Author: rahmilale

Handling sequence files

To merge (concatenate) individual sequence files into one file: cat *.seq > combined.seq To reverse complement the sequences: Save the code below as from Bio.SeqRecord import SeqRecord def make_rc_record(record): “””Returns a new SeqRecord with the reverse complement sequence.””” return SeqRecord(seq = record.seq.reverse_complement(), \ id = “rc_” +, \ description = “reverse complement”) from Bio import SeqIO # I…

Group Meeting, Jan 26th, 2017

Room: R E5-103 Date: Thursday, 26.01.2017 Time: 13:00-13:45 Tatjana and Anne will hold a presentations. For Anne’s presentation see: Chana Kranzler, Nivi Kessler, Nir Keren andYeala Shaked Enhanced ferrihydrite dissolution by a unicellular, planktonic cyanobacterium: a biological contribution to particulate iron bioavailability Environmental Microbiology (2016) 18(12), 5101–5111 doi:10.1111/1462-2920.13496

EU – H2020 funding

Our lab received its first EU – H2020 funding. The project, “Advanced toolbox for rapid and cost-effective functional metagenomic screening – microbiology meets microfluidics” coordinated by the University Autonoma de Madrid, received funding for €8.808.363. Rahmi is involved as a partner in the project. For further details see the EU-CORDIS web page.

How to Export Raw Data from NanoDrop 1000

This instruction applies to the NanoDrop 1000 and the screen-shots are from the ND-1000 software ver. 3.8.1. Measure your sample(s). Click on ‘Show Report’. ‘NanoDrop 1000 Data Viewer’ screen comes up. From the menu click on ‘Reports’ choose ‘Save Report’. Save Report As… screen comes up Click on ‘Full Report’ button and save the data (*.ndv) (You may create a…