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This is a course on bioinformatics resources taught by the developers of the resources. Bgee is a curated database of gene expression in animals, including model species such as human, mouse or drosophila, and others such as livestock, primates, or fishes. Bgee integrates information from single-cell and bulk RNA-seq, microarrays, and in situ hybridization. These data are available through a web interface and an R package. Bgee also includes tools which use these data, such as TopAnat or Expression Comparison, and allows integration with users' own data through another R package. In this course, we will present the curated and pre-analysed gene expression data in Bgee.
This course is addressed to life scientists who need to retrieve curated gene expression, obtain expression-based knowledge on genes of interest, or compare expression between genes and between species.
At the end of the course, the participants are expected to:
This course will be streamed, you are thus required to have your own computer with an internet connection.
9:00-12:15 CET time zone - Online lectures (Frédéric Bastian and Marc Robinson-Rechavi)
Morning Lecture is free of charge, but registration is mandatory .
You will be informed by email of your registration confirmation.
This course will be streamed for registered participants. The course will start at 9:00 and end at 12:15 CET. Precise information will be provided to the participants on due time.
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