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A CURE for Salmonella: A Laboratory Course in Pathogen Microbiology and Genomics
15 Sep 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Sophie K. Jurgensen1, Joseph Harsh2, James B. Herrick*2
1. James Madison University, Louisiana State University 2. James Madison University
Rapid advances in genomics and bioinformatics, the vast amount of data generated by next-generation sequencing, and the penetration of the ‘-omics’ into many areas of biology have...
An undergraduate bioinformatics curriculum that teaches eukaryotic gene structure
31 Aug 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Meg M. Laakso1, Leocadia V. Paliulis2, Paula Croonquist3, Brianna Derr2, Elena Gracheva4, Charles Hauser5, Carina Howell6, Christopher Jones7, Jacob D. Kagey8, Jennifer Kennell9, S. Catherine Silver Key10, Hemlata Mistry11, Srebrenka Robic12, Jamie Sanford13, Marisol Santisteban14, Chiyedza Small15, Rebecca Spokony16, Joyce Stamm17, Melanie Van Stry18, Wilson Leung4, Sarah C.R. Elgin4
1. Eastern University 2. Bucknell University 3. Anoka-Ramsey Community College 4. Washington University in St. Louis 5. St. Edward’s University 6. Lock Haven University 7. Moravian College 8. University of Detroit Mercy 9. Vassar College 10. North Carolina Central University 11. Widener University 12. Agnes Scott College 13. Ohio Northern University 14. The University of North Carolina at Pembroke 15. Medgar Evers College, The City University of New York 16. Baruch College, The City University of New York 17. University of Evansville 18. Lane College
Gene structure, transcription, translation, and alternative splicing are challenging concepts for many undergraduates studying biology. These topics are typically covered in a traditional lecture...
A Fun Introductory Command Line Lesson: Next Generation Sequencing Quality Analysis with Emoji!
30 Aug 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Rachael M. St. Jacques †1, William M. Maza †1, Sabrina D. Robertson2, Andrew Lonsdale3, Caylin S. Murray1, Jason J. Williams4, Ray A. Enke*1
1. James Madison University 2. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill 3. University of Melbourne 4. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, DNA Learning Center
Radical innovations in DNA sequencing technology over the past decade have created an increased need for computational bioinformatics analyses in the 21st century STEM workforce. Recent...
Investigating Cell Signaling with Gene Expression Datasets
28 Aug 2021 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By James M. Wachira1, Cleo A. Hughes-Darden1, Asamoah Nkwanta1
Morgan State University
Modern molecular biology is a data- and computationally-intensive field with few instructional resources for introducing undergraduate students to the requisite skills and techniques for analyzing...
Jul 26 2021
Genomics Education Partnership Summer Trainings
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Understanding Eukaryotic Genes modules: Glossary of terms
25 Jul 2020 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):
By Meg Laakso1, Carina Howell2, Cathy Silver Key3, Leocadia Paliulis4, Maria S Santisteban5, Chiyedza Small6, Joyce Stamm7, Elena Gracheva8
1. Eastern University 2. Lock Haven University 3. North Carolina Central University 4. Bucknell University 5. UNC at Pembroke 6. Medgar Evers College CUNY 7. University of Evansville 8. Washington University in St. Louis
This glossary defines the key terms that are used in the Understanding Eukaryotic Genes modules.
Module 6: Alternative Splicing
By Leocadia Paliulis1, Anne Rosenwald2
1. Bucknell University 2. Georgetown University
This module explores how multiple different mRNAs and polypeptides can be encoded by the same gene. After completing this module students will be able to explain how alternative splicing of a gene...
Module 5: The Need for an Open Reading Frame
By Carina Howell1, Leocadia Paliulis2, Anne Rosenwald3
1. Lock Haven University 2. Bucknell University 3. Georgetown University
In this module, students will learn to identify the open reading frames for a given gene, and define the phases of the splice donor and acceptor sites.