This document describes the final student written and oral reports required as part of the Bio 4342 course as taught at WU. In these reports, students describe their work on their fosmid, the challenges they encounter, and the solutions they developed to resolve these challenges.
This document is a basic introduction to Consed, a program that allows users to visualize and manipulate a genome assembly. It provides screenshots of the various windows and points out the various functions available.
This lecture by Dr. Sarah Elgin (Washington University in St. Louis) provides a general overview of the Genomics Education Partnership. It describes the current GEP research problem of identifying factors involved in heterochromatin formation and maintenance through comparative genomics in Drosophila.
This document describes the primary annotation goals to be included in the final oral presentation and written report for students enrolled in the Bio4342 course at WU.