JSM Activity #387


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Activity ID:  387
Title
! Genomics and Proteomics
Date / Time / Room Sponsor Type
08/15/2002
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Room: H-Regent Parlor
Biometrics Section*, Biopharmaceutical Section*, ENAR Contributed
Organizer: n/a
Chair: Jeanne Kowalski, Johns Hopkins University
Discussant:  
Floor Discussion 9:50 AM
Description

Molecular biology has given us the tools to sequence our genes and the proteins that they code for. Making valid inferences from such data will require the development of new statistical methods. These talks will illustrate current research in this area.
  301129  By:  Sreelatha   Meleth 8:35 AM 08/15/2002
Implications of Proteinchip® Surface-enhanced Laser Desorption/Ionization (SELDI) Technology on Statistical Techniques Used in Proteomics.

  301272  By:  Lei  Zhu 8:50 AM 08/15/2002
Multiplicity Adjustment in Pearson's Correlation between Molecular Activity and the Target Protein Structure

  301299  By:  Jeremy  Taylor 9:05 AM 08/15/2002
Proteomics and the Analysis of Protein Expression Profiles

  301339  By:  Jeffrey S. Morris 9:20 AM 08/15/2002
Estimating Multinomial Probabilities in SAGE (Serial Analysis of Gene Expression ) Data

  301730  By:  Josee  Dupuis 9:35 AM 08/15/2002
Bayesian Mixture Analysis of Genetic Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) Typing Data

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