The Facility can advise researchers on the sequencing platform and run type that provides the sequencing depth, read length and turnaround time that best suits their project. Facility staff also analyse sequencing library Quality Control results and provide guidance on their interpretation and expected sequencing results. The Facility has recently expanded their library preparation offering both in 10x Genomics and bulk RNA library preparation areas.
Genomics Facility Managergenomics@babraham.ac.uk
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The Babraham Institute established the Genomics Facility in 2009, with investment from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) and Medical Research Council (MRC), in partnership with the University of Cambridge’s Centre for Trophoblast Research. The Facility has grown since and is playing a crucial role in the Institute’s research projects on epigenetics, chromatin regulation, cell signalling and immunology.