Tag Archives: Sequencing

Results of the Molecular Ecologist’s Survey on High-Throughput Sequencing

Some days ago, we asked our readers to fill in a survey (now closed) on your use of high-throughput sequencing techniques. We got a lot of responses, a total of 260 people filled in the form. Thank you! Here are the results of your answers. The … Continue reading

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The Molecular Ecologist’s Survey on High-Throughput Sequencing

Last week we updated the Field Guide to Next Generation DNA Sequencers to better reflect the sequencing techniques of 2016. The NGS Field Guide is one of the most popular resources on the Molecular Ecologist web site, but we don’t know much about how our readers use … Continue reading

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Totally RAD, Part 2

Edit (8/20/15): I used the wrong web address for Kimberly Andrews! Go check out her work here. Sorry Kim! Restriction site-associated DNA sequencing (RADseq) is quickly becoming the go-to methodology for collecting population genetic data, and the methodological difficulties of … Continue reading

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