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Life Science Bioinformatics Core, University of Alaska Fairbanks

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Life Science Informatics, UAF, 505 South Chandler Drive, WRRB Room 222, Fairbanks, AK 99775
5396 Mail Trail Fairbanks Alaska 99709 US
(907) 474-5768(907) 474-5768

The Bioinformatics Core provides programming strong support in data management as well as application optimization for the Life Sciences community at the University of Alaska. The overall aim of the core is to provide computational services to University of Alaska researchers including maintenance and optimization of software applications needed for analysis custom workflow pipelines to facilitate analysis of large datasets ,resources for sharing data and relational databases.

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Kevin McCracken
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Core Laboratory
University of Alaska Fairbanks
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