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Visualizing the next generation of sequencing data with GenomeView .. .. A .. Why inverse proteins are relatively abundant, J.-C. Nebel and C. Walawage, Protein & Peptide Letters, 17(7), Michal Nánási ([email protected] ) Website: (free download, tutorials, manual, . Next generation sequencing presents new challenges in large scale data at the European Conference of Computational Biology (ECCB) , Ghent. Tutorials, workshops and seminars To do bioinformatics well, you need to learn 3 things. ECCB Next-gen sequencing Tutorial (Thomas [email protected]).

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The workshops, running all but one for a single day, provide participants with an informal setting to discuss technical issues, exchange research ideas, and to share practical experiences on a range of focused or emerging topics in computational biology.

Submissions to the Poster Track were evaluated based on a word abstract and will be shown at the conference along the five main conference themes.

ECCB The 15th European Conference on Computational Biology | Bioinformatics | Oxford Academic

Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. The Application Track is an initiative to promote application of computational biology in industry and other fields beyond academia. The 48 accepted papers are included in this special issue.

Consequently, submissions relating to pure research were deemed out of scope. In this short course, we will introduce the participants to the different next-generation sequencing technologies, show thtorial to do some basic quality checking of the data, how to run the various next-generation alignment tools, create de novo sequence assemblies, and call variants such as SNPs, short indels, and structural variants from a reference sequence.

Use of semantic web resources in computational biology and bioinformatics Tutorial 3: Flexible and interactive visualization of GFA sequence graphs. Friday, 01 April Taken together, the workshops demonstrate how extensively technologies have found their way into large-scale practical applications: Friday, 01 April Tutotial this short course, we will introduce the participants to the different next-generation sequencing technologies, show how to do some basic quality checking of the data, how to run sequencihg various next-generation alignment tools, create de novo sequence assemblies, and call variants such as SNPs, short indels, and structural variants from a reference sequence.

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It offers participants an opportunity to learn about new areas of bioinformatics research, to get an introduction to important established topics, or to develop advanced skills in areas about which they are already familiar.

Today’s software and CPU time availability on clusters, super computers, and the grid allow for easy improvement of old files. As data integration is a pre-requisite for systems biology and translational research, the Semantic Web can bring relevant benefits in these areas. New challenges are now emerging in these fields with the recent advances in low-cost ultra-fast sequencing, bio-imaging and big data.

This distinction was intended to create more clarity for both the reviewers and authors; the reviewing criteria were therefore explicitly stated in the submission guidelines. In recent years, there has been a revolution in the area of DNA sequencing with the arrival of next-generation sequencing technologies.

Next generation sequencing

We also gratefully acknowledge the hard and diligent work performed by the reviewers over a short period of time. Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic.

We are grateful to the ECCB steering committee for their support and contribution to the organization of the conference. The origins of problems are discussed as well as their importance for follow up studies. Each of you will bring something to the conference in terms of scientific contributions, applications, oral or poster presentations and discussions.

Following the call for Proceedings papers, we received submissions.

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The reviewing and selection process was carried out using the EasyChair multi-track conference reviewing system www. On the scientific side, the Proceedings Track presents novel scientific contributions, while the Highlights Track showcases already published high-impact science in computational biology.

As a consequence, databases and software are evolving rapidly, and new algorithms are required to improve computational analyses of massive biological or biomedical datasets.

These technologies have resulted in a huge reduction in the cost of sequencing and has meant that many new researchers now have access to raw sequencing data.

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BioinformaticsVolume 32, Issue 17, 1 SeptemberPages i—i, https: Each tutorial will offer participants an opportunity to learn about new areas of bioinformatics research, to get an introduction to important established topics, or to develop advanced skills in areas they are already familiar with.

Essentially, these efforts contribute to the success and reputation of the ECCB conference! To present a more unified view of where the science has gone over recent years, new to ECCB this year is that the conference presentations are divided over five broad themes: We received more than eighty applications for travel fellowships from young scientists with an oral or poster presentation.

We believe that for all of the rejected submissions, the reviewers provided high-quality reports. Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. Ruben Kok Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences had a decisive role in the Local Steering Committee, while Seqhencing van Gelder is thanked once more for her support also in organisational matters.

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The 14 workshops preceding the ECCB main meeting were selected out of a total of 29 applications, showing how sequfncing ECCB has become as a venue for dissemination of computational biology research.

This year four different tracks were created for ECCB: Within each theme, the theme co-chairs assigned papers to expert referees, taking care to avoid any conflict of interest. All original research papers that had been published in peer-review journals between 1 March,and the submission deadline of 29 Marchwere eligible to be nexxt-gen as a Highlight talk. We thank the authors for incorporating these suggestions as they were given little time to carry out minor revisions.

Recent advances in homology modelling and drug design have made clear that the quality of protein structures is really imnportant for good results. Finally, the ELIXIR track proved to be a very popular addition, with 50 high-quality submissions for only 12 presentation slots.