TCGA | TCGA Pan-Cancer Analysis Genomic alterations in diverse cell types at different sites in the body give rise to hundreds of different forms of cancer, and the ways in which these changes result in tumors with different biology, pathology and treatment strategies are beginning to be characterized. The TCGA Research Network has catalogued aberrations in the DNA, chromatin and RNA of the genomes of thousands of tumors relative to matched normal cellular genomes and has analyzed their epigenetic and protein consequences. Here the Pan-Cancer initiative examines the similarities and differences among the genomic and cellular alterations found in the first dozen tumor types to be profiled by TCGA.
English Communication for Scientists | Learn Science at Scitable
Mill Hill Essays | MRC National Institute for Medical Research, London
Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Spotlight : Spotlight : Leukemia
Public Library of Bioinformatics | focus on bioinformatics
Biomarkers and Personalized Medicine
Next-generation sequencing technologies are revolutionising genomics and their effects are becoming increasingly widespread. Life Sciences & Mathematics & Physical Sciences | Bioinformatics | Next Generation Sequencing
Ron Fredericks writes: Dr. Saptarshi Guha created an open-source interface between R and Hadoop called the R and Hadoop Integrated Processing Environment or RHIPE for short. LectureMaker was on the scene filming Saptarshi’s RHIPE presentation to the Bay Area’s useR Group, introduced by Michael E. Driscoll and hosted at Facebook’s Palo Alto office on March 9′th 2010. Special thanks to Jyotsna Paintal for helping me film the event. RHIPE: An Interface Between Hadoop and R for Large and Complex Data Analysis | LectureMaker, LLC
Computational Biology Center We pursue basic and exploratory research at the interface of information technology and biology. Information technology plays a vital role in enabling new science and discovery in biology. Advances in high throughput and platform technologies in biology present an unprecedented challenge in scale, management, and analysis of biological data. Advances in computing architecture and scale are enabling simulations of complex biological processes at various organizational levels from atomic to cellular and beyond.
Web services for bioinformatics, Part 1 Web services for life sciences The IBM alphaWorks article on web services for life sciences is an example set of web services that offers standard bioinformatics applications and demonstrates the technology (See Resources). The project is written in Java and mainly acts as a wrapper around existing bioinformatics applications. It allows researchers to search through the web service and obtain output through XML documents and to view intermediate steps throughout the request.
A growing collection of links to various TikZ and PGF resources. Various packages that extends or are built on top of TikZ and PGF. TikZ and PGF resources
Mathematics part 2 - Getting to grips with LaTeX - Andrew Roberts by Andrew Roberts This tutorial builds on the basic foundations presented in the previous tutorial. If you often include a lot of maths in your documents, then you will probably find that you wish to have slightly more control over presentation issues. Some of the topics covered make writing equations more complex - but who said typesetting mathematics was easy?!
Bioinformatics Organization - Bioinformatics.Org
November 10: Provide an outline of your work, as well as a preliminary list of references; Develop your presentation skills. The format of the projects is quite flexible. Bioinformatics Projects List
bioinformatics journal list | nodalpoint.org
I write the Metabolic Melodies and Verses for the BB100, BB 350, BB 450/550 and BB 451/551 classes I teach at Oregon State University. You can download full recordings of my songs for free here. If you'd like to watch my lectures featuring these songs, you can select from collections of them HERE, HERE, and HERE. Kevin Ahern's Wildly Popular Metabolic Melodies
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Source Code for Biology and Medicine | All articles
Online Lectures on Bioinformatics
Canadian Bioinformatics Workshops | Bioinformatics.ca - Canadian Bioinformatics Workshops (CBW)
MCL - a cluster algorithm for graphs