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Muhammad Usman Mirza

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Transcript of Muhammad Usman Mirza

INFORMATION
NAME
COURSE
PERSONAL
Muhammad Usman Mirza

M-Phil Bioinformatics (QAU)
BS Bioinformatics (GCUF)
Bioinformatics and Systems Biology
umirzapk@yahoo.com
LINKEDIN
E-MAIL
www.xpertsol.com/moodle/IMBB
WEBSITE
Biological Databases and Sequence Retrieval
Managing Bioinformatics data
Bioinformatics databases
NCBI Entrez comprehensive overview
Pairwise alignment
Multiple sequence alignment introduction, BLAST algorithm
Protein Sequence Analysis
Multiple sequence alignment interactive session
Expasy server
Protein analysis (Prosite, Pfam, PRINTS, BLOCKS etc
Structural Bioinformatics
Structural and functional levels of protein
Bioinformatics Structural databases
Protein data bank repository
Introduction to applied structural bioinformatics
Molecular docking (Autodock)
CADD (computer aided drug designing)
Autodock interactive session
Systems Biology
Biological networks review
Bioinformatics biological networks resources
Biological network analysis (Interactive session)

Usman Mirza
RESEARCH INTEREST
Structural Bioinformatics
Computer Aided Drug Designing
Computational Molecular Biology
High Throughput Data Analysis
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