Das Search a new capability for DAS servers

submitted by: Jonathan_Warren

Talk by Gustavo Salazar at the DAS workshop 2011 on DAS search urls and an implementation in the MyDAS Java based DAS server.

Dalliance, a New Dynamic Genomic Browser

submitted by: Jonathan_Warren

Dalliance is a dynamic javascript genomic browser that uses DAS. Talk given by Thomas Down at the DAS workshop 2011 at Hinxton, Cambridge, UK

DAS Security Overview of Options

submitted by: Jonathan_Warren

DAS Security Overview of Options presented by Gustavo Salazar at the DAS workshop at Hinxton in Cambridge 2011

EasyDAS presentation by Bernat Gel- DAS workshop 2011

submitted by: Jonathan_Warren

EasyDAS is a web client for creating Distributed Annotation Servers that are hosted on the EBI computers.

Tip of the Week: ORegAnno for regulatory annotation

submitted by: OpenHelix

Literature-curated annotation of regulatory elements + visualize them with UCSC Genome Browser. http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=7567 for links and references.

Tip of the Week: DAnCER for disease-annotated epigenetics data

submitted by: OpenHelix

DAnCER allows exploration of chromatin modifications and disease relationships; see http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=7245 for links and references.

Tip of the Week: Melina II for promoter analysis

submitted by: OpenHelix

Melina II is a handy interface for motif discovery. For details and references see our blog at http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=7124 .

Tip of the Week: SIFT: Sorting Intolerant (SNPs) From Tolerant

submitted by: OpenHelix

Today's Tip of the Week is a quick intro to SIFT, find more information at: http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=7098

Tip of the Week: RCSB PDB Data Distribution Summaries

submitted by: OpenHelix

For more information about this resource please see our blog post at URL http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=6978. In today's tip I will feature the data distribution summaries and their drill down features which you can see from many RCSB PDB searches.

Women In Bioinformatics Seminar Series Documentary Trailer

submitted by: WomenInBioinformatics

A series of speakers sharing their ground breaking science and their journeys as women in a predominantly male subject area.