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.