The massively parallel sequencing technology known as next-generation sequencing (NGS) has revolutionized the biological sciences. With its ultra-high throughput, scalability, and speed, NGS enables researchers to perform a wide variety of applications and study biological systems at a level never before possible. These courses are designed for scientists and clinicians with little or no experience in exome/DNA sequencing. This aims to provide the experimental and bioinformatics skills required to prepare samples, undertake exome sequencing and the subsequent identification of single nucleotide variations (SNVs) and short Insertions/Deletions (Indels). In addition, it will provide information on the interpretation of the sequencing data including disease association.
There are six sessions of Next Generation Sequencing courses. Session I, II, III are general principles for NGS technical basis and bioinformatic analysis of data. Session IV is about the application of NGS in clinical practise. Session V is practical for everyone who want to try to interpret variants and analyse data. Session VI presents real cases from our experience through NGS.
I) Next Generation Sequencing-Introduction
II) Technical basis of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS)
III) Bioinformatics analysis of NGS data
IV) Clinical Next Generation Sequencing
V) Cases to solve - Workshop
VI) Case reportsEach session include: Main course (general info, presentation, script), Quiz, Chat/Forum
II) Technical basis of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS)This course is about the technical basis of NGS and especially abo...
III) Bioinformatics analysis of NGS dataThis course is about the bioinformatics analysis of NGS data and es...
IV) Clinical Next Generation SequencingThis course is about the application of NGS in clinical practice.