Michael Grünstäudl (Gruenstaeudl), PhD

Researcher at the Freie Universität Berlin

Archiv der Kategorie 'lab work'

Water Lilies in the morning

The early botanist catches the data This week I collected some live plant material from our fantastic collection of water lilies for future sequencing of complete chloroplast genomes.     Among the specimens collected was also the white water lily (Nymphaea ampla DC.), an enigmatic species that grows throughout Mesoamerica and that seems to have […]

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Identifying oligonucleotide primers via the commandline

Priming for success It has been several years since I last developed a pair of customized oligonucleotide primers for DNA sequencing. At that time I tended to operate software via GUIs, not knowing that an entire toolkit of commandline tools exists, which can get the job done faster and more efficiently. Today I have an […]

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