NCBI BLAST: Learn about accessing from the Entrez sequence databases; the new genome BLAST service quick finder; organism limits and other filters; formatting options and downloading options; and TreeView displays.
Presented April 29, 2016.
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Topic: EVcouplings: Using evolution to determine structure and function
Presenters: Kelly Brock, Ph.D., Laboratory of Debora Marks, Harvard Medical School and Thomas Hopf, Ph.D., Scientific Consultant
Host: Pete Meyer
Recorded on May 12, 2020
Topic: Geneious (Custom BLAST, workflow builder, annotation tools, CRISPER tools) Presenter: Christian Olsen, Field Application Scientist at Biomatters, Inc
Host: Jason Key Recorded on July 26, 2016
Topic: Geneious R7: Sequence Analysis Tool for Biologists Presenter: Christian Olsen, Biomatters, Inc.
Host: Jason Key Recorded on Sept 9th, 2014
Geneious R7 (part II)
Topic: Geneious R7: Molecular Cloning Tools for Biologists Presenter: Christian Olsen, Biomatters, Inc.
Host: Jason Key Recorded on September 30, 2014
IIHG Intro to Kallisto for RNA-Seq
A brief introduction to the theory and method underlying kallisto for transcript quantification of RNA-Seq data.
This screencast is from our IIHG MiniCourse training series on bioinformatic methods for U Iowa researchers.
NCBI NOW, Lecture 7, Using BLAST for Genomic Analysis
Topic: Using BLAST for Genomic Analysis
Presenter: Tom Madden
Topic: Analyzing Molecular Assemblies with UCSF Chimera" Presenter: Tom Goddard, Programmer/Analyst, Resource for Biocomputing, Visualization, and Informatics, UCSF
Host: Jason Key Recordeed on February 7, 2013
Using FastQC to check the quality of high throughput sequence
FastQC is an application which reads raw sequence data from high throughput sequencers and runs a set of quality checks to produce a report which allows you to quickly assess the overall quality of your run, and to spot any potential problems or biases.
This video demonstrates the use of FastQC to analyse some sequence data and goes through the results to explain what a good dataset looks like, and what sort of problems you might encounter.
Using IGV Browser for Variants and Next Generation Sequencing (Part 1)
This video demonstrates how to use IGV browser for a custom genome and dataset, how to use the launch tool, how to import a genome and annotations, and how to import a dataset. Also shown: how to navigate, search, and annotate regions of interest.