20120510 - Protein Prediction 1 - Introduction PP1 Summer 2012 - Structure Prediction Part I

submitted by: rostlab

Date: 20120510
Course: Protein Prediction 1
Title: Introduction PP1 Summer 2012 - Structure Prediction Part I
Lecturer: Andrea Schafferhans

20120508 - Protein Prediction 1 - Introduction to Protein Prediction Summer 2012 - Structure Comparison

submitted by: rostlab

Date: 20120508
Course: Protein Prediction 1
Title: Introduction PP1 Summer 2012 - Structure Comparison
Lecturer: Andrea Schafferhans

20120503 - Protein Prediction 1 - Introduction to Protein Prediction 1 Summer 2012 - Membrane Prediction 1

submitted by: rostlab

Date: 20120503
Course: Protein Prediction 1
Title: Introduction to Protein Prediction 1 - Membrane Prediction 1
Lecturer: Burkhard Rost

20120426 - Protein Prediction 1 - Introduction to Protein Prediction 1 Summer 2012 - Machine Learning for Molecular Biology

submitted by: rostlab

Date: 20120426
Course: Protein Prediction 1
Title: Introduction to Protein Prediction 1 - Machine Learning for Molecular Biology
Lecturer: Burkhard Rost

20120424 - Protein Prediction 1 - Introduction to Protein Prediction 1 Summer 2012 - Intro 1: Amino Acids

submitted by: rostlab

Date: 20120424
Course: Protein Prediction 1
Title: Introduction Protein Prediction 1 Summer 2012 - Intro 1: Amino Acids
Lecturer: Burkhard Rost

Tip of the Week: ChromoHub

submitted by: OpenHelix

Today's tip of the week is on Chromohub, an annotated phylogeny of chromatin mediated signaling genes. For more information, check out our blog post at http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=12671

Patches and Haplotypes in the Human Genome

submitted by: gspudich

Why are patches included in Ensembl? How is it possible to view a patch alongside the primary sequence? We explore the current human genome (GRCh37) in this video.

An Introduction to Biomedical Nomenclature: Part IV, Strain Nomenclature

submitted by: RGD.Videos
Learn how to use biomedical nomenclature to name to strains that you or your research group develop or to find a strain that meets your research needs with this informative tutorial. Using effective nomenclature will help to disambiguate your data will help you to present it to your colleagues in a clear and meaningful way. For a copy of RGNC’s complete set of rules on nomenclature, visit: http://rgd.mcw.edu/nomen/nomen.shtml Or contact us at: rgd.data@mcw.edu

Video Tip of the Week: Publications track in UCSC Genome Browser

submitted by: OpenHelix

An important new track in the UCSC Genome Browser provides text mining results from the literature to annotate genomic regions. For more details see http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=12420 .

Tip of the Week: Visualizing Galaxy

submitted by: OpenHelix

A tip of the week introducing visualizing genomic data using Galaxy's visualization tool. For more information, check out the blog post at http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=12439