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16th Germinal Centre Conference -- abstract submission deadline PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sebastian Bassi   
Thursday, 02 April 2009 14:33
The deadline for abstract submission for the 16th Germinal Centre Conference (GCC) www.gcc16.org will be extended to the 10th of April for technical reasons. This will give the opportunity to those who failed to send an abstract to repeat this attempt and to others who forgot the deadline to still send in an abstract.

This distinguished and stimulating meeting has a long tradition and the next GCC will be held in Frankfurt am Main (Germany) on July5th-9th, 2009 and will be complemented by a workshop on intravital imaging techniques and a follow-up meeting on neuro-endocrine-immune interactions (July 9th-11th, 2009). The invited speakers are confirmed and a preliminary programme is available under www.gcc16.org.
Reactome Knowledgebase version 28 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sebastian Bassi   
Thursday, 02 April 2009 02:05

Version 28 of the Reactome Knowledgebase has been released and is accessible at http://www.reactome.org.

Reactome is a curated knowledgebase developed and maintained by the Reactome Knowledgebase team (Lincoln Stein's group at OICR/CSHL, Ewan Birney's group at the European Bioinformatics Institute, and Peter D'Eustachio's group at NYU). Reactome covers human biological processes ranging from basic pathways of metabolism to complex events such as hormonal signaling and apoptosis. The information in Reactome is provided by expert bench biologists, and edited and managed as a relational database by the Reactome staff. New material is peer-reviewed and revised as necessary before publication to the web. Reactome entries are linked to corresponding ones in NCBI, Entrez Gene, RefSeq, OMIM, Ensembl genome annotations, HapMap, UCSC Genome Browser, KEGG, ChEBI and Gene Ontology (GO).

Latest Article Alert from Genome Biology (15 articles) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sebastian Bassi   
Thursday, 26 March 2009 23:50

The latest articles from Genome Biology, published between 23-Feb-2009 and 24-Mar-2009

For research articles that have only just been published you will see a 'provisional PDF' corresponding to the accepted manuscript. Fully formatted PDF and full-text (HTML) versions will be made available soon.

Many happy returns
Petsko GA
Genome Biology 2009, 10:102 (27 February 2009)
[Abstract] [Full text] [PDF] [PubMed]
Rac and Rho driving tumor invasion: who's at the wheel?
Symons M, Segall JE
Genome Biology 2009, 10:213 (6 March 2009)
[Abstract] [Full text] [PDF] [PubMed]
Reality check for malaria proteomics
Sinden RE
Genome Biology 2009, 10:211 (26 February 2009)
[Abstract] [Full text] [PDF] [PubMed]

Bioinformatics Group IJCNN 2009 - Tutorial on Introduction to Bioinformatics Data Sets Mining using Fuzzy Biclustering PDF Print E-mail
Written by Virginia Gonzalez   
Monday, 30 March 2009 12:07

Tutorial on "Introduction to Bioinformatics Data Sets Mining using Fuzzy Biclustering" at International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN 2009) Westin PeachTree Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, June 14, 2009

Tutorial web site: http://www.disi.unige.it/person/MasulliF/conferences/IJCNN2009-tut.html

IJCNN 2009 web site: http://cnd.memphis.edu/ijcnn2009/

The analysis of genomic data from DNA microarray can produce a valuable information on the biological relevance of genes and correlations among them. In the last few years some biclustering techniques have been proposed and applied to this analysis. Biclustering is an un-supervised learning task aimed to find clusters of samples possessing similar characteristics together with features creating these similarities. Starting from the seminal paper by Cheng

The Web is 20 years old and its impact on journal reference management PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sebastian Bassi   
Thursday, 26 March 2009 23:44

Message from Anderson Brown (CEO from wizfolio.com):

March 2009 marks the 20th anniversary of the invention of the Web.   Like all great inventions, it arises out of an unmet need that badly needed a solution.  Tim Berners-Lee foresaw the great potential that can be unlocked by connecting data across disparate operating systems.  You can see the full talk by Tim Berners-Lee as he explains it at: http://www.ted.com/talks/tim_berners_lee_on_the_next_web.html

Fast forward to 2004 when the term “Web 2.0” was first coined.  This term now generally has the connotation of instant “read-write” and increased connectivity on the Web as exemplified by applications like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter.



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