Genome Quest

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Genomics research holds the possibility for transforming personalized medicine, consumer industries and the environment. However, in order to make decisions organizations must integrate and provide a single view of silos of genomic data. Past approaches have relied on database technology and have not succeeded due to maintenance costs, poor user interfaces, lack of scalability, or inability to change. Our mission is to use search, not database technology to cost-effectively deliver relevant...

Genomic association study (CHIP-Seq) of Liver X receptors beta in combination with gene expression analysis

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Genomic association study (CHIP-Seq) of Liver X receptors beta in combination with gene expression analysis presented by Lana Garmire, Bioengineering, UC San Diego

Gary Schroth Analysis of the Human Transcriptome by Next-Gen Sequencing

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Gary Schroth Analysis of the Human Transcriptome by Next-Gen Sequencing presented by Gary Schroth, Illumina, Inc.

Empirical methods for controlling false positives and estimating confidence in ChIP-seq peaks

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Empirical methods for controlling false positives and estimating confidence in ChIP-seq peaks presented by David Nix, Huntsman Cancer Institute, Utah

DNA Star

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DNASTAR was founded by University of Wisconsin Professor of Genetics Frederick Blattner and his student colleague John Schroeder in the early 1980s. DNASTAR was among the early pioneers in bioinformatics. As personal computing was coming on the scene, Fred and John saw an opportunity to provide turnkey solutions to geneticists and other molecular biologists when working with DNA and protein sequences. DNASTAR's mission then was the same as it is today: to provide life scientists with the...

Dick McCombie Targeted resequencing with long range PCR and hybrid capture

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Targeted resequencing with long range PCR and hybrid capture presented by W. Richard McCombie, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory