Bioinformatics

Authored by Dr. R. L. Bernstein of San Francisco State University, while on sabbatical at SWBIC and incorporate SWBIC resources and materials.

Presentations are suitable for introductory upper division or graduate courses in bioinformatics and are organized for lecture or reference.

Presentation Topic

Course Week Number of Slides Class Use
What is Bioinformatics?

1

57

Lecture
Molecular Biology Review

1

63

Reference/Homework
Bioinformatics Web Sites, Servers, and Databases

1

49

Lecture
Structure and Function of DNA, RNA, and Protein

2

41

Lecture
Sequence Searching with BLAST

2

32

Lecture
Pairwise Sequence Comparison and Alignment

3

34

Lecture
Sequence Similarity Searching and Matching

3

51

Lecture
Protein Structure Display and Manipulation

4

35

Lecture
Multiple Sequence Alignment

5

38

Lecture
Protein Sequence Motifs and Patterns

6

40

Lecture
Hidden Markov Models: Finding Remote Homologs

7

26

Reference/Homework
Introduction to Genomics

7

 Incomplete

Lecture
Human Genome Web Sites and Servers

8

66

Reference
DNA Informatics

8

 Incomplete

Lecture
Structural Genomics

8

 Incomplete

Lecture
Complete Genomic DNA Sequences

9

74

Reference/Homework
Predicting 2D Structure of Protein and RNA

9

41

Lecture
Predicting 3D Structures of Proteins

10

34

Lecture
Functional Genomics

11

 Incomplete

Lecture
High Throughput Biology and Molecular Microarrays

12

52

Lecture
Molecular Phylogenetics

13

67

Lecture
Molecular Clocks

13

22

Reference/Homework
PCR and Primer Design

13

24

Reference/Homework
Human Genes and Genome

14

82

Lecture
Genome Sequencing Projects

14

85

Reference/Homework
Complete Human Genome Sequence

15

73

Reference/Homework
Human Genome and Mapping

15

66

Reference/Homework
DNA Web Sites and Servers

15

54

Reference/Homework
Unix, PERL, and Database Architecture

15

 Incomplete

Lecture