The completion of the Human Genome Project in 2006 proved to the world the importance and infinite potential of large medical data collection and analysis. Developments in next-generation sequencing and other advances in biotechnology generated a wealth of data — so much that it is sometimes considered a glut, with a bottleneck between data generation and meaningful analysis. A massive amount of data exists online, freely available to anyone, for either direct data mining or for combined analysis with self-generated laboratory data.
Harnessing the power of big data is the next frontier for biomedical research. Our product, T-BioInfo is cutting edge bioinformatic analytics software, capable of bringing genomic and microbial bioinformatic data to the greater public through our user-friendly interface.
The platform includes analysis tools for RNA-seq, ChIP-seq, bisulfite sequencing, de novo genome and transcriptome assembly, CirSeq, mass spectroscopy for proteomics and metabolomics, 3D biopolymer structures and similarity-based docking, unsupervised analyses (machine learning), and more. The platform streamlines the algorithmic steps needed to conduct these analyses and facilitates integration of multiple “omics” analyses. The GUI-based interface is designed so that researchers with little or no bioinformatics background can easily learn to use it.
Check out the article from Labs Explorer here: https://www.labsexplorer.com/c/top-5-best-tools-for-biomedical-data-visualization_45