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High-throughput DNA sequencing facility at James Cook University

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Many JCU projects underpinned by high-throughput DNA sequencing technologies require immediate direct local access for efficiency and quality assurance. Currently due to the tyranny of distance accessing high-throughput sequencing significantly increases turnaround time and can place valuable and unrecoverable samples to problems associated with reliable freighting and transport of material from infectious disease agents. Therefore it is essential that a high-throughput sequencing facility is established in northern Australia that can service the region and that allows rapid turnaround times, flexibility in services available including customisation, the ability to run pilot projects on small scales and alleviates biosecurity concerns.
David Miller, Dean Jerry, Alex Loukas and Cinzia Cantacessi (College of Public Health, Medical & Vet Sciences and College of Science & Engineering)
Genotyping; metagenomics; Transcriptomics

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