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Core Bioinformatics group

The CSCI Core Bioinformatics Group employs and creates computational approaches to gain insights into the biology of stem cells. The group performs both routine and customised data analyses for a wide range of genomics experiments in partnership with groups across the institute. This includes the use and development of computational pipelines for high-throughput sequencing applications, with particular expertise in coding and non-coding transcriptomics, epigenetics, single-cell profiling techniques and identification and characterisation of regulatory networks. Collaborative projects typically feature custom analytical solutions and close interaction with experimental labs.

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feamiR is presented at the Heidelberg Non-coding genome symposium by Eleanor

14 October 2021

The feamiR tool , for predicting microRNA/mRNA interactions is presented at the Non-coding genome symposium in Heidelberg! Well done, Eleanor! http://bioinf.stemcells.cam.ac.uk:3838/feamiR_Zi0LIRjPjkQpn1UCZeXh/

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