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Tag Archives: Phylogenomics
"Phylogeny driven approaches to genomics and metagenomics": slides w/ audio from my talk at #UCDavis 1/29
Gave a talk here at UC Davis last week. Alas, not my best talk – too rushed. But, anyway, here is a video of the slideshow w/ audio. Title “Phylogeny driven approaches to genomics and metagenomics” ——– This is … Continue reading
Quick post. This seems like a potentially useful resource and tool: The PhyloFacts FAT-CAT web server: ortholog identification and function prediction using fast approximate tree classification Abstract:The PhyloFacts ‘Fast Approximate Tree Classification’ (FAT-CAT) web server provides a novel approach to ortholog … Continue reading
Going to be good: Eukaryotes | SMBE Satellite Meeting on Eukaryotic -Omics – April 29 to May 2, UC Davis Conference Center No bias here – given that it is organized by Holly Bik in my lab and it is … Continue reading
Worth a read: Jim Staley on a "Universal Species Concept" and the history of microbial species concepts
Interesting paper came up in my automated google searches for “phylogenomics”: Transitioning Toward a Universal Species Concept for the Classification of all Organisms | InTechOpen. It is by Jim Staley who has been writing a lot about microbial species concepts in … Continue reading
Just quick post … gave a talk Thursday at the Bay Area Illumina User’s meeting. I have posted my slides to Slideshare and a Video Slideshow with audio to Youtube. “Phylogenomic approaches to microbial diversity” Talk by Jonathan Eisen at … Continue reading
Gave three talks in 1.5 days here in Long Beach as part of the satellite meetings associated with the “Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology” (ISMB) 2012 Conference. I will write more about the meeting and the craziness of giving three … Continue reading
(Please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend) BAY AREA BIOSYSTEMATISTS (BABS) MEETING Tuesday evening, 22 May 2012 at UC Davis, 1022 Life Sciences Building “PHYLOGENOMICS AND SYSTEMATICS” The genomics era holds great promise (and challenge) to systematics. There … Continue reading
The Axis of Evol: Getting to the Root of DNA Repair with Philogeny In 2005 I wrote an essay about my time in graduate school that was potentially going to be included in a special issue of Mutation Research in … Continue reading
EVE 198 – Spring Quarter 2012 – CRN 74485 – 3 units P/NP grading Microbial Phylogenomics: The Evolutionary Diversification of Microbes and their Genomes Professor Jonathan Eisen TR 1:40-3:00pm Room 1344 Storer Hall Prerequisites for this EVE 198 … Continue reading