Bioinformatics for Mouse Phenotype Analysis

Principal Investigator:
Michael A. Langston, Department of Computer Science, University of Tennessee
Abstract:
High-throughput technologies have led to the rapid generation of immense datasets about genes and gene products. These technologies have also shifted the research focus from individual genes to putatively co-regulated genesets. This project is aimed at the development of integrated data mining tools to assist in the analysis of such sets. It's goals include the use planning activities, educational activities and developmental projects to support an interdisciplinary approach to understanding mouse phenotypes and the underlying biosystems that create them.
Participants:
The co-PI for this project is Jay R. Snoddy.