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.

Maturation of the 90S pre-ribosome requires Mrd1 dependent U3 snoRNA and 35S pre-rRNA structural rearrangements

Lackmann, F., Belikov, S., Burlacu, E., Granneman, S. & Wieslander, L. 2018 In: Nucleic Acids Research 15 p.

Characterisation of novel biomass degradation enzymes from the genome of <i>Cellulomonas fimi</i>

Kane, S. D. & French, C. E. 2018 In: Enzyme and Microbial Technology p. 9-17 9 p.

The ash dieback invasion of Europe was founded by two genetically divergent individuals

McMullan, M., Rafiqi, M., Kaithakottil, G., Clavijo, B. J., Bilham, L., Orton, E., Percival-Alwyn, L., Ward, B. J., Edwards, A., Saunders, D. G. O., Garcia Accinelli, G., Wright, J., Verweij, W., Koutsovoulos, G., Yoshida, K., Hosoya, T., Williamson... 2018 In: Nature Ecology & Evolution

Cross-species inference of long non-coding RNAs greatly expands the ruminant transcriptome

Bush, S. J., Muriuki, C., McCulloch, M. E. B., Farquhar, I. L., Clark, E. L. & Hume, D. A. 2018 In: Genetics Selection Evolution p. 20

Macrophage colony stimulating factor increases hepatic macrophage content, liver growth and lipid accumulation in neonatal rats.

Pridans, C., Sauter, K., Irvine, K., Lefevre, L., Raper, A., Rojo, R., Nirmal, A. j., Beard, P., Cheeseman, M. & Hume, D. 2018 In: American Journal of Physiology - Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology p. G388-G398