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Computing and Bioinformatics

Bioinformatics is the application of statistics and computer science to the field of molecular biology.

Comparative (Homology) Modelling

Predict the structure of a protein from its sequence using the structure of an homologous protein

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Computer Programming

How to get started with writing computer programs, in various languages, to solve problems in biochemistry

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Genome Assembly

Converting high-throughput sequencing reads into contiguous genome sequence

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Molecular Docking

Using docking programs such as GOLD, AutoDOCK and GLIDE, binding modes of small molecules in protein binding sites can be generated. Virtual screening of large databases of available chemicals is a quick and cheap way to select likely drug candidates.

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Phylogenetic Analysis

Building phylogenetic trees based on macromolecular sequence information

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Training Courses

Bioinformatics and computational biology training courses organised by the Graduate School of Life Sciences.

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