National Center for Genome Resources

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  • First Grant
  • Total Number of Grants
    2
  • Cumulative Grant Amounts
    $2,681,955
 

The National Center for Genome Resources is a nonprofit research institute in Santa Fe, New Mexico, that applies advanced bioinformatics interpretation, software engineering and next generation genome sequencing to 21st-century biology challenges in health and food security. Advanced sequencing and analytical capabilities include genome, transcriptome, methylome, ChIP, small RNA and exome sequencing.

The organization conducts collaborative research projects with the aim to develop new scientific methods that leverage its equipment and strengths. Staff have a broad and diverse set of expertise in analyzing sequence data in diverse marine microbial eukaryotes, humans, plants and animals. The organization also provides experimental design assistance, custom data analysis and data visualization for external research projects.

 

recent grants

Science Novel Methods to Explore Variability of Gene Expression in Individual Plant Cells
 

Organization

National Center for Genome Resources


  • date awarded

    Jun 2015

  • amount

    $320,000

  • term

    18 months

 
Science Marine Microbial Eukaryote Transcriptome Sequencing Project
 

Organization

National Center for Genome Resources


  • date awarded

    Sep 2010

  • amount

    $2,361,955

  • term

    40 months

 

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