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DNA Subway


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DNA Subway makes high-level genome analysis broadly available to students and educators and provides easy access to the types of data and informatics tools that drive modern biology. Using the intuitive metaphor of a subway map, DNA Subway organizes research-grade bioinformatics analysis tools into logical workflows and presents them in an appealing interface.

By "riding" different lines users can:

  • Predict and annotate genes in up to 150,000 base pairs of DNA sequence (Red Line).
  • Prospect entire plant genomes for related genes and sequences (Yellow Line).
  • Determine sequence relationships, view phylogenetic trees and analyze "DNA barcodes" (Blue Line).
  • Analyze RNA-Seq data for differential expression (Green Line).

Take a ride on DNA Subway, take a look at the manual, or attend a training workshop on how to teach genomics using DNA Subway.

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Development Team:

Name Role Institution
David Micklos Director, DNA Learning Center Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Jason Williams Lead, Education, Outreach and Training Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Cornel Ghiban Computer Programmer Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Uwe Hilgert EOT Project Manager University of Arizona
Mohammed Khalfan Bioinformatics Programmer Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Chun-hua Yang Designer Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory


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