Congratulations to the 25 students and 3 teachers who completed the 2023 WSSP Summer Institute from 7/5/23 to 7/14/23. Students and teachers prepped more than 330 clones from the Landoltia punctata cDNA library and these have been sent for sequencing. Each student is currently performing the bioinformatic analysis on 4 for these clones. Connect here to learn more about the Summer Institute and pictures of the students at work.
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Congratulations to the 50 students who participated in the June 2023 WISE program at the Waksman Institute from 6/20/23 to 6/30/23! The analysis of their sequences is complete and will soon be submitted to NCBI. Click here to see a list of the participants and their clones that will be published on the NCBI est database. NOTE: We are no longer reviewing these sequences on DSAP.
Sequences for the 2022-2023 WSSP Program have now been posted on the NCBI site! Go to the published sequences page to see if your clone from your school has been posted. https://wssp.rutgers.edu/wssp22-published-dna-sequences
The DSAP used by students for the 2021-2022 academic year will be shut down on 7/8/2022. After that point clones will no longer be reviewed for submission to NCBI. All unfinished clones will be used for analysis by students participating in the program in future years.
121 sequences analyzed by students in the 2021 WSSP Summer Institute have now been posted on the NCBI DNA sequence database. Go to the WSSP21 Published DNA Sequences page to see the link for your sequence.
135 sequences analyzed by students in the vWISE June 2021 program have now been posted on the NCBI DNA sequence database. Go to the vWISE-June 2021 Published Sequences page to see the link for your sequence.
Sequences analyzed by students in the vWISE Spring 2021 program have now been posted on the NCBI DNA sequence database. Go to the vWISE-Spring 2021 Published Sequences page to see the link for your sequence.
Sequences for the 2020-2021 WSSP Program have now been posted ont eh NCBI site! Go to the published sequences page to see if your clone from your school has been posted. https://wssp.rutgers.edu/wssp20-published-dna-sequences
3/29/21 100 New sequences from the 2020-2021 WSSP have been posted on NCBI. Go to the publshed sequences page and look up your school to see if yours has been posted.
<p>Congratulations to the 66 students who particiapted in the June 2020 vWISE Program. 44 students have already completed all of their PCs and 29 sequences are ready to be submitted to NCBI! Remeber to keep working on your clones to get them finshed.</p>