PATRIC Bioinformatics Resource Center Workshop Featuring
Pipelines and Analysis Tools for Bacterial Genomes and ‘Omics Data
March 14‐16, 2018
WHAT PATRIC OFFERS:
• Genome assembly, annotation, Phylogenetic tree building, RNA-Seq and Variation service pipelines: researchers can now assemble and annotate their raw reads, do SNP analysis and then analyze their genomes using the comparative analysis suite of tools
• Virtual integration of private data with all the public data available in PATRIC
• Virulence and antibiotic resistance data and information, along with other specialty gene information (drug targets and human homologs)
• Free, downloadable data and analysis results
• Organism summaries; pre-sorted PubMed articles; interactive phylogenetic trees; and experimental data including transcriptomics, proteomics, protein structure, and protein-protein interactions
• Numerous interactive visualizations for genome browsing, multi-genome comparisons, pathway comparisons, protein family comparisons, phylogenetic trees with coupled MSAs, gene expression comparative analysis, genome metadata, transcriptomics data, 3-D protein structures, and more
• Personal workspace for creating/comparing groups of user-selected data and storing private data.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Bacterial genomic researchers/students and bioinformaticians.
The following system requirements are recommended for optimal PATRIC tool access and performance: Chrome, Safari, or Firefox browser (Internet Explorer is NOT recommended), Java Runtime Environment (JRE), and Adobe Flash Player
Pavillion for Women, Rm F.0475.60
Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston TX
Seating is limited. Food will not be provided.
- March 14, 2018 - March 16, 2018
9:00 am - 1:00 pm