Transcriptomics and Proteomics of Microorganisms

Data emanating from RNA-Seq studies have greatly improved the coverage of Transcriptomics and Proteomics of Plants. This technology further compounded transcriptome analysis by making it possible to identify differentially spliced transcripts etc. In the research, either microarray or RNAseq based datasets is used for Transcriptome Analysis of Agricultural Plants. These datasets are stored as Transcriptome sequence Databases. To clarify the phylogeny of green plants, sequences from the plastid genome are used which is termed as Plant Phylogenomics

Proteomics of Plant Study has been a major boon for many companies, to name a few being Accelrys, ActivX Biosciences, Beyond Genomics, Biomax Informatics AG and Biovation. The research as gained a lot of applications in industry have gained up as a major study in too in top schools as of International Plant Proteomics Organization, Murdoch University, University of Nottingham, University of Salford Manchester and University Of Nebraska–Lincoln.

 

Transcriptome Analysis of Agricultural Plants has led to the improvent in understanding the tolerance capability of agricultural plant genes to pathogens and pest. Transcriptome Sequence database is an archive of computationally assembled sequences from primary data such as ESTs, traces and Next Generation Sequencing Technologies. The overlapping sequence reads from a complete transcriptome are assembled into transcripts by computational methods instead of by traditional cloning and sequencing of cloned cDNAs. Phylogenomics is using genome-scale data to resolve phylogentic relationships.

  • Transcriptomic and Proteomic Analysis of Bacterial and Fungal Biofilms
  • Large scale Analysis of Complex Bacterial Communities
  • Bacterial Physiology and Adaptations
  • System-level approaches of studying bacterial physiology and metabolism
  • Transcriptomics in response to viral infections
  • Transcriptomic and Proteomic Profiling of Viruses

Transcriptomics and Proteomics of Microorganisms Conference Speakers