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A key aspect of the Core is to provide access to computational tools (some web-based, others standalone) required to interpret sequence data, including phylogenic analysis, classification/clustering, processing RNA- or DNA- sequence data.
As new technologies of likely general use are identified this resource works with other center investigators or shared resources to acquire and deploy those computational techniques.
Classes and hands-on computing labs are offered periodically to introduce genomics and proteomics techniques and analysis tools to CFAR staff allowing them to work independently.
Expertise is provided in the areas of microarray, high-throughput DNA sequencing, genomics, & proteomics data, and for combining data with public bioinformatics resources, including expertise specific to viral sequence analysis.
CFAR members can submit questions or request meetings to discuss specific analysis strategies, and solicit advice on experiment design and novel research studies.
For researchers looking to include HIV sequence analysis in an ongoing or proposed project, we offer support for all aspects of experiment design, data generation, quality control and data analysis