Bioinformatics@Becker

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Bioinformatics Tutorials

August 10th, 2009 by Kristi · 1 Comment

There are a number of great tutorials on the web for bioinformatics-related applications and topics.  Here are a few that I’ve run across.  Are there any missing?  Feel free to add any that I might have left out in the ‘comments’ section!

BioInformatics Tutorials Series (BITS) from Countway Library of Medicine at Harvard and the Engineering and Science Libraries at MIT by Paul Bain, Courtney Crummett and David Osterbur

Research Tips: Molecular & Cellular Biology from Health Sciences Library, Anschutz Medical Campus, University of Colorado Denver

Bioinformation FAQs on a TON of topics written by Yannick Pouliot at Lane Medical Library (Stanford)

How Do I?” from the Health Sciences Library System at the University of Pittsburgh

OpenHelix Tutorials

Additionally, Model Organisms are a key tool for biomedical research, leading to breakthroughs in all fields of biology. Through funding from the NHGRI and other sources, OpenHelix is currently offering seven free tutorial suites on Model Organism Databases and Tools.

National Library of Medicine

NCBI Tutorials

Other helpful resources from NCBI:

Comparative Genomics, Volume 1 (Nicholas Bergman, editor) – available on the NCBI Bookshelf

Basic Concepts in Science: A List (entry by John Wilkins of Evolving Thoughts blog) http://scienceblogs.com/evolvingthoughts/2008/06/basic_concepts_in_science_a_li.php

EBI Tutorials

Online workshops in bioinformatics tools from Nicola Gaedeke at Max Planck. http://www.biochem.mpg.de/iv/work_bio.html

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