Bioinformatics

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* Understand the basics of bioinformatics and gain a general understanding of the discipline. We will each explore one particular area in-depth as an independent project.
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* Through this study we will gain a general understanding of how topics in bioinformatics work and what the discipline has to offer biological researchers. We will each explore one particular area in-depth as an independent project.
* Topics will include: Programming basics (PERL and R), DNA sequences and strings, simulation of DNA mutations and other molecular events, regular expressions and finding motifs in data, arrays and hashes, databases (GenBank, Protein Data Bank, BLAST), among others.
* Topics will include: Programming basics (PERL and R), DNA sequences and strings, simulation of DNA mutations and other molecular events, regular expressions and finding motifs in data, arrays and hashes, databases (GenBank, Protein Data Bank, BLAST), among others.

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