Development of Bioinformatics Infrastructure for Genomics Research

Mulder, Nicola J. and Adebiyi, E. and Adebiyi, Marion and Adeyemi, Seun and Ahmed, Azza and Ahmed, Rehab and Akanle, Bola and Alibi, Mohamed and Armstrong, Don L. and Aron, Shaun and Ashano, Efejiro and Baichoo, Shakuntala and Benkahla, Alia and Brown, David K. and Chimusa, Emile R. and Fadlelmola, Faisal M. and Falola, Dare and Fatumo, Segun and Ghedira, Kais and Ghouila, Amel and Hazelhurst, Scott and Isewon, Itunuoluwa and Jung, Segun and Kassim, Samar Kamal and Kayondo, Jonathan K. and Mbiyavanga, Mamana and Meintjes, Ayton and Mohammed, Somia and Mosaku, Abayomi and Moussa, Ahmed and Muhammd, Mustafa and Mungloo-Dilmohamud, Zahra and Nashiru, Oyekanmi and Odia, Trust and Okafor, Adaobi and Oladipo, Olaleye and Osamor, Victor and Oyelade, Jellili and Sadki, Khalid and Salifu, Samson Pandam and Soyemi, Jumoke and Panji, Sumir and Radouani, Fouzia and Souiai, Oussama and Tastan Bishop, Özlem (2017) Development of Bioinformatics Infrastructure for Genomics Research. Global Heart, 12 (2). p. 91. ISSN 2211-8160

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Although pockets of bioinformatics excellence have developed in Africa, generally, large-scale genomic data analysis has been limited by the availability of expertise and infrastructure. H3ABioNet, a pan-African bioinformatics network, was established to build capacity specifically to enable H3Africa (Human Heredity and Health in Africa) researchers to analyze their data in Africa. Since the inception of the H3Africa initiative, H3ABioNet’s role has evolved in response to changing needs from the consortium and the African bioinformatics community.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science
Depositing User: Mr Uchechukwu F. Ekpendu
Date Deposited: 05 Jul 2021 09:02
Last Modified: 05 Jul 2021 09:02

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