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Journal of Alzheimers Disease & Parkinsonism
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Paul Whitesman

Paul Whitesman Disease Motifs Rochdale Greater Manchester England


Dr. Paul Whitesman is a Researcher at Disease Motifs, Oldham, United Kingdom, Higher Education

Currently he is in Manchester Metropolitan University

Previouly he was in Disease Motifs, Manchester Metropolitan University
He did his MSc in Bioinformatic from The University of Manchester in 2005

The PERL programming that he do just processes the Swiss-Prot datasheets and Fasta sequence files and uses a downloaded BLAST program to search for protein similarities and then to parse the results. This does NOT use the PERL modules available to do this.

He have created other websites in his spare time, all hardcoded: the Great Northwestern which can be found at and is still in development; and also Middletonia which can be found at this is really a friend’s website who wrote most of the pages content and helargely wrote the code. Again this is still in development.
He conduct his own research in to the causes of various diseases and have published the odd paper.

Research Interest

He have an interest in conducting his own bioinformatics research into the causes of human diseases. A small section of his work can be found on the ‘Disease Motifs’ website at . The website is pretty basic being hardcoded as he was teaching myself HTML and CSS. This research work largely uses some basic PERL programming and the reading of scientific literature as referenced on the datasheets found in the protein database Swiss-Prot.


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