The University of Arizona Cancer Center Bioinformatics Core
Academic Core Facility
The Bioinformatics Shared Resource was founded in 2002 to provide bioinformatics, genomics, and proteomics support to The University of Arizona Cancer Center researchers so that they can fully utilize the power of the human genome project in their research. The Shared Resosurce collects, stores, and makes available a variety of molecular and genetic data on cancer genomes. It uses established computational tools but also develops new tools as needed for analysis of all genome-related data. A variety of computer-related services for informatics support of research projects is also provided. Through these various levels of support, the Bioinformatics Shared Resource provides an integrated approach that assists researchers in their quest for new biological information about cancer cells and tissues and thus aids in finding new drug targets and preventative methods. Some examples of the types of services we offer are given below.
|The University of Arizona Cancer Center Bioinformatics Core 1515 North Campbell Avenue Tucson, AZ, 85724 United States|
|The University of Arizona Cancer Center Bioinformatics Core 20 Customs Street East Auckland, Auckland, 1010 New Zealand|
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