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Dr Leila Luheshi
Working on clinical and public health applications of nanopore sequencing for . All views my own.
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Oxford Nanopore 8h
Lorne attendees, don’t miss Michael Clark’s talk from 6:11 PM today to hear how long-read sequencing reveals the expression and splicing profiles of neuropsychiatric disease genes in human brain abstract #203
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Dr Leila Luheshi 10h
Replying to @gerald_goh
Hi Gerald. Maybe catch you at lunchtime? Workshop this morning was awesome thanks 😊
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Dr Leila Luheshi 14h
The awesome presenting data from his latest publication on Capture-seq using cDNA sequencing to discover more about neuropsychiatric disease associated haplotypes.
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Dr Leila Luheshi 22h
Looking forward to meeting many current and future members of the community in Brisbane. Thanks for hosting us
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James Ferguson Feb 16
Excited to share our preprint describing a new resource we have found useful in many projects so far. SquiggleKit: A toolkit for manipulating signal data. Just in time for my poster tonight at
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Dr Leila Luheshi Feb 15
Excellent summary of where we stand with public health genomics for infectious diseases, and what challenges remain to be addressed from and Greg Armstrong. working hard to reduce as many of those barriers as we can!
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Dr Leila Luheshi Feb 15
Come and hear from two excellent and engaging experts: and Both worth getting out of bed for, guaranteed!
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Dr Leila Luheshi Feb 15
Replying to @eat_th1s @GenomeConf
thanks for that Chris ;)
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Daniel Depledge Feb 14
Excited to share our latest publication in in which we describe the use of direct RNA nanopore sequencing to characterise the complexity of a viral transcriptome!
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Dr Leila Luheshi Feb 14
Microbiology twitter
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Clive G. Brown Feb 14
a quick update on accuracy and whats coming shortly (portal for now..):
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Dr Leila Luheshi Feb 14
Replying to @methylnick @GenomeConf
Might just risk the local stuff 🙄
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Dr Leila Luheshi Feb 14
Replying to @methylnick @GenomeConf
Ha ha. Thanks Nick. Just have flash backs to signs about food being confiscated on arrival....
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Dr Leila Luheshi Feb 14
Absolutele pleasure to have you visit us towers and to be helping you on your way with such fabulous science 😊
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Dr Leila Luheshi Feb 14
Excited prepping for ... critics question. If I carry tea in my hand luggage will it get confiscated??
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Velislava Petrova Feb 12
Six will show you how a six-person tent can be a diagnostic lab. Come to learn how to prevent disease outbreaks, how to sequence with , and how to diagnose using 3D printed microscopes. Team ready for action.
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History of Libya Feb 12
View of engraved rock art of lion and hippopotamus in Wadi Teshuinat, Tadrart Acacus Mountains, dated back to the Bubalus period (about 7000 BCE)
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Seth Berkley Feb 12
We lack “adequate 21st-century tools to fight what’s now a 21st-C epidemic.” Excellent article in is the world’s biggest ID killer & drug-resistant TB is rising, but we still use a vaccine developed in the 1920s-but a new one in development.
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Oxford Nanopore Feb 11
We are in Lorne for the next week, there is still time to register for our breakfast workshop if you're attending! Register here for free:
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Dr Leila Luheshi Feb 10
Imagine there will be plenty of microbial genomics types in the community who will find this from and useful for their work!
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