The Bioinformatics Core is a unique piece of the Department of Computational Medicine & Bioinformatics which “provides computing, data infrastructure, and bioinformatics analysis to support research activities”. In this upcoming session on October 11th from 10:00AM-11:30AM, they will share methods for interpreting the computing and bioinformatic analysis provided based on your samples.
Title: Resources for Interpreting Gene/Protein Lists”
Description: You send your samples to the DNA Sequencing Core, the data goes to the Bioinformatics Core
, and then you receive a spreadsheet of genes and proteins. What do you do now? Come learn about various resources and methods for interpreting a long list of genes and proteins at the Bioinformatics Core’s fall training session on October 11 from 10:00am to 11:30am in Palmer Commons, Great Lakes Central. We will cover, among others, the Gene ontology (GO) database and DAVID Bioinformatics’s resources.