A new WWW accessible Bioinformatics Centre..the BSC

Brenda Muskat brenda at bioinfo.sickkids.on.ca
Mon Mar 22 20:54:16 EST 1999


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The BSC (Bioinformatics Supercomputing Centre) has been established at
the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  The BSC has
recently acquired Canada's most powerful supercomputer devoted to
biological and bioinformatics research.  In addition to offering the
online resources listed below, the BSC provides assistance with
bioinformatics programs, databases etc.  Contact us (see below) for
support.

The BSC's  Mission:
To be the Canadian leader in bioinformatics through innovative
computational research and provision of training, support, software,
and                 database access.

Currently, the BSC provides, free of charge,  the following internet
accessible resources to scientists:
1)High-speed BLAST of the most current databases on the Origin 2000
supercomputer (SGI)
2)Canadian Node of the human Genome Data Base (GDB)
3)The Cystic Fibrosis Mutation Database
4)The Chromosome 7 database
5)Software enhancement/creation
6)Bioinformatics Training/Support/Data Analysis
7)The GCG package and its new web interface--SeqWeb, available to
researchers within the Hospital for Sick Children


Visit our website  http://www.bioinfo.sickkids.on.ca
Call our Help Desk at (416) 813-8877
E-mail help at bioinfo.sickkids.on.ca


--
Brenda Muskat
Bioinformatics Analyst/Trainer
Bioinformatics Centre
Dept. of Genetics and Genomic Biology
Hospital for Sick Children
555 University Ave. Elm 10-104

Toronto, Ontario
Canada
M5G 1X8
(416) 813-8877




















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<BR>The BSC (Bioinformatics Supercomputing Centre) has been established
at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.&nbsp; The
BSC has recently acquired Canada's most powerful supercomputer devoted
to biological and bioinformatics research.&nbsp; In addition to offering
the online resources listed below, the BSC provides assistance with bioinformatics
programs, databases etc.&nbsp; Contact us (see below) for support.
<P>The BSC's&nbsp; Mission:
<BR>To be the Canadian leader in bioinformatics through innovative computational
research and provision of training, support, software, and&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
database access.
<P>Currently, the BSC provides, free of charge,&nbsp; the following internet
accessible resources to scientists:
<BR>1)High-speed BLAST of the most current databases on the Origin 2000
supercomputer (SGI)
<BR>2)Canadian Node of the human Genome Data Base (GDB)
<BR>3)The Cystic Fibrosis Mutation Database
<BR>4)The Chromosome 7 database
<BR>5)Software enhancement/creation
<BR>6)Bioinformatics Training/Support/Data Analysis
<BR>7)The GCG package and its new web interface--SeqWeb, available to researchers
within the Hospital for Sick Children
<BR>&nbsp;
<P>Visit our website&nbsp; <A HREF="http://www.bioinfo.sickkids.on.ca">http://www.bioinfo.sickkids.on.ca</A>
<BR>Call our Help Desk at (416) 813-8877
<BR>E-mail help at bioinfo.sickkids.on.ca
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<PRE>--&nbsp;
Brenda Muskat
Bioinformatics Analyst/Trainer&nbsp;&nbsp;
Bioinformatics Centre
Dept. of Genetics and Genomic Biology
Hospital for Sick Children
555 University Ave. Elm 10-104</PRE>

<PRE>Toronto, Ontario
Canada
M5G 1X8
(416) 813-8877</PRE>
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