Bioinformatics & Statistical Genetics
When the BRC at NC State University was founded in 2000, it was with the understanding that quantitative methods applied to massive datasets are essential to the comprehension of the genomic structure of even the simplest organisms. The university is located in Raleigh, the heart of one of the leading research areas in the United States. The BRC has developed strong relationships with industrial partners and other academic or government organizations in the Research Triangle Park area.
- Whole genome analysis of clouded leopard species reveals an ancient divergence and distinct demographic histories
- Genomic map of candidate human imprint control regions: the imprintome
- A cross-species approach using an in vivo evaluation platform in mice demonstrates that sequence variation in human RABEP2 modulates ischemic stroke outcomes
- VIEW poly: a visualization tool to integrate and explore results of polyploid genetic analysis
- A new liver eQTL map from 1,183 individuals provides evidence for novel eQTLs of drug response, metabolic and sex-biased phenotypes.