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    UniProt protein sequence databases: use and pitfalls

    Lausanne, 1 April 2011

    The goal of this one-day workshop is to give some basic theoretical and practical knowledge on protein sequence databases and, in particular, on the optimum use of the UniProt web site.

    - Where do the protein sequences come from?
    - What are the differences between UniProtKB/TrEMBL and UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot?
    - What are the manual and automated annotation pipelines ?
    - How can protein sequence accuracy and annotation quality be estimated?
    - How can large dataset (i.e. complete proteome) for a particular organism be retrieved?
    - How can biological knowledge from a Blast result be extracted?
    - What are the differences between UniProt and the NCBI protein sequence databases?
    - How can accession numbers, GIs or other record identifiers corresponding to the proteins of interest be retrieved?

    Speaker:

    Marie-Claude Blatter (SIB)

    Requirements:

    A laptop with wireless connectivity is mandatory.

    Practical organization - Location

    Sessions runs from 9:00 to 17:00 approximately, with a lunch break.
    This one-day course is held in the reading room 2019 at the Genopode Building (Quartier Sorge, 1015 Lausanne)

    Registration:

    Registration is closed.