Advanced BioPython for Bioinformatics


About This Course

Advanced BioPython For Bioinformatics Allows You To Develop Your Programming Skills in BioPython

Everyday Bioinformatics analysis involves the extensive study and analysis of huge biological datasets, such as Sequences Alignment and Analysis, Genome Analysis, Proteome Analysis, Phylogenetic Analysis, and much more.

Biopython is a set of freely available tools for biological computation written in Python language. BioPython provides various modules and functions for the study and analysis of huge biological datasets, such as Sequences Alignment and Analysis, Genome Analysis, Proteome Analysis, Phylogenetic Analysis, and much more.

In this course you’ll learn various concepts related to different BioPython modules for reading/writing Bioinformatics files, biological data retrieval from various Bioinformatics databases, sequence analysis and alignment and much more.

Joining and learning from the Advanced BioPython for Bioinformatics can enhance your biological programming career by learning through various useful & informative pre-recorded lectures on various modules and functions of BioPython.

Learning Objectives

Biological Data Visualization
Bar Chart
Limitations and Scaling
Visualization Manipulations
Phylogenetic Tree Visualization
Visualizations in High Resolution
Volcano Plot

Target Audience

  • The target audience for the Advanced BioPython for Bioinformatics course are biologists, beginner or intermediate Bioinformaticians or data analysts with no or little experience in Bioinformatics scripting and programming.
  • However, a superficial understanding of logic development for coding is expected from you before you join the course.
  • Bioinformatics is quite easy to get started in, even if you lack a proper understanding of the underlying concepts of Bioinformatics databases, servers, tools and the algorithms working behind them.


48 Lessons3h 49m


Introduction to BioPython & Installation00:10:19
Bio.Seq Create a Seq Object00:07:34
Bio.Seq Seq Object Behaves Like a String00:09:54
Bio.Seq Central Dogma in Play Through Python00:08:41
Bio.Seq Unkown & Mutable Sequences00:06:54
Bio.Alphabet Understanding the Alphabets of Biology00:07:38
Bio.Alphabet IUPAC and Types of Sequence Representations00:10:34
Bio.Alphabet Concatenation of Multiple Seq Records Using Generic Alphabets00:09:47
SeqRecord Creating Seq Records00:12:28
SeqRecords & FASTA00:04:36
SeqRecords & GenBank00:03:29
SeqRecord Formatting Records00:03:06
SeqRecord Comparison & Reading Multiple FASTA Files from Directory00:05:47
SeqIO Reading a Sequence File00:10:32
SeqIO Parsing a Sequence File00:07:17
SeqIO Parsing a Compressed Sequence File & Creating a Dictionary of Sequences00:06:11
SeqIO – Write Sequences and SeqRecords Into Files00:11:43
SeqIO Extracting Annotations and Pattern-wise Sequence Data Extraction00:10:35
AlignIO – Writing Alignments and Multiple Sequence Alignment Records00:05:29
AlignIO – Reading and Parsing a Multiple Sequence Alignment File00:08:19
AlignIO – Conversion of Alignment Formats00:04:02
AlignIO – Manipulating Alignments00:02:57
AlignIO – ClustalW Python Wrapper – Align Multiple Sequences00:07:47
AlignIO – Pairwise2 – Align Two Sequences00:07:31
AlignIO – Information Mapping of Alignments00:02:33
AlignIO – Format Alignments00:03:36
AlignIO – Slicing Alignments00:06:06
Bio.Blast – Querying NCBI BLAST Through Python00:11:15
Bio.Blast – Parsing BLAST Results00:14:52
Bio.Entrez – Accessing ENTREZ Using Python00:09:32
Bio Entrez Use Esummary To Get Summary Of Your Accessions00:08:59
Bio.Entrez – Use EFetch to Download Complete Records00:13:57
Bio.Entrez – Use EGQuery to Do Global Queries for Search Counts00:07:24
Bio.Entrez – Use Elink To Search For Database Links Of Records00:03:42
Bio.Entrez – Use ESearch to Search the Entrez Databases00:08:20
Bio.Entrez – Use Espell To Get Correct Spellings For Your Search Terms00:05:21
Bio.Entrez – Download GenBank and Entrez Records00:14:17
Bio.Entrez – Taxonomy Database Searching00:07:05
Bio.Entrez – Download PubMed Articles00:08:28
Bio.PDB – Reading a PDB (3D Structure) File00:11:59
Bio.Phylo – Calculating Distance Matrix Between Sequences For Phylogenetic Analysis00:04:18
Bio.Phylo – Converting Phylogenetic Tree Data Formats00:03:29
Bio.Phylo – Printing Out Phylogenetic Tree In Ascii00:02:17
Bio.Phylo – Reading Phylogenetic Trees00:06:29
Bio.Phylo – Visualization And Manipulation Of Phylogenetic Trees00:09:36
Bio.motifs – Creating a WebLogo of Motifs00:00:00
Bio.Phylo – Writing Out Phylogenetic Data00:04:04
Bio.motifs – MEME Analysis00:00:00


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Duration 3.8 hours
48 lectures

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