environmentally enriched pigs have transcriptional profiles consistent with neuroprotective effects and reduced microglial activity

Brown, S., Bush, S., Summers, K., Hume, D. & Lawrence, A. B. 2018 In: Behavioural Brain Research p. 6-15

A transcriptome-based resolution for a key taxonomic controversy in Cupressaceae

Mao, K., Ruhsam, M., Ma, Y., Graham, S. W., Liu, J., Thomas, P., Milne, R. I. & Hollingsworth, P. M. 2018 In: Annals of Botany

Assembly of 913 microbial genomes from metagenomic sequencing of the cow rumen

Stewart, R., Auffret, M. D., Warr, A., Wiser, A., Press, M., Langford, K., Liachko, I., Snelling, T. J., Dewhurst, R. J., Walker, A. W., Roehe, R. & Watson, M. 2018 In: Nature Communications p. 870

Fat accretion measurements strengthen the relationship between feed conversion efficiency and Nitrogen isotopic discrimination while rumen microbial genes contribute little

Meale, S. J., Auffret, M. D., Watson, M., Morgavi, D. P., Cantalapiedra-Hijar, G., Duthie, C., Roehe, R. & Dewhurst, R. J. 2018 In: Scientific Reports p. 3854