UCLA is using experience in genomic biology and cutting-edge technologies to transform undergraduate education. UCLA's UGRI is an interdepartmental collaboration among undergraduate courses with the focus on Genomics.
By 2007 we had sequenced about 75% of the genome of the thermophile bacterium Ammonifex degensii.
In 2007 we started the annotation of Ammonifex degensii in a collaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy's Joint Genome Institute (JGI).
In 2007 we also started a collaboration with Jake Lusis at UCLA to fine map regions of the Mouse Genome. Which we concluded in Fall 2008.
In Fall 2008 we started a collaboration with MCDB172 Matteo Pellegrini Sabeeha Merchant and Steven Karpowicz at UCLA on the annotation of the Chlamydomonas Genome.
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