Data Mining Geno & Proteo

Data Mining in Genomics & Proteomics

We are Flaw full Genetically Too

Homo Sapiens Sapiens (Human Beings) are the believed to be the most complex organisms existing in this world. We are being called complex as our body metabolism is high with several degenerative, regenerative, pathways happen as single point of time. Read more…

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Posted by Alan Burns - 22/02/2013 at 01:07

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A New Tool to match Gene Targets with Cancer Drugs

The advancements in Bioinformatics field and sequencing technologies have generated vast amounts of data that usage of Bioinformatics has become increasingly pivotal in to make the results understandable and analysable, which has become expensive. Read more…

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Posted by Alan Burns - 22/01/2013 at 03:22

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Would we ever Decipher all Secrets of Life from DNA?

Ever since the declaration of the completion of Human Genome Project in 2001 with 3 billion letters in our DNA, it has been speculated that we could be soon understanding our secrets of life from the analysis of Genomes-Genes-Proteins-amino acids, Read more…

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Posted by Alan Burns - 19/11/2012 at 00:41

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Key Link Between Ageing and Autoimmunity

DNA repair genes are the major types of genes associated with ageing. Even minor defects in these scavengers of genome integrity could lead to disruption in cellular activities and could lead to cancer, premature-death,  pre-mature ageing Read more…

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Posted by Alan Burns - 05/11/2012 at 07:26

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Glycoprotein M6A (GPM6A) as a Novel Gene Marker of Thyroid Cancer

Thyroid cancer one of the leading cancers found around the world has been known for its diverse behaviour and has been a continuous mystery for the researchers. A significant in-silico-methodology had been applied by Malik et al, identifying difference Read more…

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Posted by Alan Burns - 15/10/2012 at 04:43

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RNA Interference taking Scientific Applications beyond Research Laboratory

Every few years, a revolutionary technology emerges that fundamentally changes life scientist’s ability to undertake research and development and to apply their findings. The emergence of gene silencing represents a recent example of the phenomenon. Read more…

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Posted by Alan Burns - 07/09/2012 at 05:27

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