Bioinformatics Short-term Support and Infrastructure (BILS)National facility
Bioinformatics short-term support and infrastructure is a facility at SciLifeLab that provides expertise in multiple bioinformatics areas (please see our services and equipments below). Several of the facility personnel are also members of BILS (Bioinformatics Infrastructure for Life Sciences). BILS is a distributed national research infrastructure supported by the Swedish Research Council providing bioinformatics support to life science researchers in Sweden. BILS is also the Swedish contact point to the European infrastructure for biological information ELIXIR. The facility has BILS-associated personnel in both Uppsala and Stockholm. In addition, the facility offers access to Uppsala-based application experts within imaging and evolutionary biology.
- We can help with infrastructure related to bioinformatics. data storage, data publishing, access to computing and access to bioinformatics tools
- We provide expertise in multiple bioinformatics areas. Biostatistics, phylogenomics, metabolomics, systems biology, protein bioinformatics, mass-spectrometry proteomics, genome annotation and large scale sequencing (NGS) including metagenomics
Our main resource is our staff. For compute and storage, we rely on the SNIC centres, where BILS has access to dedicated partitions of the systems. BILS has cluster for genome annotation.
- RNA seq analysis
- Genome annotation
- Multivariate analysis
- Evolutionary analysis of proteins
- Ancestral state reconstructions
- Disorder and indel analysis
- Analysis platform for mass-spectrometry data
- Tools for phenomics analysis
- Cancer data analysis
- Mass spectrometry data storage
- Bioinformatics training, workshops
- Information about our BILS staff expertise is available via this link
- More details about projects are available in our BILS Annual Report 2013
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