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  • PDAC Biomarker Identification And Validation Analysis

    The aCGH assay will be an essential tool to assess the genomic changes. Based on the results of SKY and aCGH analyses, representative CTC cultures will be subjected to mutation screening in CTC, CTD-PDX and biopsy materials by whole genome sequencing using NGS for comprehensive molecular profiling of abnormalities at the nucleotide level. NGS data will be transferred to Palanisamy, who will carry out biostatistics and bioinformatics analysis. Given the unbiased nature of NGS analysis, we anticipate identifying new druggable genomic mutations on a personalized…

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  • Health Informatic Research

    It is in the 21st century that the world has witnessed significant developments in technology. World class information and technology systems have also been created to enhance and facilitate the need that comes with development in technology. Most of these developments have been made possible by the availability of the internet (Amoroso, 2011). The internet has been able to link every corner of this world into one big family. Any person can obtain, upload and share information among other…

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  • Synthesis Of Bioinformatics

    Bioinformatics is a study that focuses on the collection and analysis of biological information using information from sequences of DNA, RNA, and proteins. This field focuses on how to make predictions about biological systems and analyze data to provide more insight on how living organisms function and how its genome relates to its biology. Following the determination of the insulin sequence, Frederick Sanger realized that manually comparing several sequences was impractical (Moody 2004)).…

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  • Assignment 3: CS696 Programming Problems In Bioinformatics

    Assignment-3: CS696 Programming Problems in Bioinformatics. Describe and discuss different approaches for finding motif in genetic string. Introduction: DNA, RNA and Proteins, these are three types of very large molecules essential for every living organism, for their biological functioning. Each molecule, DNA, RNA and Protein, play a vital role in living organisms, without them no life could survive. Let’s understand functionality one by one: • DNA consists of encoded instructions which are…

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  • Computing Professionals: How To Be A Professional In Computing Field

    We were told to interview a professional in our fields, someone who we could trust and has a profession relevant to our career path. This activity was important to me because I learned more about fields that I thought about going into. You get to ask a professional questions that you have always wonder and get a honest answer right from the source. I interviewed a Bioinformatics’ professional at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. At that time, I was torn between following a career…

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  • Annotated Bibliography: The Impact Of Informatics On Society

    The data can be accessed from any part of the world and can be used according to the need. We can also say that certain class groups have benefitted by bioinformatics. Moreover, two articles summarized above have stated that in present the health records of every patient is stored in one place and physicians can access it give appropriate treatment to the patients. This has lead to having data in more organized and systematic manner. In addition, data’s should have a standardized language so…

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  • Current Career Goals

    I am considering pursuing a career in Bioinformatics as a research scientist. I am interested in becoming a research scientist because it fascinates me how humans share similar genetic material but only a small deviation in genetic material makes each human unique. In addition, I find it intriguing that the proteins found in humans are shared with other organisms. As a research scientist, I would be able to analyze and interpret mutations in genetic information and help pharmaceutical…

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  • Difference Between Sanger And Next Generation Sequencing

    Biology is a huge subject with many sub branches, application and tools that have helped in the improvement of humanity. One of the many Biology branches, that is currently helping in medicine and other areas related to health, and biology, is the Bioinformatics. The way it is doing it is by improvement and be able to sequencing DNA (genome). Bioinformatics can be describes as a science tool in which use computer technology to analyze, collect, “storage, and retrieval of genomic data” (American…

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  • Animal Research Application Essay

    My overarching research interests focuses on delineating animal 's metabolic responses to nutrition interventions or health conditions, associated with the animal performance and quality of its derived products. I use a combination of modern analytical chemistry (liquid/gas chromatography and mass spectrometry) and bioinformatics (univariate and multivariate statistical analysis) to measure metabolites in biological samples to provide insights on physiological or pathological status and…

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  • Heat Shock Factor Lab Report

    melanogaster embryogenesis during the critical time period of 8-12 hours after egg lay (AEL) under non-heat shock conditions. This phenomenon is promising as it suggests that HSF has a novel role during development besides the Heat Shock response. Research Question and Approach: The Objective of this study is to find the role of HSF during embryogenesis of Drosophila melanogaster? 1) Specifically, which genomic regions are bound by HSF during the critical time point of 8-12 hrs AEL in…

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