Vertebrate Genomes Project
The Vertebrate Genomes Project (VGP) at the Sanger Institute aims to provide reference quality assemblies for hundreds of fish, rodents and caecilians to contribute to the Tree of Life Sequencing effort. The current pilot focusses on cyprinids, cichliforms, notothenioid and anabantoid fishes, as well as select rodents and caecilians.
DNA Pipelines Research and Development
DNA Pipelines Development
The DNA Pipelines Research and Development group is the entry point for new technologies to the Institute, especially sequencing instruments. ...
Population and evolutionary genomics, novel computational genomics methods, and related mathematical and statistical models.
Genome Reference Informatics Team
The Genome Reference Informatics Team analyses genome assemblies to reveal and correct quality issues and to identify and add variation. It ...
High Performance Algorithm Group (HPAG)
Many high profile projects such as the Cancer Genome and 1000 Genomes projects need quality assemblies for downstream analysis using 2nd ...