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.

Extracellular Onchocerca -derived small RNAs in host nodules and blood

Quintana, J. F., Makepeace, B. L., Babayan, S. A., Ivens, A., Pfarr, K. M., Blaxter, M., Debrah, A., Wanji, S., Ngangyung, H. F., Bah, G. S., Tanya, V. N., Taylor, D. W., Hoerauf, A. & Buck, A. H. 2015 In: Parasites and Vectors p. 58

Does complete plastid genome sequencing improve species discrimination and phylogenetic resolution in Araucaria?

Ruhsam, M., Rai, H. S., Mathews, S., Ross, T. G., Graham, S. W., Raubeson, L. A., Mei, W., Thomas, P. I., Gardner, M. F., Ennos, R. A. & Hollingsworth, P. M. 2015 In: Molecular Ecology Resources

Comparison of eleven methods for genomic DNA extraction suitable for large-scale whole-genome genotyping and long-term DNA banking using blood samples

Psifidi, A., Dovas, C. I., Bramis, G., Lazou, T., Russel, C. L., Arsenos, G. & Banos, G. 2015 In: PLoS One p. e0115960

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.

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