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

Tip of the Week: BioProject

submitted by: OpenHelix

A quick intro to BioProject. For more information see http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=11931

Tip of the Week: TFBS using Mapper

submitted by: OpenHelix

An intro to Mapper, a database of transcription factor binding sites. For more information, check the blog at http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=11517

Tip of the Week: eGIFT, extracting gene information from text

submitted by: OpenHelix

This week's tip is on eGIFT, a tool that allows you to extract information from text. For more information, check out the post at http://blog.openhelix.eu/wp-admin/post.php?post=11293

Tip of the Week: eggNOG, orthologous genes

submitted by: OpenHelix

A 5 minute tip on eggNOG, database of orthologous genes. Check out our blog post for more information: http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=10634

Tip of the Week: MapMi, mapping miRNA sequences

submitted by: OpenHelix

Today's tip is on MapMi, a tool to map miRNA sequences to genomic sequences. See http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=10282 for more information

Tip of the Week: Getting flanking sequence of genomic locations

submitted by: OpenHelix

This week's tip is on using Galaxy to get flanking sequence. See http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=9808 for more information.

YeastMine Widgets: GO Term Enrichment

submitted by: yeastgenome

This tutorial demonstrates how to use YeastMine to obtain a GO Term Enrichment analysis for a gene list.

Tip of the Week: Plant comparative genomics with Plaza

submitted by: OpenHelix

This week's tip is how to get gene family phylogenies from Plaza, a plant comparative genomics resources. More information here: http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=9664

Tip of the Week: CoGe, Comparative Evolution

submitted by: OpenHelix

Todays tip is on the CoGe tool, SynMap and how to analyze genomic rearrangements. For more information visit the blog post: http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=9450