Summary of Subgroup Discussions for Metagenomics 2008

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John Wooley of UC San Diego makes Closing Remarks for the Metagenomics 2008 Conference

Structural Genomics (SG) & Beginning a Research Dialogue with the Metagenomics Community

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Ian Wilson of The Scripps Research Institute & Stephen Burley, Eli Lilly & Co. Presents "Structural Genomics (SG) & Beginning a Research Dialogue with the Metagenomics Community"

Rational Approaches of Data Management Across Boodles of Data

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Rational Approaches of Data Management Across Boodles of Data

TimeLogic

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Delivering the performance equivalent of hundreds to over one thousand CPU cores per accelerated node, the TimeLogic solutions are ideal for data-intensive next-generation genomics. Life science institutions worldwide have chosen the TimeLogic brand as their optimal solution for high-throughput bioinformatics. The DeCypher and CodeQuest biocomputing solutions blend proven bioinformatics algorithms with ultra-fast accelerator hardware to achieve a perfect combination of performance, accuracy,...

Implementing MIGS/MIMS: The Genomic Contextual

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The MIGS/MIMS checklist developed by the Genomic Standards Consortium (GSC) aims to enrich our ever growing data collection of genomic and metagenomic sequences. Therefore, the checklist defines what minimal list of contextual data attributes has to be added to the sequences in order to conform to the MIGS/MIMS specification. However, MIGS/MIMS itself does not specify how the contextual data should be documented; thus the GSC is developing the Genomic Contextual Data Markup Language (GCDML),...

Exploring Next Generation Sequencing Today

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Exploring Next Generation Sequencing Today, Thomas Jarvie, 454 Life Sciences