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Introduction to Bioinformatics and NCBI Molecular Searching

Category: Research

Tags: graduate students, NCBI genetics molecular biology biochemistry genetics genomics p

Bioinformatics and biomolecular databases can be powerful tools to support life science research. While the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) provides free access to millions of biomolecular records, learning how to leverage these tools can be daunting. This workshop will provide an overview on how to use NCBI databases, and introduce strategies for using Entrez to conduct text searches. 

After this session, students will be able to: 

  • Explain what NCBI is and the types of biomedical and biomolecular information stored with NCBI databases.  

  • Use Entrez to find biomolecular information within Gene, Nucleotide, and Protein.  

  • Identify resources for continuing education on this topic.

Workshop Pre-Requisites

There are no pre-requisites for this workshop.

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