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Tools: MGnify (was EBI Metagenomics)  or PhysiCell 


Biomedicine, supercomputers and simulations: in silico experiments and its applications in cancer research

Computational simulations of cellular processes (e.g. metabolism, gene expression, signal transduction) are critical tools to formulate mechanistic explanations that facilitate the interpretation of experimental results. However, complex biological processes such as tumour evolution span across...

Scientific topics: Molecular interactions, pathways and networks, Personalised medicine, Simulation experiment

Operations: Modelling and simulation

Keywords: HPC, Biomodelling, cell simulations

Resource type: Webinar

Biomedicine, supercomputers and simulations: in silico experiments and its applications in cancer research http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/biomedicine-supercomputers-and-simulations-in-silico-experiments-and-its-applications-in-cancer-research Computational simulations of cellular processes (e.g. metabolism, gene expression, signal transduction) are critical tools to formulate mechanistic explanations that facilitate the interpretation of experimental results. However, complex biological processes such as tumour evolution span across different time-space scales. For instance, a population-level description is needed to account for genetic heterogeneity and phenotypic variability due to environmental noise, whereas intracellular models, such as cell signalling networks need to address the effect of mutated genes. In this context, multi-scale models are ideal tools to address systems biology questions as they can consider several time-space scales by combining different approaches into a hybrid simulation. PhysiCell is an open-source, agent-based extensible multi-scale modelling framework that allows simulating complex multicellular systems such as healthy tissues and tumours. Molecular interactions, pathways and networks Personalised medicine Simulation experiment HPC, Biomodelling, cell simulations Anyone interested in simulation of metabolic models, and in PerMedCoE tools and activities
Metagenomics Bioinformatics

Metagenomics, the genomic analysis of microbial communities from samples like water and soil, involves high throughput sequencing of the microbial DNA, collecting, archiving and resharing the genomic data for taxonomic and functional analysis.

Scientific topics: Metagenomics

Keywords: Metagenomics, MGnify, Sequence Analysis, Microbiology

Resource type: Tutorial

Metagenomics Bioinformatics http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/metagenomics-bioinformatics Metagenomics, the genomic analysis of microbial communities from samples like water and soil, involves high throughput sequencing of the microbial DNA, collecting, archiving and resharing the genomic data for taxonomic and functional analysis. Alex Mitchell Varsha Kale Rob Finn Guillermo Rangel Pineros Rebecca Campos Metagenomics Metagenomics, MGnify, Sequence Analysis, Microbiology Life Scientists
EBI Metagenomics: analysing and exploring metagenomics data

EBI metagenomics is a freely available hub for the analysis and exploration of metagenomic, metatranscriptomic, amplicon and assembly datasets. The resource provides rich functional and taxonomic analyses of user-submitted sequences, as well as analysis of publicly available metagenomic datasets...

Scientific topics: Metagenomics

Keywords: Metagenomics, MGnify, Sequence Analysis, Microbiology

Resource type: Webinar

EBI Metagenomics: analysing and exploring metagenomics data http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/ebi-metagenomics-analysing-and-exploring-metagenomics-data EBI metagenomics is a freely available hub for the analysis and exploration of metagenomic, metatranscriptomic, amplicon and assembly datasets. The resource provides rich functional and taxonomic analyses of user-submitted sequences, as well as analysis of publicly available metagenomic datasets held within the European Nucleotide Archive. Alex Mitchell Metagenomics Metagenomics, MGnify, Sequence Analysis, Microbiology Life Scientists
Analysing and visualising microbiome-derived datasets using the MGnify Web API

MGnify (formerly EBI Metagenomics) is a freely available hub for the analysis and exploration of metagenomic, metatranscriptomic, amplicon and assembly data. The resource provides rich functional and taxonomic analyses of user-submitted sequences, as well as analysis of publicly available...

Analysing and visualising microbiome-derived datasets using the MGnify Web API http://tess.elixir-uk.org/materials/analysing-and-visualising-microbiome-derived-datasets-using-the-mgnify-web-api MGnify (formerly EBI Metagenomics) is a freely available hub for the analysis and exploration of metagenomic, metatranscriptomic, amplicon and assembly data. The resource provides rich functional and taxonomic analyses of user-submitted sequences, as well as analysis of publicly available metagenomic datasets drawn from the European Nucleotide Archive (ENA).