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Pathway and Network Analysis 2014 Module 3 - Gene Regulation Analysis

Overview of transcription Data sources for regulatory data - Chromatin IP, DNA hypersensitivity, other chip data Basics of processing data Pattern discovery

Keywords: Pattern discovery, Transcriptional regulation

Pathway and Network Analysis 2014 Module 3 - Gene Regulation Analysis https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/pathway-and-network-analysis-2014-module-3-gene-regulation-analysis Overview of transcription Data sources for regulatory data - Chromatin IP, DNA hypersensitivity, other chip data Basics of processing data Pattern discovery Pattern discovery, Transcriptional regulation Biologists, Genomicists, Computer Scientists Graduate Students Post-Doctoral Fellows Researchers 2014-06-26 2017-10-09
Pathway and Network Analysis 2014 Module 1 - Introduction to Gene Lists

Gene list analysis overview: Workflow of concepts and tools from gene list to pathway analysis Where do gene lists come from? Working with gene function information

Keywords: Gene lists, Gene ontology

Pathway and Network Analysis 2014 Module 1 - Introduction to Gene Lists https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/pathway-and-network-analysis-2014-module-1-introduction-to-gene-lists Gene list analysis overview: Workflow of concepts and tools from gene list to pathway analysis Where do gene lists come from? Working with gene function information Gene lists, Gene ontology Biologists, Genomicists, Computer Scientists Graduate Students Post-Doctoral Fellows Researchers 2014-06-26 2017-10-09
Bioinformatics: Gene-protein-structure-function

This presentation examines the available in silico tools for protein structure and function prediction. It examines the major protein family databases (PROSITE, PRINTS, Pfam, etc.), and explores why tools like PSI-BLAST, while convenient and easy to use, may not always give optimal results. The...

Keywords: Expert systems, Genequiz, Protein family characterisation, Protein family databases, Protein sequence analysis, Psi blast

Bioinformatics: Gene-protein-structure-function https://tess.elixir-europe.org/materials/bioinformatics-gene-protein-structure-function This presentation examines the available in silico tools for protein structure and function prediction. It examines the major protein family databases (PROSITE, PRINTS, Pfam, etc.), and explores why tools like PSI-BLAST, while convenient and easy to use, may not always give optimal results. The presentation concludes with an analysis of 'expert' systems and integrated approaches (GeneQuiz, MAGPIE, InterPro, etc.), and dispels the commonly held notion that one database and/or one analysis tool is best. Expert systems, Genequiz, Protein family characterisation, Protein family databases, Protein sequence analysis, Psi blast beginner bioinformaticians biocurators postdoc postgrad 2013-07-12 2017-10-09