Carrie Ganote

Carrie Ganote
Indiana University Bloomington | IUB · Pervasive Technology Institute (PTI)

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National Center for Genomic Analysis Support (NCGAS) is an NSF-funded center whose goal is to help biologists optimize their bioinformatic pipelines to best address their research questions. To help reach these goals, NCGAS provides a range of services based on the researchers needs. We currently host gateways, Trinity Galaxy and Genepattern, with...
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National Center for Genomic Analysis Support (NCGAS) is an NSF-funded center whose goal is to help biologists optimize their bioinformatic pipelines to best address their research questions. To help reach these goals, NCGAS provides a range of services based on the researchers needs. We currently host gateways, Trinity Galaxy and Genepattern, with...
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One of the challenges to adoption of HPC is the disjunction between those who need it and those who know it. Biology (specifically, genomics) is a growing field for computational use, but the typical biologist does not have an established informatics background. The National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS) aids users in getting past the...
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Motivation Fusion genes created by genomic rearrangements can be potent drivers of tumorigenesis. However, accurate identification of functionally fusion genes from genomic sequencing requires whole genome sequencing, since exonic sequencing alone is often insufficient. Transcriptome sequencing provides a direct, highly effective alternative for ca...
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An Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Research and Education Facilitator (ACI-REF) works directly with researchers to advance the computing- and data-intensive aspects of their research, helping them to make effective use of Cyberinfrastructure (CI). The University of Oklahoma (OU) is leading a national "virtual residency" program to prepare ACI-REFs to...
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Chromosomal rearrangements leading to fusion transcripts represent a class of oncogenic aberrations that are of high interest for understanding cancer biology, treating cancer patients, and as targets for the development of new therapies. Transcriptome sequencing via RNA-Seq coupled with downstream bioinformatics software applications offers an eff...
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Climate change is compounding the threats to the future of biodiversity, already impacted by habitat loss, invasive species and diseases. In the Hawaiian Islands, many of the endemic species have narrow habitat ranges that make them especially vulnerable to climate change. The Hawaiian Drosophila, a remarkably diverse group of species with 11 liste...
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The National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS) is a response to the concern that NSF-funded life scientists were underutilizing the national cyberinfrastructure. NCGAS is a multi-institutional service center that provides computational resources, specialized systems support to both the end-user and systems administrators, and most importan...
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The copepod Calanus finmarchicus is the most abundant zooplankton species in the North Atlantic. While the life history of this crustacean is well studied, little is known about its peptidergic signaling systems despite the fact that these pathways are undoubtedly important components of its physiological/behavioral control systems. Here we have ge...
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Nonallelic gene conversion has been proposed as a major force in homogenizing the sequences of paralogous genes. In this work, we investigate the extent and characteristics of gene conversion among gene families in nine species of the genus Drosophila. We carried out a genome-wide study of 2855 gene families (including 17,742 genes) and determined...

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