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Bioinformatics and Proteomics

Material type: Lectures , Notes , Books , Readings
Course Level: Beginner
Submitted by Mr Jean Safari -

Does not contain complete lectures set. Designed for those with a computational and/or engineering background.

RNA-Seq Analysis

Material type: Lectures , Notes
Course Level: Basic
Submitted by Mr Jean Safari -

Overview of an analysis workflow for expression analysis of RNA-seq data

Introduction to Unix

Material type: Lectures , Notes
Course Level: Basic
Submitted by Mr Jean Safari -

Basic introduction to Unix, Linux, command line

Parsing data records using Python programming

Material type: Lectures , Notes
Course Level: Basic
Submitted by Mr Jean Safari -

Introduction to parsing data files using Python with practical examples given

Linear Motifs and Phosphorylation sites

Material type: Lectures , Notes
Course Level: Basic
Submitted by Mr Jean Safari -

Introduction to linear motifs and phosphorylation sites (P-sites). Overview of computational tools and approaches available to predict linear motifs and P-sites.

Introductions to Linux, Perl and Python

Material type: Lectures , Notes , Exercises , Solutions
Course Level: Basic
Submitted by Mr Jean Safari -

Introduction to Unix, Perl and Python for bioinformatics analyses.

Interpreting phylogenies

Material type: Lectures , Notes , Exercises , Solutions
Course Level: Basic , Intermediate
Submitted by Mr Jean Safari -

Application of phylogenetic approaches, introduction to phylogenetic terms and methods, multiple sequence alignment theory, structural alignments, interpretation of phylogenetic trees

Introduction to Bioinformatics

Material type: Lectures , Notes
Course Level: Basic
Submitted by Mr Jean Safari -

General introduction to the concept of bioinformatics focusing on the generation and accuracy of data in online databases using UniProt as an example

Introduction to multiple sequence alignments

Material type: Lectures , Notes
Course Level: Basic
Submitted by Mr Jean Safari -

An introduction to multiple sequence alignments(MSAs) for biologists with a focus of protein alignments. Description of methods to build MSAs as well as the interpretation of MSAs(structural and evolutionary). Includes an introduction to JalView which is used for the visualisation and manipulation of MSAs

Summarising sets of phylogenies

Material type: Lectures , Notes
Course Level: Basic , Intermediate
Submitted by Mr Jean Safari -

Basic introduction to concepts associated with methods used to summarise sets of phylogenies - emphasis on consensus trees and split networks