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Hourly Rate: Not Sure   |  Duration: Not Sure  |  Posted: 7h, 17m ago  |  Ends: 14d, 16h  |   2 Proposals
Do you think you could help me in figuring out how to use HUMAnN Tool. I've attached a paper that describes the HUMAnN tool. I've also attached ppt presentation that has a small tutorial about HUMAnN software (slide 29 and onwards). Here are the links that are describe how to use HUMAnN tool   [obscured]  /humann   [obscured]  /biobakery/biobakery/wiki/humann Thank you
Category: Data Analysis       

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Fixed Price: $500 - $1,000   |  Posted: Apr 09, 2015  |  Ends: 42d, 6h  |   6 Proposals
as described in attached paper----peptide library development from 70 primers/oligonuceotides like A+B=C writing formula like--- Primer A+Primer B=Product X Primer C+Primer D=Product Y Primer E+Primer F=Product Z Translating, deducting, inferring steps for obtaining final pool of products as the output in the attached paper
Category: Product Design       
Skills: Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Chemistry       
Preferred Location: North America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Eastern Asia, Australia/Oceania

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Hourly Rate: Not Sure   |  Duration: Not Sure  |  Posted: Mar 26, 2015  |  Ends: 121d, 21h  |   11 Proposals
I am an almost blind bioinformatics graduate student. I have identified the 33 pathways as differentially expressed in yeast. Now I need help searching through the literature to find what other people have found about them. I am interested in those pathways especially with regards to caloric restriction and aging. Could you please assist me in this? Thanks a lot in advance Thomas Hahn 1) folate biosynthesis 2) folate transformations 3) galactose degradation 4) TCA cycle aerobic respiration 5) tryptophan degradation via kynurenine 6) diphthamide biosynthesis 7) dolichyl glucosyl phosphate biosynthesis 8) folate interconversions 9) histidine biosynthesis 10) lipid-linked oligosaccharide biosynthesis 11) NAD salvage pathway 12) phosphatidate biosynthesis II (the glycerol-3-phosphate pathway) 13) salvage pathways of purines and their nucleosides 14) arginine biosynthesis 15) de novo NAD biosynthesis 16) fatty acid elongation 17) fatty acid oxidation pathw...
Category: Academic Writing       

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Hourly Rate: Not Sure   |  Duration: Not Sure  |  Posted: Mar 01, 2015  |  Ends: 3d, 10h  |   4 Proposals
Help with Gene Ontology (GO) using R Bioconductor for yeast microarray analysis for visually impaired student needed (Important: Please include detailed CV) I am a visually impaired bioinformatics graduate student using microarray data for my master's thesis aimed at deciphering the mechanism by which the yeast wild type can suppress the rise of free reactive oxygen species (ROS) induced by caloric restriction (CR) thus extending lifespan but the Atg15 and Erg6 knockout mutant cannot. Since my remaining vision is very limited I need very high magnification. But that makes my visual field very small. Therefore I need somebody to teach me how to use these programming environments, especially for microarray analysis, next generation sequencing and constructing gene and pathway interaction networks. This is very difficult for me to figure out without assistance because Zoomtext, my magnification and text to speech software, on which I am depending because I am almost blind, has prob...
Category: Other - Data Science       

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Hourly Rate: Not Sure   |  Duration: Not Sure  |  Posted: Dec 16, 2014  |  Ends: 22d, 0h  |   3 Proposals
The objective of this project is to discover how and why caloric restriction (CR) extends lifespan in yeast based on microarray data from knockout mutants, who suffer instead of benefit from CR. The following skills are required or need to be acquired: 1. Knowledge of yeast biology 2. Experience with microarray analysis 3. Constructing gene and pathway interaction networks 4. Planning research projects 5. Writing manuscripts and abstracts 6. Literature review 7. Passion and dedication for teaching The following tools have been helpful for this ongoing project in the past: 1. Statistical package R 2. Cytoscape 3. Ingenuity 4. Python 5. Perl 6. BRB Tools The objective is to develop and accomplish clearly defined realistic research goals. Every step needs to be clearly explained in remote sessions using Team Viewer 5 and Skype to a severely visually impaired student. The goal is to enable the legally blind student to complete master's thesis and PhD dissertation. If you are ...
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Hourly Rate: Not Sure   |  Duration: Not Sure  |  Posted: Nov 28, 2014  |  Ends: 3d, 17h  |   7 Proposals
Hi There, I have analyzed microarray data based on experimental results and information from Yeast Genome Database. I need help using this information to draw gene interaction networks from it. Could you please help me out? Also, the methods used need to be described in detailed such that the results can be published. I would also need you to slowly walk me through the steps of creating such a gene interaction network. I am a legally blind bioinformatics graduate student. I need to explain this project for my thesis defense. If you are interested in assisting me with this project could you please contact me quickly for more details? I thank you very much in advance for considering assisting me in earning a PhD in bioinformatics despite being legally blind. Very sincerely, Thomas Hahn
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