Training on next generation virome sequencing
Viruses are among the most abundant biological entities recorded, playing key roles in the environment. Our knowledge is limited about the spectrum of this species, its abundance and the distribution of patterns of viruses in the ecosystem. The EU-funded INEXTVIR project proposes cutting-edge next generation sequencing (NGS) technologies that allow for an unprecedented depth of analysis of the virome of selected agricultural crops and ecosystems across Europe. The training and research programme is timely, benefiting also from a pool of European input on work ranging from virus discovery and characterisation, to the evolving dynamics between virus populations in agricultural and wild ecosystems.
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Funding SchemeMSCA-ITN-ETN - European Training Networks