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  • Should you get sequenced? Not all bad genes predict disease

    “What we really don’t know yet is whether the predictive aspects of the genome are going to turn out to be beneficial or potentially harmful” “As we roll out genomic medicine we are fighting against this society-wide misconception that having the bad gene means you’...

    Tags: Sequencing, health, medicine, genes, disease

    1607 days ago

  • Best book Titles for Learning Bionformatics

    Nothing can add to our intellect more than reading a book.  In books, we can experience new things that we would not normally be able to experience. It is proved that books can change our lives and other people’s lives. Reading can make us more intelligent, updated, imaginative. Withou...

    Tags: bioinformatics, computational biology, machine learning, statisitics, data mining, algorithms, sequence analysis, structure analysis, database, phylogeny, genes, strings, MSA

    1623 days ago

  • Obesity related genetics! http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v518/n7538/full/nature14132.html #obesity #genes #gwas

    Tags: obesity, genes, gwas

    1076 days ago

  • Leading edge analysis reports #Tags to indicate the percentage of #genes contributing to the #enrichment score, http://www.r-bloggers.com/leading-edge-analysis/ #R

    Tags: Tags, genes, enrichment, R

    551 days ago

  • Tools for bacterial whole genome annotation

    RAST – Web tool (upload contigs), uses the subsystems in the SEED database and provides detailed annotation and pathway analysis. Takes several hours per genome but I think this is the best way to get a high quality annotation (if you have only a few genomes to annotate). Pr...

    Tags: Tools, bacterial, whole, genome, annotation, prokaryotic, genes

    37 days ago

  • 2.4 Mb Genome Size for World's Biggest Virus

    The genome size of new discovered Pandoraviruses have roughly twice the size of the record-holding Megavirus genomic code. Interestingly only 6 percent of its genes resembled the genes other organisms. It is assume that it may come from a different origin. For detail : http://www.sciencemag.org/...

    Tags: Pandoraviruses, Megavirus, Genes, Genome Size, Virus, Biggest Virus, Ancient Root

    1628 days ago

  • 33rd Annual Convention of Indian Association for Cancer Research from 13th to 15th February 2014

    RGCB is organizing the 33rd Annual Convention of Indian Association for Cancer Research from 13th to 15th February 2014 with the theme "Discovery, Innovation and Translation in Cancer Research" Kindly log on to conference website http://rgcb.res.in/IACR2014 for further details and timely updat...

    Tags: Conference, Genes, Genome, Molecular biology, Bioinformatics, Cancer

    1609 days ago

  • From Genes to Shape at London, United Kingdom

    How does digital information in a linear DNA sequence lead to the dynamic shape of individual cells, such as pollen tubes and neurons, and growing multicellular structures such as flowers or wings? Recent advances in genetics, imaging, cell biology, biophysics and computational biology are being ...

    Tags: Conference, Genes, Genome, Molecular biology, Bioinformatics

    1621 days ago

  • Fourth Branch of Life

    Scientist have found the biggest viruses known, pandoraviruses which opened up entirely /completely... new questions questions and raise objections to in science. It even suggesting a fourth domain of life. The new visrus are about one micron—a thousandth of a millimeter—in length, t...

    Tags: Pandoraviruses, Megavirus, Genes, Genome Size, Virus, Biggest Virus, Ancient Root

    1596 days ago

  • Kamaleshwar Singh Lab

    The focus of Dr. Singh’s research and teaching is on the molecular mechanistic basis for environmental carcinogen-induced genetic (DNA damage) and epigenetic changes, and susceptibility to human cancer development More at http://www.tiehh.ttu.edu/dr.-kamaleshwar-singh.html

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Research, Chromosome, Genes, Cancer, Kamaleshwar, Texa Tech

    668 days ago