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Explore the field of bioinformatics with our free course. It covers various topics and offers hands-on experiences. Through curated videos, gain insights into cancer biology, data analysis techniques, molecular modeling, variant calling, single-cell RNA sequencing, and more.
In the first section, “Introduction to Cancer Biology, Cancer Types, and Abnormal Cell Cycles,” understand the basics of cancer biology. Learn about different cancer types and how abnormal cell cycles contribute to cancer development.
Dive into data analysis with “In-depth Introduction to RNA-Seq Data Analysis.” Learn effective RNA-Seq data analysis by mapping preprocessed reads to a reference genome using popular tools like HISAT2, TOPHAT2, BOWTIE2, and STAR.
Build on this foundation with Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) and variant calling. Explore variant calling techniques and the role of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) in genetic variation.
Discover gene expression analysis, specifically single-cell RNA sequencing (RNA-seq). Uncover the power of studying individual cells and gain insights through filtering data, clustering cell subpopulations, and comparing bulk RNA-sequencing with single-cell RNA-sequencing.
Learn gene ontology analysis using GeneCodis4, a powerful tool for gene functional annotation. Analyze serum level differences between healthy individuals and patients using swarm plots, a visualization technique.
For structural bioinformatics enthusiasts, explore hydrogen bond interactions in 3D structures. Focus on an antibiotic-resistant fungal mutant protein and understand the importance of hydrogen bonds in molecular interactions.
Get insights into bioinformatics freelancing, including opportunities and challenges.
Finally, learn energy minimization techniques for protein structures in simulations. Enhance your understanding of molecular modeling and its applications.
By the end of this free course, you’ll have gained valuable knowledge and practical skills in bioinformatics. Whether you’re interested in cancer research, data analysis, structural biology, or freelancing, this course provides a strong foundation. Join us on this exciting journey into the world of bioinformatics!
The course is totally free and does not require any payment.
Introduction To Cancer Biology, Cancer Types And Abnormal Cell Cycles18:17
Loop Modeling – Fixing the Unmodelled Regions in Target Proteins19:22
In-depth Introduction to RNA-Seq Data Analysis44:08
Practical: Mapping Preprocessed Reads Against a Reference Genome Using HISAT2, TOPHAT2, BOWTIE2, STAR31:51
In-depth Introduction to NGS and Variant Calling20:12
Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms: An Introduction to SNPs and Their Types31:22
Introduction to Single-Cell RNA-seq, Its Pipeline and Analysis23:34
Bulk RNA-sequencing vs. Single-Cell RNA-sequencing21:50
Hands-on: Filtering Dead Cell and Low Quality Data22:39
Hands-on: Clustering of Cell Subpopulations09:47
Hands-on: Gene Ontology Analysis Using GeneCodis414:21
Comparison of Serums Levels in Healthy and Patients Through Swarm Plots08:34
How to Identify Hydrogen Bond Interactions in 3D Structures (Antibiotic Resistant Fungal Mutant Protein)17:21
In-Depth Introduction to Bioinformatics Freelancing31:44
Energy Minimization – Relaxing and Fixing the Structure for Simulation11:25
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