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Symposium: DNA & RNA Fundamentals Print E-mail
Wednesday, 02 March 2016 00:00


Illumina, Micromon and the Monash Bioinformatics Platform are pleased to announce an upcoming educational event. Join us for a half day symposium to learn more about NGS and how this technology is changing the future.

Today's complex genomic research questions demand a depth of information beyond the capacity of traditional DNA sequencing technologies. NGS has filled that gap and become an everyday tool to address these questions.

Session Content will include:
•    Fundamentals of NGS
•    Next Generation Sequencing with Micromon
•    Working with the Monash Bioinformatics Platform

Date: 16/03/2016
Time: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Price: Free!

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Venue: Monash University, Clayton Campus, New Horizons Building

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Space is limited, so please register early!

We've increased our capacity! Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 April 2015 00:00

We are pleased to announce that Micromon has commissioned an Illumina NextSeq 500 which will increase our sequencing capacity by up to 100Gb per day. This will compliment our existing (lower-throughput) Illumina MiSeq instrumentation, allowing us to produce data at a scale suitable for almost all sequencing projects - from small amplicon sequencing projects through to larger whole human genome/transcriptome sized projects... all at very competitive prices! The additional capacity will also reduce turn-around times.
For those that are familiar with Illumina sequencing: a single NextSeq lane is capable of producing the equivalent of three to four HiSeq rapid lanes. Alternatively, it can also be configured to produce the equivalent of a single HiSeq rapid lane. The NextSeq has a typical output capability of 100-120 gigabases from about 800K individual sequencing reads.
You're welcome to contact us to arrange a time to tour our facility, or to discuss how the NextSeq or MiSeq can help you achieve your research goals.
A full bioinformatics analysis solution for your sequencing project Print E-mail
Wednesday, 21 January 2015 00:00

Micromon has partnered with Melbourne-based company SI Systems to offer a range of bioinformatic support options tailored to your research needs. Together we can scope, plan, budget, execute and analyse your next-generation sequencing requirements as a tightly integrated package - from start to finish. Analyses include genome assembly, transcriptome assembly, exome analysis, non-coding RNA analysis, SNP detection and reporting, metagenomics, differential gene expression analysis/transcriptomics, pathway and gene ontology analysis, analysis pipeline construction and custom analysis design. If you're familiar with Next-Generation Sequencing, simply tells us what you need. If you're unfamiliar with the technology, or just unsure, then call us to make an appointment with Micromon and SI Systems staff to translate your biological questions into sequencing and bioinformatic solutions.
Contact us now to discuss your sequencing and data analysis requirements!
Sense and Sensibility—Drawing Data Well Print E-mail
Monday, 06 October 2014 00:00

Are you interested in learning how to display genomic data as simply as possible (but not any simpler), to ensure impact and insight? Making figures from data is difficult. We’ve all made complex data figures—but some of them are more effective than others. The webinar will help you identify useful practices in creating data graphics, with a focus on the underlying principles, guidelines and style. This special educational webinar is from the data visualisation expert who created the Circos and other iconic data plots used in genomics and across many fields. Brought to you by our friends at Illumina and VLSCI.

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