The Bioinformatics Core empowers biomedical research by providing timely and high-quality bioinformatics services, delivering bioinformatics knowledge and skills to next generation, and promoting collaborations among faculty across the university and the state. The Bioinformatics Core commits to help faculty and trainees through experimental design, data processing pipelines, customized data analysis, data presentation and interpretation, and integration with public datasets. In addition, the Core provides support for grant applications and offers training workshops. Services from the Core now include NGS data analysis and public database exploration.
- RNA-Seq (bulk cells and single cells)
- Microbiome analysis
- ChIP-seq, CUT&RUN, and CUT&Tag analysis
- MicroRNA data analysis
- ATAC-seq analysis (bulk cells and single cells)
- DNA methylation analysis
- Single cell multiome analysis
- Spatial transcriptome analysis
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Acknowledging the Bioinformatics Core
Please remember to acknowledge the relevant grants that support the Bioinformatics Core in all your publications:
Bioinformatics analyses were performed in the West Virginia University Bioinformatics Core which is supported by the WVU HSC Office of Research and Graduate Education, and NIH grants P20GM103434 and U54GM104942.