Searching for sequences: introduction to databases and sequence analysis tools
Fribourg, 28 August 2014
This one day workshop will cover the practical use of sequence databases and tools to discover and extract DNA and protein sequences.
Participants will learn more about NCBI RefSeq, ENA, SRA, UniProtKB, ENSEMBL, Blast, ExPASy, etc...
Skills requirements: none
Material requirements: The course will consist of theory and practical exercises. Participants should bring their own laptops with at least 4Gb RAM and WIFI capable.
Application is closed. The course is full.
Please note that the participation to this workshop costs Frs 50.- to cover material and coffee breaks. Participants from non-academic institutions should contact us.
Deadline for registration and cancellation is set to the 15th of August 2014.
Université de Fribourg
Building Pérolles PER21, room C130
You can reach it (stop "Charmettes") by bus Nr 1, 3 or 7 from the train station (5min) or by walking (15min).
The course will be taught by Dr Laurent Falquet.
No exam planned.
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11:00 Sequence searching with other sequences
11:30 Practical 2: BLAST and BLAT, PSI-BLAST
12:30 Lunch break
13:30 Genome Browsers (ENSEMBL, UCSC) and their tools
14:00 Practical 3: Sequence searching with BioMart
15:00 Coffee break
15:30 Users own problems in sequence searching