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Web screen dumps: The editors prefer tables or figures instead of web screen dumps. Bioinformatics — Lecture Notes Class 1 1. Go over Syllabus 2. Get class list and backgrounds 3. Check if any other possible class time. The project originally was planned to last 15 years, but effective resource and technological advances have accelerated the expected completion date to Several types of genome maps have already been completed, and a working draft of the entire human genome sequence was announced in June , with analyses published in February An important feature of this project is the federal government's long-standing dedication to the transfer of technology to the private sector.
By licensing technologies to private companies and awarding grants for innovative research, the project is catalyzing the multibillion-dollar U. It is the creation of complete, anatomically detailed, three-dimensional representations of the normal male and female human bodies.
Acquisition of transverse CT, MR and cryosection images of representative male and female cadavers has been completed. The male was sectioned at one millimeter intervals, the female at one-third of a millimeter intervals. Over time, they expect the site to become a comprehensive collection that will rival the best of traditional anatomy publications. Human Brain Project http: The goal is to produce new digital capabilities providing a World Wide Web WWW based information management system in the form of interoperable databases, and associated data management tools.
Tools would include, and are not limited to, graphical interfaces, querying and mining approaches, information retrieval, data analysis, visualization and manipulation, integrating tools for data analysis, biological modeling and simulation, and tools for electronic collaboration. The Neuroscience database will be interoperable with other databases, such as genomic and protein databases, to create the capability to analyze functional interactions in greater depth. Tools will also need to be created to manage, integrate and share this resource via the WWW providing the capability for channels of communication and collaboration between geographically distinct sites.
These databases and tools will be used by neuroscientists, behavioral scientists, clinicians and educators, in their respective fields, to understand brain structure, function, and development across the many levels and areas of data collection and analysis.
The Physiome Project http: The long-range goal is to understand and describe the human organism, its physiology and pathophysiology, and to use this understanding in improving human health.
The project aims toward providing models that summarize information on physiological systems, integrating the observations from many laboratories into quantitative, self-consistent, comprehensive descriptions. The goal is to provide to the community of scientists, physicians, teachers, and to medical health professional and industrial communities, functional descriptions of human biological systems in health and disease.
A fundamental and major feature of the program is the databasing of the basic observations for retrieval and evaluation.