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Author Archives: Hannah Holland-Moritz
It’s been a while since our last post but we finally (after many technical challenges and more than our share of bad luck) have data and are in the process of analyzing it! I’ve worked in other labs before this … Continue reading
Now that we have chosen our candidates we are in the process of preparing libraries for sequencing. I’ve learned a lot about this process in the past few weeks so I thought I’d share some of what I’ve learned. First, … Continue reading
A couple posts ago I introduced you to many of our potential candidates for sequencing. As it turns out, the organism that I will be sequencing is THU (more about the name here), an organism that was already in the … Continue reading
I’d thought I’d take a minute to talk about one of the first microbes we isolated that has proven to be quite interesting. The microbacterium TTU3 which was isolated from a toilet biofilm first caught our attention as a brilliantly … Continue reading
After nearly ten weeks of learning our way around the lab, collecting samples, isolating organisms and sequencing their 16s ribosomal genes we are finally at the point where we are ready to choose our first candidate organisms for whole-genome sequencing! … Continue reading