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Large-scale biology projects such as the sequencing of the human genome and gene expression surveys using RNA-seq, microarrays and other technologies have created a wealth of data for biologists. However, the challenge facing scientists is analyzing and even accessing these data to extract useful information pertaining to the system being studied. This course focuses on employing existing bioinformatic resources – mainly web-based programs and databases – to access the wealth of data to answer questions relevant to the average biologist, and is highly hands-on. Topics covered include multiple sequence alignments, phylogenetics, gene expression data analysis, and protein interaction networks, in two separate parts. The first part, Bioinformatic Methods I, dealt with databases, Blast, multiple sequence alignments, phylogenetics, selection analysis and metagenomics. This, the second part, Bioinformatic Methods II, will cover motif searching, protein-protein interactions, structural bioinformatics, gene expression data analysis, and cis-element predictions. This pair of courses is useful to any student considering graduate school in the biological sciences, as well as students considering molecular medicine. These courses are based on one taught at the University of Toronto to upper-level undergraduates who have some understanding of basic molecular biology. If you're not familiar with this, something like https://learn.saylor.org/course/bio101 might be helpful. No programming is required for this course although some command line work (though within a web browser) occurs in the 5th module. Bioinformatic Methods II is regularly updated, and was last updated for March 2019....

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RG

Apr 06, 2017

Gives the student real world exposure to the tools to study proteins gene regulation, etc. Instructor is involved and friendly. Highly recommended for someone who is interested in contemporary

NM

Jan 09, 2018

Hi Nicholas, Thank you so much for giving a lot of information. Bioinformatic Methods II was little difficult but understood after repeating the lad discussions. Thanks a lot.

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por Deepthi C

Jul 24, 2016

very useful!!!

por MAHAMADOU A N

Jul 16, 2017

Thanks a lot! Thanks for the time spent to teach us this Nice Bioinformatic Methods II!

por Maaly a

Apr 24, 2017

Very useful and interesting course

por Rajeswara R E

Sep 06, 2017

Truly Knowledgeable course........

por José L V A

Sep 02, 2017

Excellent!

por Padma S

Sep 16, 2017

An amazing course....highly recommended.

por Nissi P M

Jan 09, 2018

Hi Nicholas, Thank you so much for giving a lot of information. Bioinformatic Methods II was little difficult but understood after repeating the lad discussions. Thanks a lot.

por saroj p

Mar 25, 2016

good but lengthy videos..

por Trevor S M

Oct 09, 2016

well structured and useful course

por Dina A M A

Jun 27, 2019

very great

por Michael C

Aug 16, 2019

Excellent course! The professor was great and very responsive to the forums on the course.

por Nurudeen O O

Sep 12, 2019

The course is nicely put together. The hands-on experience with the lab exercises makes the course more experiential. I have gained both the knowledge of the latest tools and programs used in Bioinformatics.

por Catalin P

Sep 01, 2018

Quite good introductory course for Bioinformatics.

por Anne-Karina P

Oct 29, 2015

introduction to many useful online data resources

por Kolchenko S

Jul 15, 2017

This was extremely usefull course for me. The only thing I can suggest is making a small course book with all methods from this course. As for assignments, probably it could be better no include more questions to it, like it has been done in lab notes, not just five.

por Erdős G

Aug 14, 2015

At first the questions were wrong, but i contacted with the professor and he corrected them.