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This course provides an introduction to structural biology and related resources at EMBL-EBI.
The PhenoMeNal Gateway is the portal to your own PhenoMeNal Cloud Research Environment (CRE) containing an array of essential metabolomics applications. This course will give you an overview of PhenoMeNal Gateway, how to create your cloud research environment, and how to use the PhenoMeNal Galaxy...
The International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium (IMPC) portal provides a freely available comprehensive catalogue of mammalian gene function, using the mouse as a model. By applying a standardised phenotyping pipeline to single-gene knockout mouse lines, the IMPC identifies the physiological...
This quick tour provides a brief introduction to UniChem, a compound identifier mapping service. It covers the scientific principles behind the tool, and outlines the use of UniChem and UniChem 'Connectivity Search' to directly locate identical and related molecules in various sources.
PDBePISA allows you to explore macromolecular (protein, DNA/RNA and ligand) interfaces and predict the quaternary structure of your protein. This course will show you how to use PDBePISA and what you can do with it.
PDBeFold can be used to identify structural homologues in the PDB. PDBe's Secondary Structure Matching service (SSM) allows you to interactively compare, align and superimpose protein structures in 3D. This course will show you how to use PDBeFold and what you can do with it.
PDBeChem allows you to search for chemical components (ligands, small molecules and monomers) that appear in PDB entries, and discover which protein structures bind a particular ligand. This course will show you how to use PDBeChem and what you can do with it.
This course will show you how to explore the structural information in a PDB entry using PDBe - EMBL-EBI's resource for the collection, organisation and dissemination of data on biological macromolecular structures.
This course will take you on a journey through time and space to provide a taste of the free resources and data that EMBL-EBI has on offer. Join this tour filled with challenges to explore and learn about various databases and resources.
Metagenomics, the genomic analysis of microbial communities from samples like water and soil, involves high-throughput sequencing of the microbial DNA, collecting, archiving and re-sharing the genomic data for taxonomic and functional analysis.
This course provides an introduction to the theory and concepts of network analysis. It explores some of the features of protein-protein interaction networks and their implications for biology. Finally, the course discusses the tools and strategies that can be used to build and analyse biological...
This course will provide an introduction to molecular interactions, their importance and the methodologies use to generate and capture interaction data.
This extended quick tour provides an introduction to Expression Atlas, an open resource for finding information about gene expression across species and biological conditions. Expression Atlas aims to help answer questions such as ‘where is a certain gene expressed?’ or ‘how does its expression...
This quick tour provides a brief introduction to the Gene Ontology (GO), the Gene Ontology Annotation (GOA) project and QuickGO, a web-based browser for viewing GO annotations.
This course will provide an introduction to protein classification and basic concepts, such as proteins families, domains and sequence features.
This quick tour provides a brief introduction to EMBL-EBI's Complex Portal: a manually curated, encyclopedic resource of macromolecular complexes from a number of key model organisms.
Chemical Entities of Biological Interest (ChEBI) is a user-friendly online chemical dictionary that focuses on the nomenclature, structure, and biological properties of 'small' molecules that may be encountered by anyone working in molecular biology. This course will show you what kind of...
This online course introduces common technologies in functional genomics studies, including microarrays and next generation sequencing (NGS), with a special focus on RNA-sequencing (RNA-seq). We look at important considerations when designing your experiments, data analysis methods, and discuss...
Scientific topics: Functional genomics, Gene expression, Genotype and phenotype, Microarray experiment, RNA-Seq
Keywords: Next-generation sequencing, NGS, Real-time PCR, Microarray, Epigenetic modifications, Histone modifications, DNA-protein interaction, RNA-protein interaction
Resource type: e-learning
This online course will give you an introduction to functional genomics. We will introduce you to different types of functional genomics studies and discuss best practices when designing your own experiments. We will also explore some examples of how functional genomics is being applied to drug...
This quick tour provides a brief introduction to MGnify - a free resource for analysis, visualisation and discovery of microbiome (metagenomic, metatranscriptomic, amplicon and assembly) datasets.