Milner Genomics Centre
The Milner Genomics Centre provides genome sequencing and analysis for evolution research.
We conduct rapid, competitively priced, genome sequencing, assembly and databasing/analysis, both collaboratively and as a service.
We collaborate with the public sector, academia and industry. We welcome opportunities to support your projects, offering expert advice and technical support.
Some examples of genomics projects within the Milner Centre for Evolution
- Tracing the origin of Theodor Escherich’s original E. coli strain - The Lancet Infectious Diseases, Volume 16, p634–636, June 2016
- Human to monkey transfer of Staphylococcus aureus in The Gambia - Applied and Environmental Microbiology, in press, Oct 2016
- Explaining the evolution of pre-historic crustaceans - Molecular Biology and Evolution Volume 29, 1031-1045, March 2012
- Understanding variation in the mutation rate within an organism's genome – Nature, Volume 523, p463-467, July 2015
- Regulatory gene networks in human brain development - BMC Developmental Biology, Volume 16, p13, May 2016
- Temperature related outbreaks of the water borne pathogens in the genus vibrio - Emerging Infectious Diseases, Volume 22, p1216-1220, July 2016