Author(s): 
Ola Spjuth

Virtual Research Environments (VREs) are systems that assist researchers by providing an environment with the necessary tools and data, backed by an appropriate e-infrastructure, enabling them to carry out research e.g. data analysis. There can...

Author(s): 
Gareth Owen

This quick tour provides a brief introduction to ChEBI, the EBI's Chemical Entities of Biological Interest database, which focuses on 'small' chemical compounds. For a more detailed walkthrough of ChEBI, have a look at our...

Author(s): 
Namrata Kale

Chemical Entities of Biological Interest (ChEBI) is a user-friendly online chemical dictionary that focuses on the nomenclature, structure, and biological properties of '...

Author(s): 
Prudence Mutowo

Prudence Mutowo presents this webinar on...

Author(s): 
Louisa Bellis

This course has been retired

To learn more about the ChEMBL database and its new interface you can watch a recording of our webinar...

Author(s): 
Anne Hersey

This quick tour provides a brief introduction to ChEMBL, the EMBL-EBI's chemogenomics resource. For a more detailed walkthrough of ChEMBL, have a look at our...

Darren Green, Director of Computational Chemistry at GSK, presents a talk on using computational chemistry approaches for drug discovery. The talk explains how informatics can aid many steps in the discovery and development process, to elucidate...

Author(s): 
Vera Matser

The diXa data warehouse was a curated collection of toxicogenomics experiments. This course will show you how to use the diXa warehouse and what data is available....

Author(s): 
John Overington

John Overington, Director of Bioinformatics at Stratified Medical, and former group leader at EMBL-EBI, presents a talk on the repurposing of drugs for novel therapeutic applications. The talk explores how computational approaches can be used to...

Author(s): 
Anna Gaulton

Anna Gaulton presents this webinar on the druggable genome and the concept of druggability. She discusses why druggability is so important in drug discovery and what methods and databases you can used to determine the druggability of your targets...

From BLAST searches to literature services, gene annotation and information on protein structure and function, large amounts of biological data can be accessed online with the click of a button.

When it comes to repeated tasks with large...

This quick tour provides a brief introduction to the Enzyme Portal - a data resource that provides access to information from several enzyme-related databases, both at EMBL-EBI and the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (SIB).

Author(s): 
Anne Hersey

Overview

ChEMBL is a manually curated open database of bioactivity data of molecules with drug-like properties. It enables users to identify data...

Author(s): 
Steffen Neumann

Metabolite identification is a crucial step when trying to understand e.g. the courses of a disease on the metabolomic level. In this webinar we will briefly introduce the MetFrag system and then focus on using MetFrag in Galaxy as part of the...

Author(s): 
Kenneth Haug

This quick tour provides a brief introduction to the EBI's metabolomics resource: MetaboLights .

Author(s): 
Fabien Jourdan

Metabolomics datasets are the outcome of biochemical events ruled by enzymatic reactions. All these reactions, and related substrates and products, can be gathered in a single mathematical object called a metabolic network. In this webinar, we...

Author(s): 
Antonio Rosato

Metabolomics is a well-established tool in systems biology, especially in the top-down approach. Metabolomics experiments often results in discovery...

Author(s): 
Tim Ebbels

Metabolomic datasets are becoming increasingly large and complex, with multiple types of algorithms and workflows needed to process and analyse the data. This makes it difficult for researchers to make sense of their data without access to...

This course provides a basic introduction into the rapidly emerging field of metabolomics and its importance and applications.

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