Setting up quantitative phylogenetic analysis system for microbial communities’ metagenomic data (QIIME)
Quantitative and phylogenetic analysis system for metagenomic data (QIIME -Quantitative Insights into Microbial Ecology) was set up by the Iranian Biological Resource Center (IBRC) specialists
|14:29 - 09/11/2015||More >>|
Signing international scientific Memorandum of Understanding with Erasmus University Rotterdam of Netherlands
Iranian Biological Resource Center (IBRC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Erasmus University Medical Center (Erasmus MC) for scientific and international collaboration in order to fulfil the goals and missions of IBRC.
|12:03 - 20/02/2015||More >>|
Discovering a Unique Family of Microorganisms in Iranian Biological Rresource Center
Researchers of microorganisms’ bank of Iranian Biological Resource Center (IBRC) succeeded in isolating, identifying and recording a family of yeasts.
|12:10 - 11/11/2014||More >>|
Establishment a sustainable cell collection of Markhoz goat for genetic conservation
Human and animal cell bank of the Iranian Biological Resource Center (IBRC) succeeded in compiling, producing and maintain a cell collection containing 58 fibroblast cell lines of Markhoz goat.
|12:50 - 3/08/2014||More >>|
Unparalleled Success of Iranian Biological Resource Center (IBRC) in Discovering 30 New Species of Microorganisms
Iranian Biological Resource Center (IBRC) succeeded in introducing 30 new species of microorganisms to the world during its four-year operation. However, over the past three decades, only 8 new species had been introduced by Iran.
|12:48 - 1/07/2014||More >>|
Start up of Filamentous Fungi and Yeast Collection in Iranian Biological Resource Center
Filamentous Fungi and Yeast collection started up in Microorganisms Bank of Iranian Biological Resource Center (IBRC).
|12:45 - 7/06/2014||More >>|
Concluding Academic and International Memorandum of Understanding between Japan’s University of Tsukuba and Iranian Biological Resource Center
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for joint scientific and international collaboration was signed by genetic research center of Japan’s University of Tsukuba and Iranian Biological Resource Center (IBRC) in line with achievement of objectives and missions of the Center.
|12:17 - 27/05/2014||More >>|
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