Miner Library and the University of Rochester’s CTSI team up to present the Molecular Biology Information Support Service (MBISS) – a new resource designed to assist investigators with genomic and proteomic analysis. As a component of this new service, three new workshops are being offered:
Genome and Database Searching: An Introduction – Learn how to navigate through genomic databases, especially the more common databases, NCBI and KEGG, and the resources available there.
Friday, March 18 from 1:00 – 1:55 p.m., in Miner’s Classroom 1 (1-6051)
NCBI’s BLAST: An Introduction – Learn to use one of NCBI’s most common resources, BLAST – Basic Local Alignment Search Tool – for sequence alignment, homology, primer design, translation, taxonomy, etc.
Monday, April 18 from 1:00-1:55 p.m., in Miner’s Classroom 1 (1-6051)
EntrezGene: An Introduction – Learn about how gene functions provide powerful insights into metabolic pathways, gene function, and diseases.
Friday, April 29 from 1:00-1:55 p.m., in the Nesbit Computer Classroom (G-7545)
For additional information about these workshops, contact Mark Plessinger at 275-6413 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is no charge for these classes, but registration is required. For more information and to register visit: Classes and Sign Up.