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This course is a gateway to the exciting field of Microbial Genomics. You will learn about Microbial Genomes, Use of Genomics, Genomic Data Analysis, Next Generation Sequencing, DNA Sequencing methods, RNA Sequencing, and In silico Antimicrobial Resistance Detection.

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Who Is This For

This course is suitable for currently enrolled students or pass-out students.

About This Course

The Microbial Genomics Certification Program is designed to provide you with an understanding of the rapidly changing area of Microbial Genomics. You will complete hands-on exercises involving comparative analysis, visualization, and interpretation of genomic and metagenomic datasets. This course covers the basics of microbial genomic analysis using currently available tools that are commonly referenced in genomics publications

Why Take This Course

This Certificate Program will be of 30 hours which cover the key bioinformatics concepts and tools, the database required to analyze, visualize, interpret and download microbial genomic big data sets and work with data sets.   Upon successful completion of this course, you will be well versed with the comparative analysis, visualization, and interpretation of genomics data

How Will I Learn

Joining and taking the certificate program will help you advance your career in the microbial genomics domain by providing you with access to a variety of valuable and instructive pre-recorded lectures on steps and associated tools that are required to process, annotate and compare microbial genomes.  

Certification

All the participants will receive certificates on successful completion of course.

Curriculum

    • 1.1 Introduction to Microbial Genomics 00:20:00
    • 1.2 Relation between Gene, Chromosome and Genome 00:09:00
    • 1.3 Genomics and its fields 00:16:00
    • 1.4 Microbial Genomics 00:06:00
    • 1.5 Use of Genomics 00:00:09
    • 1.6 Genomic Data Analysis 00:22:00
    • 2.1 Centarl Dogma of Molecular Biology 00:13:00
    • 2.2 DNA Structure and Sequence 00:16:00
    • 2.3 RNA 00:12:00
    • 2.4 Codon 00:09:00
    • 2.5 Genetic Code and Protiens 00:11:00
    • 2.6 Genotype and its Expression 00:12:00
    • 2.7 Phenotype and Genetic Variation 00:06:00
    • 3.1 Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing 00:11:00
    • 3.2 DNA Sequencing Methods 00:18:00
    • 3.3 Third Generation Sequencing 00:06:00
    • 3.4 Next Generation Sequencing and its Workflow 00:25:00
    • 3.5 Next Generation DNA Sequencing; Illumina Sequencing 00:16:00
    • 3.6 Inserts, Fragments and Reads 00:19:00
    • 3.7 Storage of Sequence Data 00:12:00
    • 3.8 Barcode; NGS Data Analysis 00:19:00
    • 3.9 Polymerase Chain Reaction- Part 1 00:17:00
    • 3.10 Polymerase Chain Reaction- Part 2 00:15:00
    • 3.11 NGS Applications 00:08:00
    • 3.12 Exome 00:15:00
    • 3.13 RNA Sequencing 00:10:00
    • 4.1 Introduction to Bacterial Typing and 2 Systems 00:12:00
    • 4.2 Phenotypic & Genotypic Methods 00:09:00
    • 4.3 DNA Banding Pattern 00:15:00
    • 4.4 Methods of Gene Sequencing;Sequencing of Non-Coding DNA; MLST; Genome Sequencing; DNA Hybridization based Methods 00:12:00
    • 4.5 Attributes of a Genotyping Method 00:13:00
    • 4.6 K-mers and K-mer Counting 00:15:00
    • 4.7 Method of k-mer Finder 00:07:00
    • 4.8 Practical 1 – Exploring KmerFinder Tool 00:21:00
    • 4.9 Practical 2 – SpeciesFinder Tool 00:12:00
    • 4.10 MLST Typing 00:10:00
    • 4.11 Allelic Sequence Identification 00:10:00
    • 4.12 Multi-Locus Sequence Typing Tool 00:15:00
    • 4.13 Practical 3- Exploring Multi-Locus Sequence Typing Tool 00:19:00
    • 4.14 Plasmid Typing & Multiplication 00:16:00
    • 4.15 Types of Plasmids 00:24:00
    • 4.16 Practical 4- Exploring PlasmidFinder Tool 00:16:00
    • 5.1 Antimirobial Resistance Gene Typing 00:14:00
    • 5.2 Antimicrobial Resistance; Drug Resistance in Bacteria 00:09:00
    • 5.3 Spread of Antibiotic Resistance 00:23:00
    • 5.4 Location of Antibiotics Resistant Genes 00:16:00
    • 5.5 Importance of Screening Antimicrobial Resistance Genes (Mycobacterium tuberculosis; Viruses; Fungi) 00:13:00
    • 5.6 Genomics in Antibiotic Resistance Gene Detection 00:14:00
    • 5.7 In-silico Antimicrobial Resistance Detection; ResFinder 00:09:00
    • 5.8 Practical 5- Exploring ResFinder 00:24:00
    • 5.9 Pathogenecity Islands; Horizontal Gene Transfer; Mobile Genetic Elements 00:19:00
    • 5.10 Genomic Islands and its Importance; GC% Content 00:30:00
    • 5.11 Bacterial Pathogens; Pathogenecity Islands; Genetic Organiztion of VP-1 00:19:00
    • 5.12 Practical-6; Exploring SPIFinder 00:17:00
    • 5.13 Practical-7; Exploring SPIFinder – Part II 00:12:00
    • 6.1 Genome Sequence Download 00:17:00
    • 6.2 Sequence Analysis 00:09:00
    • 6.3 Genome Databases 00:14:00
    • 6.4 NCBI 00:09:00
    • 6.5 Entrez 00:10:00
    • 6.6 Practical-8; Exploring NCBI 00:14:00
    • 6.7 Practical-9; Exploring NCBI for Pseudomonas Genome Sequence Information 00:15:00
    • 6.8 Practical-10; Exploring NCBI for Adenyloosuccinate lyase Gene from Leishmania infantum 00:28:00
    • 6.9 Practical-11; Exploring NCBI for Salmonella enterica Genome; Bacillus Genome 00:22:00
    • 6.10 Microbial Genome Database 00:10:00
    • 6.11 Practical-12; Exploring IMG/M 01:10:00
    • 6.12 MBGD for Comparative Analysis 00:14:00
    • 6.13 Practical-13; Exploring MBGD – Part I 00:36:00
    • 6.14 Practical-14; Exploring MBGD – Part II 00:14:00
    • 6.15 Practical-15; Exploring Ensemble Bacteria 00:15:00
    • 7.1 Artemis Software for Genome Browsing and Annotation 00:12:00
    • 7.2 Artemis Downloading and Installation 00:17:00
    • 7.3 Practical-16; Artemis Downloading and Installation 00:14:00
    • 7.4 Practical-17; Genome Visualization using Artemis – Part I 00:26:00
    • 7.5 Practical-18; Genome Visualization using Artemis- Part II 00:43:00
    • 7.6 Practical-19; Exploring GeneMark – Part I 00:38:00
    • 7.7 Practical-20; Exploring GeneMark – Part II 00:19:00
    • 8.1 What is Serotype 00:08:00
    • 8.2 Salmonella Serotyping 00:16:00
    • 8.3 Salmonella and its Serotypes – Part I 00:08:00
    • 8.4 Salmonella and its Serotypes – Part II 00:10:00
    • 8.5 Antimicrobial Resistance in Salmonella 00:07:00
    • 8.6 How to Serotype Salmonella; Traditional Methods 00:10:00
    • 8.7 Alternative Methods 00:07:00
    • 8.8 Practical-21; Exploring SeqSero 00:32:00
    • 8.9 E. coli Serotyping 00:20:00
    • 8.10 Different strains of E. coli 00:18:00
    • 8.11 Methods of E. coli Serotyping 00:19:00
    • 8.12 Practical 22; Exploring SerotypeFinder 00:41:00
    • 8.13 Intoduction To Mobile Elements 00:12:00
    • 8.14 Gene Transfer in Prokaryotes 00:15:00
    • 8.15 Transposons & their Classification 00:14:00
    • 8.16 Mobile Genetic Elements (MGEs); their role in antibiotic resistance 00:25:00
    • 8.17 Practical-23; Exploring MobileElementFinder 00:27:00
    • 9.1 Phylogeny 00:26:00
    • 9.2 Phylogenetic Tree 00:18:00
    • 9.3 Tools for Phylogenetic Tree Construction 00:17:00
    • 9.4 Techniques used for studying Phylogeny; 1. Sequence Alignment 00:17:00
    • 9.5 Importance of squence Alignment 00:21:00
    • 9.6 Sequence Alignment Types 00:26:00
    • 9.7 Sequence Homology & Sequence Identity 00:15:00
    • 9.8 Practical – 24; BLAST 00:57:00
    • 9.9 Practical 25; Exploring CLUSTAL for Multiple Sequence Alignment 00:46:00
    • 10. Summary 00:42:00

Reviews

  1. Sandeep Kumar SinghAugust 17, 2022 at 4:20 PM

    Very knowledgeable units.

    5

    Very useful for the biotechnology and life science students.

  2. Best course on Microbial Genomics

    5

    One of the best platform to learn microbial genomics.

  3. Perfect opportunity to learn

    5

    This course was a perfect opportunity to learn one of the most interested areas of genomics. It gave me a good insight into the niche area of research and the mentor has well explained all the concepts.

  4. Great

    5

    Recommended!

  5. Vey informative and relevant

    5

    Vey informative and relevant

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