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Using BioLOD - Biophenome Linked Open Databases - users can search inferentially and browse features of various resources including genes and bio-resources from which observable characteristics and behavior known as phenotypes have been reported in literature, annotations and the like. All data can be downloaded wholly using various standard file formats like RDF and GFF. Users can also freely register how their novel phenotypic information relates to each resource. All data is organized by ontological hierarchies based on semantic web technology standards including LOD (Linked Open Data) OWL and OBO (Web Ontology Language and Open Biomedical Ontology). In the future BioLOD plans to provide a variety of tools and workflows to work with this data. Powered by Home | BioLOD.org, The Download Hub of Biological Linked Open Databases for Phenomes Home | BioLOD.org, The Download Hub of Biological Linked Open Databases for Phenomes
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BioSharing Once again BioSharing and ISA Commons are highlighted! "Encouraging more broad and inclusive data sharing in today's world will involve concerted community efforts to overcome technical barriers and human foible." writes Vivien Marx for a Nature Biotechnology news feature. " In January, over 50 researchers from 30 academic and commercial organizations ..... the Investigation-Study-Assay (ISA) Commons, which promises to streamline data sharing among different databases..In this era of collaborative big science, researchers only move forward by “walking together"..says BioSharing co-founder Susanna-Assunta Sansone of the University of Oxford". "My data are your data" also features work from other colleagues, such Scott Edmunds (GigaScience, BGI, BMC), Barend Mons (Open PHACTS, NBIC), Stephen Friend (Sage Bionetworks) and many others. BioSharing
Those helping the BioSharing Team to enrich the content to the catalogues are acknowledged here: Iain Hrynaszkiewicz, Guillaume Susbielle, Naomi Attar, BMC Nick Lynch, AstraZeneca Communities | BioSharing Communities | BioSharing
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Interpretome Load your genome file (upper-right corner) and choose some of the analyses above. Currently, only raw data files from 23andme and Lumigenix (unzipped) are supported. Sample genotype files (and a description of the individuals) can be found here. A detailed description of the website design and some of the modules can be found in our PSB paper as well as in blog posts here and here. Interpretome is intended for educational and research purposes only. No information should be considered diagnostic and as with any genetic testing service, the interpretation is not regulated by the FDA. Interpretome
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This Week in Virology — A netcast about viruses – the kind that make you sick This Week in Virology — A netcast about viruses – the kind that make you sick Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Alan Dove, Rich Condit, and Kathy Spindler Vincent, Alan, Rich and Kathy review a protease essential for influenza pathogenesis in mice, and directionality of rhinovirus RNA exit from the capsid. Click arrow to play Download TWiV 267 (69 MB .mp3, 95 min) Subscribe (free): iTunes, RSS, email Links for this episode Protease essential for influenza pathogenesis in mice (PLoS Path)Rhinovirus uncoating is directional (PLoS Path)Fluorescence correlation spectroscopyCapillary electrophoresis (Wiki)Letters read on TWiV 267
Save the date for the BioQUEST 2014 Workshop! Join us as we focus on interdisciplinarity in STEM higher education. BioQUEST Faculty Summer 2014 Workshop University of Delaware June 21 – 28, 2014 BioQUEST actively supports undergraduate biology education through collaborative development of open curricula in which students pose problems, solve problems, and engage in peer review. BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium | Biology Curriculum Development | Curriculum Resources BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium | Biology Curriculum Development | Curriculum Resources
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