Resources

Resources

Databases

Software

Web-Based Tools

Workflows

Databases

Lung Cancer Explorer

Lung Cancer Explorer

The Lung Cancer Explorer is an online tool that lets you explore and analyze gene expression data from dozens of public lung cancer datasets online.


OMERO Image Bank

OMERO Image Bank

(UTSW internal use only)

The BioHPC ImageBank uses OMERO, from the Open Microscopy Environment, to provide a portal for storage, visualization, and management of microscopy images. OMERO is part of the OME © 2000-2015 University of Dundee & Open Microscopy Environment.


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Software

QBRC

Quantitative Biomedical Research Center

The QBRC has multiple research labs for interdisciplinary biological research. The team of computational biologists provides online tools and packages for biological research and are continually releasing software to aid with statistical analysis.


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Web-Based Tools

External Cloud Storage

External Cloud Storage

BioHPC provides web-based cloud storage, accessible outside of the UTSW network. This is essential when transferring data with collaborators at other institutions.


BioHPC is accessible anywhere, and features:
1. 50GB of dedicated cloud space, separate from your BioHPC home/project/work quotas.
2. WebDAV access to mount your cloud file exchange storage on your Mac or Windows PC.
(UTSW Internal Usage Only)


UCSC Genome Browser

UCSC Genome Browser

(UTSW internal use only)

BioHPC team provides a mirror of UCSC Genome Browser.


BioHPC Git

BioHPC Git

(UTSW internal use only)

Git is an open source distributed version control system designed to all sized projects with speed and efficiency. The BioHPC team provides a free Git online for your data storage, especially software code.


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Workflows

Pipeclip Galazy

Pipeclip Galaxy

Mammalian RNA is regulated through interactions of RNA-binding proteins (RBPs) with their target transcripts. UV-crosslinking and immunoprecipitation combining high-throughput sequencing (CLIP-seq) is able to profile genome-wide RBP-binding regions accurately and efficiently. However, there are few tools to analyze the data. BICF presents PIPECLIP, a web tool which provides a pipeline for both bioinformaticians and biologist to identify the most likely cross-linking sites from PAR-CLIP, HITS-CLIP and iCLIP sequencing data.


Astrocyte Workflows

Astrocyte Workflows

(UTSW internal use only)

The BICF provides and maintains Analysis workflow packages for: ChIP-Seq, RNA-Seq, Somatic Mutation Calling and Germline Variant Analysis.


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