Talk at PAG meeting 2020
Updated: Jul 28, 2022
Frédéric presented our results on sequencing high quality genomes from roadkill for genome-wide species delimitation in ant-eating carnivorans at the Plant and Animal Genome conference in San Diego, CA, USA (PAG 2020). This annual conference is the "grand messe" of genomics and it was an honor to be selected for a talk this year. Thanks to Elinor Karlsson and Ellie Armstrong for organizing the "Feline and Canine Genomics Workshop". It was also the occasion for Frédéric to visit his long-time friend Cynthia Steiner at the San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research and collaborators Se Jin Song and Yoshiki Vazquez-Baeza from the Center for Microbiome Innovation (CMI) at the University of California at San Diego (UCSD).
Allio R., Tilak M.-K., Scornavacca C., Avenant N.L., Corre E., Nabholz B. & Delsuc F.* (11-15 January 2020). High quality reference genomes from roadkill enable species delimitation in aardwolf and bat-eared fox. 28th Plant and Animal Genome Conference PAGXVIII (San Diego, CA, USA). [Oral communication]
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