User: Pine Biotech

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Pine Biotech70
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New Orleans, LA
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http://pine-biotech.com/
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@PineBiotech
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1 year, 12 months ago
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b**@pine.bio

“We simplify bioinformatics and enable discovery of molecular diagnostics, small molecules, vaccines, and other therapeutics through our powerful multi-omics analysis platform, T-BioInfo. Our goal is to bring the exciting new capabilities of big omics data analysis and integration into the hands of biomedical researchers through a simple and intuitive interface, innovative algorithms, integration, and visualization. We believe that, in the hands of biologists and medical researchers, our platform will enable discoveries that will enhance personalized healthcare and precision medicine. Our major scientific partner in bioinformatics, the TAUBER BIOINFORMATICS RESEARCH CENTER at University of Haifa, developed T-BioInfo as a powerful bioinformatics platform for the analysis and integration of heterogeneous types of high-throughput data.”

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News: T-BioInfo Platform and Bioinformatics Courses Beta Test
... ![enter image description here][1] Over the past few months, our team has been working on courses and projects that we hope can make bioinformatics more accessible to biologists, computer scientists, and everyone in between. Most bioinformatics education courses focus on technical issues rather tha ...
analysis genome tutorial chip-seq rna-seq news written 22 months ago by Pine Biotech70
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Comment: C: PDX Models: Tumor-stroma interaction
... Thanks biostar-police. Yes, this is a plug. I don't see an issue with that. ...
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News: PDX Models: Tumor-stroma interaction
... ![*enter image description here*][1] This project is based on the results reported in Bradford et al., 2016, “Whole transcriptome profiling of patient-derived xenograft models as a tool to identify both tumors and stromal specific biomarkers”. The tumor stroma, or the microenvironment around a tumo ...
R pdx chip-seq news transcriptome written 23 months ago by Pine Biotech70
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News: Pine Biotech Public Data Analysis Projects
... The Pine Biotech team has been working on several educational projects that follow a publication and extract a portion of the raw data that anyone can analyze. Based on our beta version of the T-BioInfo platform, one can run the whole process in just under an hour and experience the power of machin ...
cancer genome news ngs sequence microbiomne written 23 months ago by Pine Biotech70
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News: Cell Lines: multi-omics network of associations to model precision treatment
... Modern advances in personalized medicine have used technology to characterize a patient’s fundamental biology, in terms of DNA, RNA, or protein. This can be used to classify a disease (such as breast cancer subtype) or to characterize important details of the patient (such as genes related to drug r ...
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News: Introducing Omics Logic
... The Human Genome Project showed that while mankind’s genetic makeup is 99.1% identical, and only 0.9% of genetic variability creates vast variability that exists within the human species (Novelli 2010). [Personalized medicine][1] is the effort to prescribe the most appropriate drug for each individu ...
data ngs clincial research news cancer written 23 months ago by Pine Biotech70
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Blog: Introducing: OmicsLogic for Clinical Research
... If they can be harnessed, the massive amounts of biomedical data generated by healthcare interventions, clinical trials of pharmaceuticals, and biomedical research have a real potential to speed up drug discovery while driving down healthcare costs. Especially, this is true with the growing utilizat ...
biotech next-gen blog clinical research written 23 months ago by Pine Biotech70
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News: Free Training in Bioinformatic analysis available with Pine Biotech T-BioInfo
... Data analytics skills are in high demand in clinical research and treatment development, though most bioinformatics education courses focus on technical issues rather than the bigger picture of big data and its potential to change the way we view disease and treatment discovery. Learning how to run ...
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News: A Personalized, Precise Approach to Fighting Cancer
... Cancer is the second major cause of mortality in the United States and targeted cancer therapies are bringing about an exponential increase in effectiveness over traditional cancer therapies. Traditional cancer treatment, such as chemotherapy, has come a long way in the past five decades, and care c ...
cancer news chip-seq sequencing biotech rna-seq written 24 months ago by Pine Biotech70
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News: Exponential growth of data in biomedicine needs a skilled and experienced workforce
... A wealth of public domain biomedical data is available to anyone online, however, data analysis technology can only be utilized by those trained to work with it, leaving researchers without the proper skills and tools drowning in the overwhelming amount of information. It might sound intimidating, b ...
news R biotech rna-seq gene bioinformatics written 24 months ago by Pine Biotech70 • updated 24 months ago by genomax68k

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