The European Bioinformatics InstituteHinxton, Cambridgeshire - United Kingdom
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SANBI aims to bring genome information, computational biology, and analytical tools to the South African research community. Hosts SA National EMBNet Node, provides links to Sequence Retrieval System (SRS), GeneKraal, and TB Genomes Analysis Server. Research in Sequence Tag Alignment and Consensus Knowledgebase (STACK). Databases include BLAST search in Mycobacterium genome.
SIB operates the ExPASy proteomics server and the Swiss node of EMBnet. Teaching activities include a series of post-graduate courses given at the Universities of Geneva and Lausanne, as well as at the EPFL, and a Masters Degree in bioinformatics. Major research areas include the development of integrated databases and software resources in the field of proteomics.