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.

Deciphering the demographic history of allochronic differentiation in the pine processionary moth <i>Thaumetopoea pityocampa</i>

Leblois, R., Gautier, M., Rohfritsch, A., Foucaud, J., Burban, C., Galan, M., Loiseau, A., Sauné, L., Branco, M. D. O., Gharbi, K., Vitalis, R. & Kerdelhué, C. 2017 In: Molecular Ecology 15 p.

Tournament ABC analysis of the western palaearctic population history of an oak gallwasp, <i>Synergus umbraculus</i>

Stone, G. N., White, S. C., Csóka, G., Melika, G., Mutun, S., Pénzes, Z., Sadeghi, E. S., Schönrogge, K., Tavakoli, M. & Nicholls, J. A. 2017 In: Molecular Ecology p. 6685–6703 20 p.

Efficient targeted DNA editing and replacement in <i>Chlamydomonas reinhardtii</i> using Cpf1 ribonucleoproteins and single-stranded DNA

Ferenczi, A., Pyott, D. E., Xipnitou, A. & Molnar, A. 2017 In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 6 p.

The rumen microbiome as a reservoir of antimicrobial resistance and pathogenicity genes is directly affected by diet in beef cattle

Auffret, M. D., Dewhurst, R. J., Duthie, C., Rooke, J. A., John Wallace, R., Freeman, T. C., Stewart, R., Watson, M. & Roehe, R. 2017 In: Microbiome