BIOINF 3005 - Transcriptomics Applications III
|Contact:||12 x 1 hour lectures, 12 x 4 hour practicals|
|Available for Study Abroad and Exchange:||No|
|Available for Non-Award Study:||No|
|Assumed Knowledge:||GENETICS 2510 and BIOCHEM 2500 or BIOCHEM 2502|
|Assessment:||Practical tasks and project submission|
This course teaches the underlying theory and skills for design and analysis of transcriptome sequencing/assembly experiments and datasets. This will include differential gene expression and transcript assembly. Theoretical background will cover relevant computational, statistical, and network theory, as well as the key biological processes which are under investigation. Practical analysis will involve use of relevant assembly/expression analysis software, R Studio and Bash scripting and/or a compiled programming language in the context of an HPC environment.
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|Term||Last Day to Add Online||Census Date||Last Day to WNF||Last Day to WF|
|Semester 1||Tue 15/03/2022||Thu 24/03/2022||Fri 06/05/2022||Fri 10/06/2022|
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