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# 5065/3 MHC Manimajra
Phone: 01 859 797 4089
Stock symbol: BISA
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a novice concept to help, aware and assist scientific community in and about the field of bioinformatics.
As Bioinformatics has become an integral part of biological studies, there is a need for introducing an explicit protocol-based approach to Bioinformatics analysis. The objective of BISA is to make it practical for life scientists to design and execute reusable dry-lab protocols.
BISA introduces: Digital Biology Centre aims to define research cooperation to a new level seeing the number of interacting researchers both at pre and post PhD level, a need for a common platform is foreseen so as to address and share bioinformatics problems with more dedication and authentication.
Services vary from molecular biology experiment simulations to genomics RNomics and proteomic analysis. From gene characterizing: promoter characterization, gene structure to protein structure predictions: modeling docking etc. it does cover RNA level gene expression regulation, in short a comprehensive bioinformatics support service. Basically involving all experiments and providing free bioinformatics service to pre and post wet lab experiment analysis. It has been proven beyond doubt the need and utility of bioinformatics in any research unit but the profound limitation being the lack of resource and expertise. BISA has come up with a novice idea of Digital Biology Centre which intends to sign MOUs with research labs actively doing wet and dry lab experiments in combination and also with labs which intend to start doing such experiments. To best of scientific know how it is extremely important to have bioinformatics analysis or simulations should be carried out so as to interpret the available data in the right perspective and post experiment analysis which sets stage for further experiments needs to be done with utmost caution and sincerity.
Point wise services provided under Digital Biology Centre are mentioned below and it should be noted services provided are totally free and information shared will be kept confidential and you will be expected to acknowledge BISA by citing BISA or if major contributions are there you are expected to give authorship in the contributed research paper.
Totally free online bioinformatics support.
Data mining analysis and authentication.
Simulations and interpretation of analysis.
Corporate training and student training
Placement recommendations for students.
A comprehensive online resource usage.
Web based bioinformatics resource sharing.
For research fellows, BISA offers free services aimed at providing them fast and reliable solutions to their bioinformatics based problems. BISA has defined the research potentials available with bioinformatics for life sciences and molecular biologist. By now there are number of online bioinformatics resources available, the lacking that was observed included missing guidance even about the know how and relevance of the concerned resource, or in other words an interpreter was missing that could guide the life science fellows who have very basic or no background about bioinformatics. BISA endeavors to cover up the mentioned lacking by providing free support and analysis to biological science community.
For biological sciences students, BISA provides free online workshops and tutorials to make them aware of the prospects in bioinformatics. The services provided by BISA are totally free as BISA is not a commercial venture.
Last update of this entry: October 14, 2009
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