- Research Grants
PhD student, Interunits Post-Graduation Program in Bioinformatics, University of São Paulo (USP). (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Here we propose to integrate next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies into studies of the evolution of chemical defense in poison frogs. From a phylogenetic standpoint, the integration of NGS technologies into phylogenetic systematics promises to lead to more severely tested and complete hypotheses and provide new options for studying the evolution of chemical defense in amphibians...
Despite the availability of second-generation sequencing technologies that allows rapid acquisition of molecular data at feasible prices, computational difficulties in analyzing large sequence datasets and the lack of reference genomes for frogs have posed difficulties to the advance of anuran genomics. To date, only two whole-genomes and 81 complete mitochondrial genomes have been publ...
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