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The aim of this course is three folds. First, this course provides an overview of some common computation techniques used in the field of bioinformatics, including similarity operations, clustering and classification techniques, and techniques in gene recognition. Second, the basic theory behind all these techniques will be covered. Last but not the least, throughout the course, we hope the students can appreciate the role of bioinformaticians, that is, the bridge between computer science and biology.
|1||14 Aug 2014||Introduction and sequence comparison||Ken|
|2||21 Aug 2014||Database Search||Ken|
|3||28 Aug 2014||Phylogenetic||Ken|
|4||4 Sept 2014||Phylogenetic and Multiple sequence alignment||Ken|
|5||11 Sept 2014||Homology Interpretation||Ken|
|6||18 Sept 2014||Mutation finding by Next generation sequencing||Ken|
|7||2 Oct 2014||Knowledge discovery techniques||Xiaoli|
|8||9 Oct 2014||Knowledge discovery techniques||Xiaoli|
|9||16 Oct 2014||Gene Feature||Xiaoli|
|10||23 Oct 2014||Gene Expression||Xiaoli|
|11||30 Oct 2014||Gene Expression||Xiaoli|
|12||6 Nov 2014||Gene finding||Xiaoli|
|13||13 Nov 2014||Project presentation||Ken/Xiaoli|
|1 Dec 2014 (evening)||Exam|