Organization profile

Organisation profile

The department of bioinformatics actively contribute to research, academics and developmental activities of SOLS. It is engaged in training, education and offers data analysis to the community needs in the field of human health. It also provides the atmosphere and opportunities for students and researchers to take up career in bioinformatics. The department has state-of-the-art laboratories, teaching facilities and qualified teachers. Department develops computational programs and has access to sophisticated software for high throughput data analysis and storage facilities. The core area of research include: NGS assembly and annotations, microarray data analysis, mass spectrometry data analysis, systems biology and protein networks, cloud computing and data analytics.

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    Research Output

    • 92 Citations
    • 4 h-Index
    • 12 Article
    • 1 Review article

    Hypoxia increases mutational load of breast cancer cells through frameshift mutations

    Hassan Venkatesh, G., Bravo, P., Shaaban Moustafa Elsayed, W., Amirtharaj, F., Wojtas, B., Abou Khouzam, R., Hussein Nawafleh, H., Mallya, S., Satyamoorthy, K., Dessen, P., Rosselli, F., Thiery, J. & Chouaib, S., 01-01-2020, In : OncoImmunology. 9, 1, 1750750.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
  • Enumeration of deregulated miRNAs in liquid and tissue biopsies of cervical cancer

    Shukla, V., Varghese, V. K., Kabekkodu, S. P., Mallya, S., Chakrabarty, S., Jayaram, P., Pandey, D., Banerjee, S., Sharan, K. & Satyamoorthy, K., 01-01-2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Gynecologic Oncology.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 2 Citations (Scopus)

    Host and MTB genome encoded miRNA markers for diagnosis of tuberculosis

    Chakrabarty, S., Kumar, A., Raviprasad, K., Mallya, S., Satyamoorthy, K. & Chawla, K., 01-05-2019, In : Tuberculosis. 116, p. 37-43 7 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 1 Citation (Scopus)