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Affymetrix to Host Workshop on Genomic Selection at PAG Conference

Published: Thursday, January 09, 2014
Last Updated: Wednesday, January 08, 2014
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Plant and animal genome conference at PAG XXII on Monday, January 13 in San Diego.

Affymetrix, Inc. will host a workshop titled, “Transforming genomic selection in complex plant and animal genomes” at PAG XXII on Monday, January 13 in San Diego.

The workshop will feature key Affymetrix scientists as well as Dr. Klaus Wimmers, Professor of Genome Biology at the Leibinz Institute for Farm Animal Biology (Germany); Dr. Gary Barker of the University of Bristol (UK); and Dr. Alan L. Archibald of the Roslin Institute and the University of Edinburgh (UK).

Topics will include gene expression and genotyping updates, analysis of porcine mRNAs and microRNAs, a SNP array for wheat, and high-density genotyping of Atlantic salmon.

The workshop will take place from 12:55 to 3:00 p.m. in Pacific Salon 3 at the Town and Country Resort and Convention Center.


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