UC San Diego Extension

Databases and Genome Analysis

Examine genome analysis using public biological databases in both UNIX and Windows environments. In this course, you will gain hands-on experience in commercial bioinformatics by analyzing and annotating a full genome through applying and integrating the information, methodology and tools. Using the Perl programming language in a UNIX environment, you will learn to query databases, parse the resulting data, and generate relevant reports. Databases and software covered include NCBI, BLAST/PSI-BLAST, CLUSTALW, PFAM, KEGG, RefSeq and OMIM.

Note: Prerequisites: Completion of "Bioinformatics", "Perl Programming" and "Introduction to Molecular Biology" or equivalent experience/knowledge.

Course Number: BIOL-40131
Credit: 3 units

This course is part of the following Certificate Program(s):

Upcoming Sections

Dates: 10/06/14 - 12/01/14
Section ID: 104559
Fee: $650.00
Status: Cancelled

Time: M, 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. (9 mtgs.)
Location: TBD
Class Type: In-class—traditional classroom instruction

Instructor: Steve J Stelman, TimeLogic Manager, Active Motif

Textbooks: No information available at this time.
Section Policies:
No refunds after 10/13/14.