Comparative Genomics

 Comparative Genomics is an approach that compare two or more genomes to identify the similarities and difference between the genome to analyse the individual genome. Comparative Genomics mainly shows in the studies of Evolutionary biology, Drug Discovery, Functional prediction of proteins, Identification of Genes, Regulatory Genomics and Genome Dynamics. Comparative Genomics are analysed based on three properties like analysis on genome structure, analysis on coding region, analysis on non-coding region. Comparative analysis in genome structure which shows information such as nucleotide composition and similarities relationship from one genome to another genome. These analysed structures can be compared based on nucleotide statistics, structure at DNA level and structure at gene level. Comparative analysis of coding region shows comparison mainly on gene content, protein content and function prediction. Comparative genomics in drug discovery analysis at Genome wide scale that ability to identify and develop novel drug targets.    

  • Track 1-1 Drug Development Programs
  • Track 2-2 Prediction of Functional Proteins
  • Track 3-3 Analysing Genome Structure
  • Track 4-4 Analysing Coding and Non Coding Regions
  • Track 5-5 Therapeutic Interventions

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