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Workshop at WUSM on Microarray and NGS Data Analysis in Partek Genomics Suite with Pathway

A Field Application Scientist from Partek will lead a full day training workshop on March 31, 2016, at WUSM in the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center Room 602, focused on Microarray and NGS data analysis in Partek® Genomics Suite with Pathway.

The topics and agenda to be covered during the workshop are listed below:

Morning Session (9:30am – 12:00pm):

  • Software Overview, import .CEL files and perform QA/QC of imported data
  • Detect differential expression (ANOVA) and gene list creation
  • Biological interpretation and data visualization (PCA, histogram, dot plot, volcano plot, interaction plot, heatmap etc.)

Afternoon Session (1:00pm – 3:30pm):

  • Live demo on NGS downstream analysis starting with .BAM files
  • Q&A, and hands-on session, where you can get help working with your own data or practice with data from Partek

Registration is required, to register, please complete the workshop registration form. Questions? Contact Maze Ndonwi at ndowimaze@wustl.edu or 314 362 4737

 

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