Bio3D Package for Biological Structure Analysis Utilities to analyze, process, organize and explore biomolecular structure, sequence and dynamics data. Features Features include the ability to read and write structure, sequence and dynamic trajectory data, perform database searches, atom summaries, atom selection, re-orientation, superposition, rigid core identification, clustering, torsion analysis, distance matrix analysis, structure and sequence conservation analysis, normal mode analysis NMAcorrelation network analysis CNA and principal component analysis PCA. In addition, various utility functions are provided to enable the statistical and graphical power of the R environment to work with biological sequence and structural data.
Barth Professor Activity-dependent gene expression in the CNS, the cellular and synaptic mechanisms that underlie learning and memory, and the effect of behavioral training on neural excitability and anatomy Marcel Bruchez Associate Professor, Biological Sciences and Chemistry Fluorescence; biological microscopy; imaging; light-harvesting structures; biosensors; single molecule biophysics; protein translation; protein folding; protein trafficking Phil Campbell Research Professor, Institute for Complex Engineered Systems Growth factors; musculoskeletal physiology; tissue engineering Kris N.
Dahl Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering Structural, organization and rheology of the cell nucleus; protein thermodynamics Dannie Durand Computational molecular biology and computational genomics; especially the evolution of genomic organization and function William F.
Warner Professor of Statistics Image analysis; tools for processing large multidimensional data arrays Charles A. Ettensohn Professor Developmental biology, including gene regulatory networks; early patterning and cell fate specification; morphogenetic cell movements; cell signaling; biomineralization Aryn H.
Gittis Synaptic physiology; optogenetics; behavior; mechanisms of circuit dysfunction in movement disorders David D. Hackney Biochemistry of enzyme mechanism and regulation; ATP-dependent energy coupling; molecular motors N.
Luisa Hiller Bacterial pathogenesis; comparative genomics; intercellular communication; strain evolution; biofilms Veronica F. Hinman Developmental biology, including gene regulatory networks; evolution of developmental mechanisms Chien Ho Professor Protein structure determination by NMR spectroscopy; protein design; monitoring cell migration in vivo by MRI; organ transplantation Jonathan W.
Jarvik Functional genomics; proteomics; gene discovery; cd-tagging; drug target identification Jon W.
Kuhlman Assistant Professor Sensory development and perceptual learning; synaptic physiology and neuronal excitability of inhibitory versus excitatory neurons in intact circuits Cynthia Lance-Jones Associate Professor of Neurobiology, University of Pittsburgh Motoneuron development and spinal cord patterning Christopher J.
Langmead Associate Professor, Computational Biology Machine learning applied to high-throughput NMR structure determination, dynamics, and comparative modeling, modeling complexity in biological systems; brain tumor growth modeling and target planning for 3D conformal radiation therapy; MRI Frederick Lanni Biophysics, cell motility, cytoskeleton, signal transduction, microscopy Philip R.
LeDuc Linking mechanics to biochemistry; nano- and microtechnology Tina H. Lee Mammalian cell biology, membrane trafficking, organelle structure and dynamics, regulation of ER-to-Golgi transport, osmotic stress Adam D.
Linstedt Mechanisms of membrane compartmentalization; trafficking and inheritance Brooke M.
McCartney Mechanisms of signal transduction and cytoskeletal organization during Drosophila development C. Minden Proteomics; developmental biology; cell biology; cell death; fluorescent reagent development Aaron P.staff information, course requirements, and class schedules will be developed using Unified Modeling Language (UML).
This System Requirement Specifications documents will form part of the documentation for the project. The biorepository is overseen by an Executive Committee (EC) and a Biospecimen Storage and Access Committee (SAC).
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