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.

Filling in the gaps of the papilionoid legume phylogeny: the enigmatic Amazonian genus Petaladenium is a new branch of the early-diverging Amburaneae clade

Cardoso, D., São-Mateus, W. M. B., da Cruz, D. T., Zartman, C. E., Komura, D. L., Kite, G., Prenner, G., Wieringa, J. J., Clark, A., Lewis, G., Pennington, T. & de Queiroz, L. P. 2015 In: Molecular phylogenetics and evolution

Linkage disequilibrium network analysis (LDna) gives a global view of chromosomal inversions, local adaptation and geographic structure

Kemppainen, P., Knight, C. G., Sarma, D. K., Hlaing, T., Prakash, A., Maung Maung, Y. N., Somboon, P., Mahanta, J. & Walton, C. 2015 In: Molecular Ecology Resources

Enteric neural crest cells regulate vertebrate stomach patterning and differentiation

Faure, S., McKey, J., Sagnol, S. & de Santa Barbara, P. 2015 In: Development p. 331-42 12 p.