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ITMAT Bioinformatics Facility (Penn)

Director: Grant, Gregory R., Ph.D.

Summary:

The ITMAT Bioinformatics Facility provide project based bioinformatics support for ITMAT translational researchers. Our focus has been on providing the computational infrastructure and programming support needed to conduct high-throughput proteomics experiments. We also support other genomics high-throughput technologies to a lesser extent. See the resources page for more information on our projects and what we have to offer.
The projects range from building easy to use Web applications for data analysis pipelines, one-off scripting, clinical and basic science research support, algorithm development. Recent efforts have focused on explorations of new models of computation, specifically Cloud Computing and GPUs, for use in genomic scale research. Feel free to contact us for more information.

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Services

  • Project-based bioinformatics support ( Support service )

    "The ITMAT Bioinformatics Facility provides project based bioinformatics support for ITMAT translational researchers. Our focus has been on providing the computational infrastructure and programming support needed to conduct high-throughput proteomics experiments. We also support other genomics high-throughput technologies to a lesser extent. See the resources page for more information on our projects and what we have to offer.

    The projects range from building easy to use Web applications for data analysis pipelines, one-off scripting, clinical and basic science research support, algorithm development. Recent efforts have focused on explorations of new models of computation, specifically Cloud Computing and GPUs, for use in genomic scale research."

  • RNA-Seq differential expression analysis ( Data analysis service )

    RNA-Seq differential expression analysis in any organism

Software

  • PORT ( Algorithmic software suite )

    RNA-Seq Normalization & Quantification

    PORT offers two types of normalization:
    GENE Normalization and EXON-INTRON-JUNCTION Normalization.


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Last updated: 2016-05-17T12:43:44.342-04:00

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