Informatics

Informatics plays a critical role in transforming the deluge of genomics data into scientific discoveries. JCVI Informatics has been at the forefront of these advancements with informatics tools including whole genome assemblers and TIGRFAMS. As datasets grow in both volume and complexity, we are building tools to address pan genomes, microbiomes, single-cell genomes, genome visualization, haplotyping, and biomarker discovery. The Informatics group is leveraging new databasing strategies, machine learning, and next generation AI to provide innovative solutions to biological challenges.

Discovery of New Human Brain Cell: Rosehip Neurons

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Virus Pathogen Resource (ViPR)

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Influenza Research Database (IRD)

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Development of Reference Cell Types for the Human Cell Atlas

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NSforest

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FlowGate: Transformative Computational Infrastructures for Cell-Based Biomarker Diagnostics

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Automated Analysis of Clinical Flow Cytometry Data: A Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) Pilot

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OGMS: Ontology for General Medical Science

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A Bioinformatics Roadmap for the Human Vaccines Project

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Hepatitis B Vaccine Response

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CL: Cell Ontology

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Archaeopteryx.js

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scRNAseq of Multiple Sclerosis

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Herpesvirus Ortholog Prediction

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EV-D68 Replication in Human Neuronal Cells

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Using Single Nuclei for RNA-Seq to Capture the Transcriptome of Postmortem Neurons

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VDJML: A File Format with Tools for Capturing the Results of Inferring Immune Receptor Rearrangements

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VDJPipe: A Pipelined Tool for Pre-Processing Immune Repertoire Sequencing Data

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Global H1 Influenza Nomenclature

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RF for QC

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FlowMap-FR

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Mature Zika Peptides

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Virus Evolution and Protective Immunity to Influenza

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Arabidopsis Information Portal (Araport)

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Genome Properties

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Maize Cell Genomics: Resources for Visualizing Promoter Activity and Protein Dynamics Using Fluorescent Protein Lines

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