Visualizing the next generation of sequencing data with GenomeView .. .. A .. Why inverse proteins are relatively abundant, J.-C. Nebel and C. Walawage, Protein & Peptide Letters, 17(7), Michal Nánási ([email protected] ) Website: (free download, tutorials, manual, . Next generation sequencing presents new challenges in large scale data at the European Conference of Computational Biology (ECCB) , Ghent. Tutorials, workshops and seminars To do bioinformatics well, you need to learn 3 things. ECCB Next-gen sequencing Tutorial (Thomas [email protected]).

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Recent advances in homology modelling and drug design have tutoriwl clear that the quality of protein structures is really imnportant for good results.

His current work includes downstream analysis of next-generation sequencing data in order to identify putative SNPs and indels. Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic.

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All poster abstracts are available on the conference web site. To present a wequencing unified view of where the science has gone over recent years, new to ECCB this year is that the conference presentations are divided over five broad themes: For commercial re-use, please contact journals.

The reviewing and selection process was carried out using the EasyChair multi-track conference reviewing system www.

Submissions to srquencing Poster Track were evaluated based on a word abstract and will be shown at the conference along the five main conference themes.

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The 14 workshops preceding the ECCB main meeting were selected out of a total of 29 applications, showing how popular ECCB has become as a venue for dissemination of computational biology research.

Sign In or Create an Account. It is therefore important for all protein structure bioinformaticians to be able to evaluate the quality of the structures used in their studies and to know when it might be beneficial to ask an NMR spectroscopist or X-ray crystallographer to help bring an old file up to today’s standards. Working with next-generation sequencing data Tutorial 2: Introduction to short read alignment algorithms and tools Practical instructions and examples on use of short read aligners Parallelising short read alignment Introduction to sequence assembly methods and tools Practical instructions on use of short read assembly tools to get the optimal sequence assembly.

Participants will be provided with an overview of existing resources databases, tools and methods for detecting cis-regulatory elements in genome sequences, and generate testable hypotheses about the binding specificity of transcription factors motifs discoverytheir precise binding locations binding site predictionand their target genes target identificationand go towards regulatory networks.

Finally, the ELIXIR track proved to be a very popular addition, with 50 high-quality submissions for only 12 presentation slots. Going back in time, the fourteen previous editions of ECCB have been held in: The conference topics span all areas of methodological developments for computational biology and innovative applications of computational methods to molecular biology and biomedicine.


The annotation of the non-coding genome with gene regulatory function is lagging far behind the annotation of protein-coding genes and improved annotation will depend ecb on deeper biological insight into cis-regulatory logic and on more efficient computational prediction algorithms.

This workshop will teach the participants how to use a series of protein structure validation tools and how to interpret the results. We also arranged sequecning FResearch http: The purpose of the ECCB tutorial program is to provide participants with lectures and hands-on training, covering topics relevant to the field of bioinformatics.

Introduction to structural variation Summary of different types of structural variants Large insertions, deletions, inversions, translocations, copy number variants Overview of algorithms and tools for calling structural variants Practical examples next-ggen calling structural variants Visualisation of structural variants.

The workshops, running all but one for a single day, provide participants with an informal setting to discuss technical issues, exchange research ideas, and sccb share practical experiences on a range of focused or emerging topics in computational biology.

Flexible and interactive visualization of GFA sequence graphs. Sponsored Talks enable sponsors to showcase their innovations in computational biology and to highlight their scientific value. Essentially, these efforts contribute to the success tuutorial reputation of the 20100 conference!

Overview of variation calling from next-generation sequence data SNP calling theory and tools Short indel calling theory and tools Practical examples next-egn variation calling File formats for variation calling and storage. He subsequently moved to the Pathogen Genomics group at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute to work on sequence assembly of nest-gen pathogens such as Plasmodium falciparum strains, Trypanosoma brucei, and several other pathogen genomes.

This year four different tracks were created for ECCB: As data integration is a pre-requisite for systems biology and translational research, the Semantic Web can bring relevant benefits in these areas.

Jan Aerts received his PhD at Wageningen University Netherlands in on the subject of chicken genome mapping and sequencing. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. After thorough consideration and discussion, the ECCB theme co- chairs selected 24 proposals out of 71 submissions, mainly on the criteria of compatibility with the ECCB objectives, wide impact in the life sciences and the potential for attracting a large audience to the conference.


Ruben Kok Dutch Techcentre titorial Life Sciences had a decisive role in the Local Steering Committee, while Celia van Gelder is thanked once more for her support also in organisational matters.

During the weekend before the conference, a satellite meeting, 14 workshops and nine tutorials will take place. Each tutorial will offer participants an opportunity to learn about new areas of bioinformatics research, to get an introduction to important established topics, or to develop advanced skills in areas they are already familiar with.


Together, the Programme Committee PC was composed of reviewers and 35 netx-gen.

Related articles in Web sequenciing Science Google Scholar. It coordinates, integrates and next-ben bioinformatics resources across its member states, enabling users in academia and industry to access vital data, nextgen, standards, compute and training services for research.

This tutorial will help people who are getting started on ttuorial sequencing get an idea of the tools, flows, and procedures that they may need to set up to handle this data. Taken together, the workshops demonstrate how extensively technologies have found their way into large-scale practical applications: Email alerts New issue alert.

The origins of problems are discussed as well as their importance for follow up studies. We hope that authors of rejected manuscripts will benefit from these remarks in their future research.

New challenges are now emerging in these fields with the recent advances in low-cost ultra-fast sequencing, bio-imaging and big data. The review form explicitly differentiated between impact and suitability for ECCB on the one hand, and scientific quality and reproducibility on the other. Motivation In recent years, there has been a revolution in the area of DNA sequencing with the arrival of next-generation sequencing technologies.

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We thank the authors for incorporating these suggestions as they were given little time to carry out minor revisions. The aim of this tutorial is to briefly introduce the key basic principles needed to understand what it means to represent information on the Semantic Web, and then to provide the attendees with basic hands on competences to start using biomedical information resources which are now available on this framework.

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In recent years, there has been a revolution in the area of DNA sequencing with the arrival of next-generation sequencing technologies. Inhe co-founded the Vertebrate Resequencing Informatics group and manages the sequencing, informatics, and variation pipelines for large projects such as the genomes http: In the light of these developments, this tutorial will focus on bioinformatics methods to predict cis-regulatory elements and to aid the process of regulatory annotation.

Friday, 01 April Linking sequence patterns and functionality of alpha-helical antimicrobial peptides.