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INBRE Bioinformatics Core


The goals of the Bioinformatics Core are:

* To increase the research capacity in bioinformatics in the State of Hawaii
* Provide hardware, access, and support to researchers who utilize genomic and proteomic data
* Provide a web-based gateway with access to a variety of bioinformatics applications, including available proprietary software such as Celera, and support for this software
* Undertake collaborative project with INBRE researchers to develop novel tools or applications that address specific needs
* Develop an academic program in bioinformatics with the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM)
* Recruit a full-time junior faculty member to lead the academic program
* Conduct training workshops and courses, and run a user support helpdesk







  • Anacle ( Software )

  • FragAnchor ( Software )

    "GPI-anchored protein prediction tandem system."

  • GeneSpring GX ( Software )

    "GeneSpring GX provides powerful, accessible statistical tools for fast visualization and analysis of expression and genomic structural variation data. Designed specifically for the needs of biologists, GeneSpring GX offers an interactive desktop computing environment that promotes investigation and enables understanding of microarray data within a biological context."

  • GPI-DB ( Software )

    "A GPI-anchor prediction database for fragAnchor."

  • JMP ( Software )

    "Data visualization and deep analytics for the desktop – software that now reaches out to users of Microsoft Excel, R and advanced data mining and modeling techniques."

  • Sequencher ( Software )

    "DNA sequence assembly software."

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Last updated: 2011-11-21T17:28:41.137-06:00

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The eagle-i Consortium is supported by NIH Grant #5U24RR029825-02 / Copyright 2016