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  • New born babies get ready to know their whole genome soon!!!

    USA launch a pilot projects to examine medical information of newborn baby, which are being funded by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) and the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), both parts of the National Institutes of Heal...

    Tags: sequencing, babies, newborn, genome, NIH

    1295 days ago

  • Tigers genome sequenced

    Fifteen scientists led by Dr Jong Bhak of Genome Research Foundation, South Korea, decoded as many as 3 billion nucleotides (organic molecules that form the basic building blocks of nucleic acids, such as DNA). They identified 20,000 genes related to various functions of the tiger.  The big...

    Tags: Tiger, big cat, house cat, sequencing, genome, DNA, gene, mapping, Bengal tiger, Panthera

    1283 days ago

  • 320000 viruses in mammals yet to sequenced in future!!!

    With current biological technique improvements, finally it is now possible to look at millions of unknown viruses at genomic level and understand the mechanism. According to available data, close to 70 per cent of emerging viral diseases such as HIV/AIDS, West Nile, Ebola, SARS, and influenza, ar...

    Tags: Sequencing, RNA, DNA, Genome, Virus, Mammals, flying fox, HIV

    1297 days ago

  • Sorghum genome Sequenced!!

    Sorghum, a staple food for 500 million resource-poor people in marginal environments and a model for other important crops, sorghum holds vital genetic resources as humanity confronts the nexus of food crisis and climate change. The recent research provides an unmatched resource to respond to the...

    Tags: Sorghum, Crop, Genome, Nature

    1298 days ago

  • Update Genome Workbench 2.7.15 released

    NCBI Genome Workbench is an integrated application for viewing and analyzing sequence data. With Genome Workbench, you can view data in publically available sequence databases at NCBI, and mix this data with your own private data. Genome Workbench can display sequence data in many ways, includ...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Journals, Computational Biology, NCBI, Workbench, Genome, Visualization

    1121 days ago

  • The 8000 years old Tibetian gene mutation !!!

    A new study has provided insight into how gene mutation around 8,000 years ago helped Tibetans' to survive in the thin air on the Tibetan Plateau, where an average elevation is of 14,800 feet.A study led by University of Utah scientists is the first to find a genetic cause for the adaptation, a s...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Genome, Adaptation, Mutation, EGLN1, Gene, Tibetans

    946 days ago

  • deepTools

    deepTools addresses the challenge of handling the large amounts of data that are now routinely generated from DNA sequencing centers. To do so, deepTools contains useful modules to process the mapped reads data to create coverage files in standard bedGraph and bigWig file formats. By doing so, de...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, NGS, deepTools, Genome, RNA-Seq, Visualization, Tools

    866 days ago

  • Sequencing By Xpansion

    Sequencing By Xpansion (SBX) is a DNA sequencing method that uses a simple biochemical reaction to encode the sequence of a DNA molecule into a highly measurable surrogate called an Xpandomer. This single molecule approach produces enough Xpandomer in a single drop reaction to sequence an entire ...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Education, Sequence, Seq, Genome, Xpansion

    645 days ago

  • Genome Workbench 2.10.7

    Genome Workbench 2.10.7 is here! New features include added support for local custom BLAST databases and improvements to Tree View. For the full list of features, improvements and fixes, see the release notes:https://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/tools/gbench/releasenotes New Features BLAST Tool: added s...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Analysis, Visualization, Genome, Workbench, BLAST, Tree View.

    265 days ago