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A Bioconductor tutorial on Next Generation Sequencing at CAMDA2009

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Default A Bioconductor tutorial on Next Generation Sequencing at CAMDA2009



Dear Colleagues

CAMDA2009 will have a Bioconductor tutorial on Next Generation Sequencing data analysis. The tutorial will be presented by Dr. Martin Morgan from Bioconductor. All the conference attendee will be able to get the first hand experience of analyzing the next generation sequencing data. More detailed information of the tutorial will be added in the CAMDA2009 website.
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CAMDA2009 organizers
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