Author(s): 
David Armstrong

Structures of macromolecules are incredibly useful for understanding their function. The Protein Data Bank (PDB) contains over 140,000 experimentally-determined macromolecular structures, therefore finding those most useful for your work can be...

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 (...

This is the third and final part of our functional genomics course. In this course, we will look at why, when, where to submit your functional genomics data.

We recommend that you look at...

Author(s): 
Amy Tang

This course will introduce the field of functional genomics and provide an overview of the major resources for this field at EMBL-EBI.

Updated in August 2014.

For a more in depth look at functional genomics, we have just launched...

Author(s): 
Lorna Richardson

This quick tour provides a brief introduction to Genome Properties , a resource for assigning pathway function to species based on the presence or absence of...

Author(s): 
Lorna Richardson
Predicting functions in genomes using protein signatures

Genome Properties is a resource that allows you to infer the presence of pathways and systems within a...

Author(s): 
Laura Emery

This 25 minute webinar from Dr Laura Emery provides you with an introduction to EMBL-EBI and the data resources available (recorded on 25th February 2015).

The webinar focuses in particular on three core resources - Ensembl, ENA and the...

This course will introduce the field of genomics and provide an overview of the different resources at the EBI which are related to this field. The course is aimed at graduates in the life sciences or related subjects, with an interest in using...

Author(s): 
Sarion Bowers

This quick tour provides a brief introduction to The Global Alliance for Genomics and Health (Global Alliance), which was formed to help accelerate the potential of genomic medicine to advance human health. This Quick tour focuses on the Ethical...

This quick tour provides a brief introduction to the Gene Ontology (GO), the Gene Ontology Annotation (GOA) project and QuickGO, a web-based browser for viewing GO annotations.

This course was published on 8 March 2018.

The NHGRI-EBI GWAS Catalog is a publically available resource of Genome Wide Association Studies (GWAS) and their results. This course provides an introduction of how to browse SNP-trait associations using the NHGRI-EBI GWAS Catalog.

Author(s): 
Rabie Saidi

Understanding protein functions is crucial to unlocking the value of genomic data for biomedical research and innovation. Delivering personalized health and precision medicine requires a detailed understanding of the consequences of sequence...

Author(s): 
Ian Streeter

The Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Initiative (HipSci) is establishing a large catalogue of human iPSC lines, arguably the most well characterized collection to date. The HipSci portal enables researchers to choose the right cell line for...

Author(s): 
George Georghiou

This webinar is a practical guide for how to use GO slims on the new QuickGO as well as highlight features that will help researchers find the information they need on their gene product(s) of interest. We will go over how to set up a GO slim,...

Genetic variation is fundamental to the evolution of all species and is what makes us individuals. Our genes have a large influence on our lives. They affect what we look like, our personalities and preferences and our susceptibility to disease....

Genetic variation is fundamental to the evolution of all species and is what makes us individuals. Our genes have a large influence on our lives. They affect what we look like, our personalities and preferences and our susceptibility to disease....

Author(s): 
Terry Meehan

The International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium (IMPC) portal allows you to search for phenotypes, disease models and knockout mouse strains for your gene of interest. This course will show you how to use the IMPC portal and what data is available...

This course will show you what kind of information you can find in IntAct (one of the EBI's molecular interactions databases), how to access it, the different tools that can be used to access data and some practical examples on how to search and...

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