Functional genomics describes a set of conceptual approaches and associated laboratory techniques that rely on large-scale DNA sequence datasets to investigate the function of, and interactions between, genes as well as their RNA/protein products. This Introduction to Functional Genomics will provide an overview of these techniques, including a) approaches to predicting protein function based on sequence analysis, b) large-scale genetic approaches to identifying novel genotype-phenotype associations, and c) transcriptomic, proteomic and metabolomic approaches that reveal gene functions by
measuring changes in abundance/modification of associated RNA transcripts, proteins and metabolites.
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Course Credit: Indian institute of Technology Kanpur
|lec1 Introduction to Functional Genomics||00:39:00|
|lec2 The Genomics Era||00:45:00|
|lec4 Forward Genetics vs Reverse Genetics||00:28:00|
|lec5 Genome Editing Approaches (Part 1)||00:44:00|
|lec6 Genome Editing Approaches (Part 2)||00:43:00|
|lec7 Transcriptomics (Part 1)||00:33:00|
|lec8 Transcriptomics (Part 2)||00:23:00|
|lec9 Genome Sequence Databases||00:37:00|
|lec10 DNA Sequencing Methods (Part 1)||00:31:00|
|lec11 DNA Sequencing Methods (Part 2)||00:37:00|
|lec12 Applications of Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS)||00:35:00|
|lec13 Tutorial (Session 1)||00:30:00|
|lec14 Tutorial (Session 2)||00:38:00|
|lec15 Genomic Insight into Evolution||00:40:00|
|lec16 Genome sequence: Different Questions, Different Comparisons||00:44:00|
|lec17 Outcome of Comparative Genomics||00:45:00|
|lec18 Laboratory Session 1||00:32:00|
|lec19 Laboratory Session 2||00:27:00|
|Submit Your Assignment||00:00:00|
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