Bioinformatics -- Microarray Core -- Recombinant DNA/Protein Core 

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Oklahoma State University

Billions of bases, millions of sequences, thousands of genes: how do they all work together to form living beings? How does their working together lead to a turnip in one case and a mouse in another? Answers to these and related questions require the ability to analyze large amounts of information. Biological information handling and analysis is the realm of bioinformatics. Oklahoma State University (OSU) scientists have help in dealing with the flurry of new information through a Bioinformatics resource facility, BioinfOSU, recently established at OSU. It cooperates closely with the Recombinant DNA/Protein Resource Facility and the OSU Microarray Core Facility, facilities that help generate the reams of information that must be dealt with.

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Last updated 9/2/03