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Lecture 2 - Bioinformatics Understand what Boolean...

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Bioinformatics Understand what Boolean qualifiers are and how they are applied when searching databases. Understand what Entrez is and the type of data that is accessible through Entrez.
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Bioinformatics Using the Entrez database and Google, be able to retrieve DNA sequence data, scientific literature, genome maps and information regarding the structure of proteins based upon gene and/or protein name, organism name and accession number. Be able to use Boolean qualifiers in your searches. Be able to switch to FASTA display and copy a sequence into a different program.
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Bioinformatics Be able to interpret the results returned by Entrez Nucleotide for the following information: Accession Number Type of nucleic acid represented by the sequence Species from which the nucleic acid was isolated Citation information: authors, journal and title of the paper Amino acid sequence encoded by the gene Nucleotide sequence of the gene
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The Information Age Molecular biology advances + -”omics” = Explosion of information
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The Information Age What’s needed? Databases Why? Store, organize, and index data for visualization and analysis
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