Do you need to do any of the following?
Build molecular networks (of proteins, genes, small molecules, diseases, cells and cell processes, etc.) to identify signaling pathways or disease mechanisms
Analyze OMICS data (including gene expression, metabolomics, proteomics, genotypes) to find:
– Cellular processes and ontologies
– Major expression regulators
– Interesting SNPs associated with specific phenotypes/diseases/cell processes/drugs
Summarize a large body of literature on a specific subject such as a gene, cell process, disease, etc.
Generate publication quality images of biological pathways
Find what proteins are expressed in specific cell types or how a disease impacts a specific cell type
Pathway Studio can help you do all this and more!
Attend the Pathway Studio training class to learn how to use this online research solution that combines a knowledgebase of literature extracted molecular facts with powerful analytical and visualization tools to better understand the underlying biology from experimental, clinical and literature-based evidence.
The class will focus on de novo pathway building, high-throughput data analysis and variant analysis. You will learn to:
Navigate Pathway Studio Web and utilize embedded tools for pathway analysis
Create de novo pathways and biological association networks using the knowledgebase of facts extracted from scientific literature
Import and analyze gene expression data and variant analysis
Build new models or validate existing ones for diseases and cell processes
Leverage the Pathway Studio knowledgebase to build research hypotheses and to verify findings
Explore cause and effect interactions contained in your experimental data
Fast report generation from expression data analysis
Registration for this class is no longer available.
This training class, presented by the NIH Library Bioinformatics Support Program, will be held on July 15 in the NIH Library Training Room, Building 10, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. This class is taught by Pathway Studio staff.
Sign language interpreters and other reasonable accommodations can be provided. If you require such accommodations, please contact the NIH Library Information Desk at 301.496.1080 five business days in advance. For TDD users/callers, please call the above number through the Federal Relay Service at 1.800.877.8339.
The NIH Library in Building 10 serves the information needs of NIH staff and select Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) agencies. The NIH Library is part of the Office of Research Services (ORS) in the Office of the Director (OD).
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