End Sequence Profiling Computational Lab - Oliver Hampton

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Science and Technology
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SciVee
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Post-secondary
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Computational laboratory: Starting from a set of breast cancer BACs (bacterial artificial chromosomes) End Sequence Profiling (ESP) is performed. ESP analysis sequences the ends of insert DNA in order to characterize genomic rearrangements that may be involved in breast cancer progression. In this study, genomic rearrangements are characterized from 100 breast cancer BACs and 10,000 Fosmids (derived from a pool of the 100 originating BAC) using ESP. Analysis and comparison of both BAC and Fosmid based data sets will be performed. Part of the Computer-Aided Discovery Methods course taught at Baylor College of Medicine.

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English
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