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This course describes how to obtain information about a human gene at all levels of the central dogma of life, genome, transcript and protein, and prediction of transcription factors regulating its expression. It also covers information about single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in the gene and which ones are known to be associated with disease.

  Objectives:

I. Genomic and transcript related information

  • chromosome location
  • genomic, mRNA and protein sequence
  • alternative splice products and gene structure (exon-intron locations)
  • SNPs in the gene and which ones are known to be associated with a phenotype

II. Protein related information

  • protein function
  • pathways and downloading all genes in that pathway

III. Publications

  • publications documenting experiments that add to our understanding of the HRAS gene

IV. Regulation of expression

  • prediction of transcription factor binding sites
Date:
Thursday, March 9, 2017
Time:
1:30pm - 4:00pm
Location:
Training Room
Campus:
NIH Library
Categories:
Bioinformatics Curriculum
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Event Organizer

Medha Bhagwat
Brigit Sullivan