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EMBL-EBI resources: An introduction

I watched this video today.

Introduction to EMBL EBI resources www.youtube.com

Literally this video is great to understand the data sources in the view of bird eyes. The detail page is here [1].

EBI Search

Example: Search by the gene name: "BRCA1".

  1. Go to EBI's top page. [2]
  2. Search "BRCA1" (= gene name) on the text field "Find a gene, protein or chemical".

    f:id:happybirthday:20181001051842p:plain Image source: EMBL-EBI

  3. Move to "Search results for BRCA1" page.

    f:id:happybirthday:20181001051941p:plain Image source: EMBL-EBI

  4. Click "Gene & protein summaries" > "BRCA1, DNA repair associated" link.
  5. Move to "Gene & protein summary for BRCA1" page. (https://www.ebi.ac.uk/s4/summary/molecular?term=BRCA1&classification=9606&tid=nameOrgENSMUSG00000017146)

    Gene f:id:happybirthday:20181001052012p:plain Image source: EMBL-EBI

  6. Click Expression button.

    Expression f:id:happybirthday:20181001052033p:plain Image source: EMBL-EBI

  7. Click Protein Structure button.

    Protein Structure f:id:happybirthday:20181001052043p:plain Image source: EMBL-EBI

Europe PMC

Europe PMC = PubMed Central connected with EBI's databases. [3]

10th Anniversary Treasure Hunt

The Treasure Hunt URL is here. [4] It seems that it is the fun content to learn the EBI's data resources.

f:id:happybirthday:20181001052642p:plain Image source: EMBL-EBI - 10th Anniversary Treasure Hunt [4]

Below image is great to know the resources in bird-eyes view.

f:id:happybirthday:20181014222254p:plain Image source: EMBL-EBI - 10th Anniversary Treasure Hunt [5]

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