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Alternative Splicing - Molecular Cloning

...scripts that had yet to be discovered. They took a bioinformatics approach, using a database of all alternatively spliced RNAs compiled by co-authors Terry Gaasterland and Bahar Taneri, to search for new genes that had clusters of Nova binding sites. Of the 50 or so transcripts with such clusters, 30 turned out to ...

Antibiotic Inhibits Cancer Gene Activity

...ject thus far. Senthil Radhakrishnan, a visiting bioinformatics expert at UIC, is first author of the paper. Uppoor Bhat, Douglas Hughes and I-Ching Wang also contributed to the study. The research was supported by the 2006 Penny Severns Award from the Illinois Department of Public Health, the UIC Department of...

An All Important Breakthrough Reached In Understanding T cell response For Parasitic Diseases

...analysis of the T. cruzi genome and proteome, with bioinformatics and cutting-edge techniques like advanced flow cytometry to unravel what is happening. Grant support for the research came from the National Institutes of Health. Source-EurekalertBR>VIK...

The Bovine DNA Sequence Unplugged

...tivity of the animal. Dr Brian Dalrymple, head of bioinformatics livestock research at Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, said, “We can use this data to identify those genes that are involved in important functions like lactation, reproduction, muscling, growth rate and disea...

Bioinformatics Made a Boon In Immune Response Study - LIAI Finds

...use this further validates the important role that bioinformatics can play in the development of diagnostic tools an...utaftsi was the lead author on the paper. While bioinformatics – which uses computer databases, algorithms and statistical techniques to analyze biological informa...

Infant Formula With High Iron Content Packs Brain Disorder

...ed by new developments in genomics, proteomics and bioinformatics technlogy. Source: Newswise...

Internet Based Tool, BGEM To Help In Study Of Brain Development

...ne discovery,' said Perdeep Mehta, group leader in bioinformatics at St. Jude's Hartwell Center for Bioinformatics and Biotechnology. 'A researcher who discovers a previously unrecognized gene that is expressed during brain development can rapidly determine how it fits into the overall scheme of brain development...

New Bioinformatics Centre to open in Andhra

...state-of-the-art centre of excellence// in medical bioinformatics here. Jointly established and managed by the Cen...cific Bioinformatics Network (APBioNet) to promote bioinformatics education with connectivity to similar centres of excellence across the globe. In this $5 million ...

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