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Jay Hannah
Application Support / Development Specialist
Genetic Sequence Analysis Facility (GSAF), UNMC
Collaborative Laboratory for Applied Bioinformatics (CLAB), UNO PKI
jay@jays.net, UNMC DRC 1048, UNO PKI 253, mobile: 1-402-578-3976
Dr. Dhundy Bastola, UNO PKI 177D

Schedule

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13  BioCore mtg        
14                Omni   Omni   GSAF   GSAF   slack   Kiran mtg
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Notes to self

Flash cards

As I get deeper into the science side of bioinformatics, it occurred to me that every time I just a word or phrase I don't understand I should put it on flash cards. I haven't gotten around to actually doing the cards yet, so I thought I'd start my list here.

  • DNA - junk vs. trash?  :)
  • EST
  • RT-PCR
  • histone
  • oligo
  • shRNA
  • Rat Genome Sequence Assembly Consortium -- 3.4 is the same over 2 years
  • microsatellite
  • GEP - Gene Expression Profiling (just proteins)
    • CGH - Comparative Genomic Hybridization (entire genome)
      • tiling array (even more dense?)
  • HMM - Hidden Markov Model
  • graph theory
  • chromosomes: p arms vs. q arms
  • features: topological, functional, sequence-based
  • motif: protein bound to DNA upsteam of a CDS that regulates the gene
  • cytoband - the "bands" in [dia.org/wiki/Karyotype karyotyping. Also see Cytogenetics.
  • UTR
  • CpG island
  • SINEs and LINEs
  • Primer dimer prediction. I like these two tools: 1 2
  • PAM-250 scoring matrix
  • Scaffolds and linkage groups in the Celera Assembler aka "whole-genome shotgun (WGS) assembler software suite"
  • Workflow management
  • BioBricks and Registry of Standard Biological Parts: "To express a gene, we need a promoter, RBS, and terminator."
  • Synteny block: A "syntenic block" is a set of matches in which all the reference genes are located on the same reference sequence and all the query genes are located on the same query sequence.
    • Mercator (many-way genomic alignments) is what the GBrowse Synteny stuff is/was done with
    • Synteny is in chromosome space. Orthology is in genome space.
  • Operon
  • Artificial chromosmes: YAC (yeast), BAC (bacteria)
  • Community annotation:
  • Clade
  • SO: Sequence Ontology, OBO-Edit (Open Biomedical Ontologies)
  • REST - Representational State Transfer (software architecture)
  • cytochromes are involved in transduction (movement) of electrons
    • metabolism: breakdown of carbohydrates, fat, or protein
    • (cytochrome synonym for electron transfer chain)
  • DNA Microarrays
    • Routine applications:
      • Gene Transcription Measurements
      • Genotyping: SNP / Mutation Detection
      • Comparitive Genomic Hybridization (cGH)
    • Niblegen has 2.1 million spots on a slide
    • ingenuity - pathway analysis software
    • heliotropism - moving towards the sun (plants)
    • oligonucleotide - 50 or so nucleotides
  • ITS - Internal transcribed spacer
  • automated annotation: #bioperl @ende says DIYA is "a simple annotation pipeline for microbial genomes" 'out of the box' it performs glimmer, tRNAscan-SE and rnammer (rRNAs)
  • Assembly: XMFA: eXtended Multi-FastA, LCB: locally collinear block.
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