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PATRIC Releases Multiple Analysis Tool Enhancements, New Tutorials Page, and New Genomic and Transcriptomic Data

PATRIC Releases Multiple Analysis Tool Enhancements, New Tutorials Page, and New Genomic and Transcriptomic Data | cellular and molecular medicine | Scoop.it

 

PATRIC Has Passed the 10,000 Genome Mark!

In fact, we currently have well over 12,000 genomes, and almost 3,000 of them were just added in September 2013.   This release also features USDA Brucella and Mycobacterium bovis genomes, which are available exclusively at PATRIC. 


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Open source microscopes will enhance the desire of most researchers to undertake their researches without spending much on buying expensive microscopes.....This will help researchers living in developping countries to do their researches in situ without immigrating to other countries.

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miRNA-221 is an oncogenic promoter in many primary tumors.It is over expressed in (Hepatocellular Carcinoma)HCC, as it down regulates cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitors(CDK N1B/p27,and CDKN1C/p57),thus promoting the proliferation of cancer cells.<br>My question is what REGULATES miRNA-221?
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Rescooped by Divine Ndi Achiri from Virology and Bioinformatics from Virology.ca
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PATRIC Releases Multiple Analysis Tool Enhancements, New Tutorials Page, and New Genomic and Transcriptomic Data

PATRIC Releases Multiple Analysis Tool Enhancements, New Tutorials Page, and New Genomic and Transcriptomic Data | cellular and molecular medicine | Scoop.it

 

PATRIC Has Passed the 10,000 Genome Mark!

In fact, we currently have well over 12,000 genomes, and almost 3,000 of them were just added in September 2013.   This release also features USDA Brucella and Mycobacterium bovis genomes, which are available exclusively at PATRIC. 


Via Chris Upton + helpers
Divine Ndi Achiri's insight:

Open source microscopes will enhance the desire of most researchers to undertake their researches without spending much on buying expensive microscopes.....This will help researchers living in developping countries to do their researches in situ without immigrating to other countries.

more...
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