Course contents: Sequence databases; Sequence alignment (pairwise, multiple, database similarity search); Sequence motif recognition; Genome annotation; Genome sequence analysis; Single-nucleotide polymorhism (SNP) analysis.
Gain an understanding of the approaches for bioinformatic sequence analysis and experience in using bioinformatic tools and resources.
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Mode of Instruction
Written examination (80%) and assignments (20%).
Course syllabus distributed at the start of the course.
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Lecturers: Dr, Rohola Hosseini