(ANSA) – MILAN, 21 DEC – A few minutes and a handful of clicks are enough to analyze hundreds of thousands of genome and protein data thanks to reString, the new free and open source software that allows even researchers with no experience in bioinformatics to create complex analyzes. The result is published in Scientific Reports by researchers from the State University of Milan and the Policlinico di Milano.
“Our software – explains Stefano Manzini, medical biotechnologist and first author of the article – is able to automatically retrieve information and useful data from huge online databases, based on the results that are being obtained in the laboratory. able to ‘summarize’ these data in a more immediate and understandable way, putting together the common or most recurrent elements in all the experimental conditions of the research, however numerous they may be. This work is fundamental to understand, within hundreds of thousands of data, which are the most promising in explaining a given phenomenon and therefore how to direct future research.
Normally it is an analysis that is carried out manually in laboratories that do not have dedicated researchers who are experts in bioinformatics, and it takes away several precious days: now, thanks to reString, anyone can do it in a few clicks “(ANSA).
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