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BMC Bioinformatics news alert PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 29 May 2009 06:13

The following new articles have just been published in BMC Bioinformatics

For articles which have only just been published, you will see a 'provisional PDF' corresponding to the accepted manuscript. A fully formatted PDF and full text (HTML) version will be made available soon.

Methodology article
Sample size calculation for microarray experiments with blocked one-way design
Jung S, Sohn I, George SL, Feng L, Leppert PC
BMC Bioinformatics 2009, 10:164 (28 May 2009)
[Abstract] [Provisional PDF]
Methodology article
Analyzing miRNA co-expression networks to explore TF-miRNA regulation
Bandyopadhyay S, Bhattacharyya M
BMC Bioinformatics 2009, 10:163 (28 May 2009)
[Abstract] [Provisional PDF]
Last Updated on Thursday, 11 June 2009 03:27
International Conference on Biomedical Ontology (ICBO), Buffalo, NY, July 24-26, 2009 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Virginia Gonzalez   
Monday, 11 May 2009 13:57
The program of the International Conference on Biomedical Ontology is now available here: http://icbo.buffalo.edu/program.pdf.

Please note that the deadline for early bird registration is May 15.

A call for software demonstrations has now been posted at: http://www.bioontology.org/wiki/index.php/Software_Demonstrations
Virtual Fly Brain project seeking bio-curator PDF Print E-mail
Written by Virginia Gonzalez   
Friday, 08 May 2009 19:15

Would you like to help design and build a key resource for the Drosophila community?

The Virtual Fly Brain project has obtained funding to build a web-based resource that integrates 3D images of the Drosophila brain with a data model capturing key neuro-anatomical information such as neuronal connectivity and function.  Associated genetic data will be integrated with this resource through a collaboration with FlyBase.

We are seeking a bio-curator, preferably with a background in neurobiology and/or Drosophila genetics, to work with us on this project.  The new curator will contribute to the design of data structures and query interfaces, as well as curating relevant data from the literature and solicited directly from major

Systems Biology Symposium 25 - 26 June at Brunel University PDF Print E-mail
Written by Virginia Gonzalez   
Monday, 11 May 2009 13:50
Symposium on Biological and Chemical Informatics for Health:

Foundations for Systems Biology
Brunel University, West London, UK
25-26 June 2009

Find out more and register for this free event here http://bcih-sb.brunel.ac.uk

Integration of biological and chemical informatics presents a real opportunity to address some of the most exciting and challenging issues posed by systems biology. These diverse disciplines, and their interaction, play a crucial role in addressing key issues in drug design and discovery, environmental sustainability, health and disease processes, and disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

Join us for a two day symposium sponsored by the BBSRC and Brunel University, where influential leaders in bioinformatics, chemoinformatics, systems biology and health, will present the latest developments that are helping to shape this interdisciplinary field. This symposium is open to those working in the field, including academics, researchers, students and industry and will provide an excellent environment for delegates to participate in networking activities and developing collaborative, interdisciplinary research partnerships.
PlantGeneWiki Beta release PDF Print E-mail
Written by Virginia Gonzalez   
Friday, 08 May 2009 19:07

PlantGeneWiki Beta release
The Gramene database project team is happy to announce beta release of the  PlantGeneWiki. It is designed as an online community portal on plant genes and their annotations. Yours goal for PlantGeneWiki is to generate community curated/annotated pages where the researchers can browse, search, read and manage the content by editing. Yes, the biggest advantage of them all is that researchers now have the ability to update and edit the information known about the genes identified in plants on their own without any delays. If you don’t find a gene of your interest in the PlantGeneWiki, you can add it as well. Any content you add/edit on PlantGeneWiki is released for instant online access and cites your contribution. Therefore a good starting place is to add/edit information on known genes.

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