Introduction. History of Genome Sequencing. Rationale behind genome sequencing. How genomes are sequenced. What happens next. ◦ Assembly and Annotation. ◦ Sequence Submissions. Microbial Genome Sequencing. Human Genome Project. ◦ Encode Project. ◦ 1000 genomes project.
Write a paragraph (less than 1000 characters) on “why you think more genomes need to be sequenced OR not sequenced”. firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com
Literature search databases. NA and protein databases. Animal and plant databases Ensembl Genome project TIGR Database. Biotechnological databases Database for species identification and classification Structural databases Database retrieval and deposition schemes
What are databases? Components. Types of Databases. Applications and Limitations. Journals Publishing databases.
Database management Systems ◦ Mysql ◦ Oracle ◦ Postgress ◦ Sqlserver ◦ MS Access ….
A DBMS in the backend. ◦ SQL scripting ◦ PL/SQLs ◦ Other scripting interfaces(C/C++/API) A front end UI. ◦ PHP ◦ Perl/CGI ◦ VB
Files are not enough Searching. Sorting. Combining data types. Organizing. Managing.
Sequence data in genbank. HTML files. Excel files. Regular list. Indexes. Flat files.
Biological databases ◦ MetaBase ( A database of Biological databases) ◦ http://metadatabase.org/ Bibliographic databases Chemical databases Numerous other databases.