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Department of Mathematical Sciences

Seminar Archives

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Biomathematics Seminar: A Computational View of Gene Expression

Presented by Sushma Grellscheid, Durham University

11 December 2012 14:00 in CM105 (Mathematical Sciences)


This seminar will present the basic biology of gene expression, and is
intended for a non-biology audience, who may be interested in applying
mathematical and computational methods to biological data to derive a
systems level understanding of gene expression.
I will present in particular the role played by alternative splicing in
generating tissue and disease specific transcript diversity and discuss
the types of data generated by my group to invite collaborations on
mining this extremely rich data in novel ways.

Contact anne.taormina@durham.ac.uk for more information