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Welcome to Functional Genomics Lab

The Functional Genomics Lab, headed by Prof. Massimo Delledonne and located in the Department of Biotecnology of the University of Verona, is devoted to research in the field of functional genomics with a focus on state-of-the-art analysis technologies. The Functional Genomics Lab operates in the area of transcriptomics and genomics analysis in Homo sapiens plants, animals, bacteria and has a pluriannual experience in Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies such as Illumina, PacBio and Oxford Nanopore

Applications

  • Gene expression and transcript isoforms reconstruction by RNASeq analysis.
  • Targeted resequencing of exomes or gene panels.
  • Assembly of bacterial genomes.

Announcements

  • JOB OFFER!: A challenging job as a post-doc bioinformatician within a research group expanding toward novel genomics technologies.
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  • JOB OFFER!: A challenging job as a post-doc with knowledge in molecular biology techniques for the analysis of nucleic acid using either low or high-throughput technologies.
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  • DALL'ESOMA PER TUTTI AL GENOMA DI TUTTI
    Il sequenziamento dei genomi in Italia: progetti in corso e prospettive future

    19 Aprile 2017, Palazzo della Gran Guardia - Verona
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  • As of December of 2012 the Functional Genomics Lab is no longer offering services based on microarray platforms. If you are interested into microarray analysis applied to Grape transcriptomics please contact Prof. Mario Pezzotti.

Last modified: Tuesday May 30, 2017

Functional Genomics Lab

Department of Biotechnologies, University of Verona
Strada le Grazie, 15 - Cà Vignal, 1 - 37134 (VR) - Italy
Phone: +39 045 802 7058
Fax: +39 045 802 7929