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Contributors: David Bouyssié  or Dr. Sean I O’Donoghue 


IBIP19 - Integrative Biological Interpretation using Proteomics (2019)

Training Material aimed at researchers who are not expert in proteomics and want to integrate quantitative proteomics results into wider biomedical experiments.

Keywords: Proteomics

Resource type: Documentation, Exercise, Handout, Scripts

IBIP19 - Integrative Biological Interpretation using Proteomics (2019) http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/ibip19-integrative-biological-interpretation-using-proteomics-2019 Training Material aimed at researchers who are not expert in proteomics and want to integrate quantitative proteomics results into wider biomedical experiments. David Bouyssié Veit Schwämmle Marc Vaudel Proteomics Academia/ Research Institution Industry Non-Profit Organisation Healthcare
Visualizing Protein Structures and Features

Sean O'Donoghue (http://odonoghuelab.org) talks about molecular spatial data and the emerging issue of sequence-structure gap mainly due to experimental difficulties in obtaining reliable (or any) structure information for a given protein. In his talk, he also gives a brief demonstration of...

Keywords: Molecular

Resource type: Video

Visualizing Protein Structures and Features http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/visualizing-protein-structures-and-features Sean O'Donoghue (http://odonoghuelab.org) talks about molecular spatial data and the emerging issue of sequence-structure gap mainly due to experimental difficulties in obtaining reliable (or any) structure information for a given protein. In his talk, he also gives a brief demonstration of Aquaria (http://aquaria.ws), a web-based 3D molecular structure visualization tool that combines data from various databases and allows investigators to easily view and explore proteins and protein-protein interactions.This talk was presented at VIZBI 2013, an international conference series on visualizing biological data (http://vizbi.org). This video was filmed and distributed with permission under a Creative Commons license. Created at: VIZBI 2013. Dr. Sean I O’Donoghue Molecular 2017-01-31