Author(s): 
Ben Moore

Want easy analysis of your own variant calls? The Ensembl Variant Effect Predictor (VEP) allows you to annotate variants with the genes and regulatory features...

This course focuses on genomes on the Ensembl website at www.ensembl.org. It provides a quick beginner's guide to the overall structure of the Ensembl genome browser.

Author(s): 
Emily Perry

Ensembl runs API workshops worldwide, and for the first time we make one available online. Here you will find a collection of video lectures from the 'Ensembl...

Author(s): 
Emily Perry

This webinar was held on the 6th July 2016 and takes you through the Ensembl regulatory build, which is used to predict the location of promoters, enhancers and other regulatory features in the human and mouse genomes, using experimental data...

Author(s): 
Emily Perry

This course provides a very short introduction to the Ensembl website for browsing chordate genomes. This is a quick overview to the browser, designed to give you an idea of what is...

Author(s): 
Sangya Pundir

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): 
Rossana Zaru

This webinar provides a practical walkthrough of the UniProt website for enzyme data. It highlights features that will help researchers find the information they need on their enzymes of interest, demonstrating how to get the data they’re looking...

Author(s): 
Michael Parkin

With Europe PMC, a free biomedical repository and partner in PubMed Central International, you can search worldwide, life-sciences literature, including articles, books, patents, and clinical guidelines. In this webinar we will show how to use...

Author(s): 
Michael Parkin

This quick tour gives a brief introduction to Europe PMC , an open and free-access literature resource for biomedical and life sciences researchers.

Course updated in June 2017.

Author(s): 
Marc Rossello

In this webinar, Marc Rossello gives an introduction the European Nucleotide Archive (ENA). This webinar took place on 8 April 2015.

NB: This video works best using Google Chrome and when viewed in full screen.

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Author(s): 
Clara Amid

This quick tour provides a brief introduction to the European Nucleotide Archive, the EBI's repository for nucleotide sequence data.

Author(s): 
Clara Amid

This course will show you how to search and retrieve nucleotide sequence data from the European Nucleotide Archive (ENA). The ENA provides sequence assembly details and biological annotation, and uses versioning to track sequence changes.

Author(s): 
Gary Saunders

There are a number of open-access variation datasets available for the genomics community. These are found on numerous FTP servers, various literature resources and probably one or two thousand hard-drives that are floating across the globe. We...

Author(s): 
Gary Saunders

This quick tour provides a brief introduction to the European Variation Archive - an open-access repository for genetic variation datasets that are submitted directly from the community, or are loaded to the resource by internal staff members....

Author(s): 
Sangya Pundir

UniProt is the Universal Protein Resource covering human variants and their disease association, in addition to general protein function and sequence data. This webinar will illustrate how to explore models for human disease variants to support...

Author(s): 
Klemens Pichler

UniProt is the Universal Protein Resource covering human variants and their disease association, in addition to general protein function and sequence data. This webinar will illustrate how to explore protein interactions with the UniProt website...

Author(s): 
Laura Huerta

This extended quick tour provides an introduction to Expression Atlas , an open resource for finding information about gene expression across species and biological conditions....

Author(s): 
Matthew Conroy

There are over 100, 000 three dimensional structures in the Protein Data Bank. Some are unique, others are present in many different forms. This webinar will introduce you to assessing the quality of a given structure and finding the best one for...

This is the first part of our functional genomics course. This course will give you an introduction to functional genomics. We will introduce you to different types of functional genomics studies and discuss best practices when designing your own...

This is the second part of our functional genomics course. This course will introduce you to common technologies in functional genomics studies, including microarrays and next generation sequencing (NGS), with a special focus on RNA-sequencing (...

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