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a cool translational bioinformatics lab

For those of you interested in bioinformatics or taking advantage of cutting-edge bioinformatics to analyze your data (e.g. microarray, proteomics), check out the Chinnaiyan lab at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor:

http://www.pathology.med.umich.edu/dynamo/chinnaiyan/index.jsp

This lab has published a lot of cool bioinformatics papers and I (as well as others I know) have found their methods to be very useful in extracting insightful information from data.  Do a Pubmed search on Dr. Chinnaiyan to check out the lab’s work:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=chinnaiyan+am

There are actually many cool bioinformatics labs, which produce analysis tools that may be helpful to bioinformatics researchers as well as experimentalists for analyzing data.  I will pass on more links in future posts.

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