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The Keating Lab static web page is at [http://mit.edu/biology/keating/KeatingLab/Home.html http://mit.edu/biology/keating/KeatingLab/Home.html]
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== Members ==
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[[Keating:Lab Members|Keating Lab Members]]
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== Publications ==
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[http://mit.edu/biology/keating/KeatingLab/Publications.html List of recent publications]
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== Resources ==
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[http://keatingweb.mit.edu/avid/ AVID] - Annotation Via Integration of Data
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[http://paircoil2.csail.mit.edu/ PAIRCOIL2] - Improved recognition of coiled coils from sequence data
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[http://www.mit.edu/~gevorg/drawcoil/ DrawCoil 1.0] - A program for drawing helical wheel diagrams for coiled coils
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[[Keating:JournalClub|Journal Club]] article candidates
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== Computational Resources ==
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Computational Biology is a big part of our lab.  To facilitate this work, we use two beowulf clusters.  One cluster is a 32 node dual athlon CPU system, the other newer cluster is a 48 node dual Intel CPU system.  For more information, see the [[Computing/BioMicro Cluster|cluster section.]] In addition to the production level clusters, we have an 8 node dual Intel "mini-cluster" for testing and smaller jobs.
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[[Keating:Lab Workstations|Lab Workstations]]
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== Experimental Protocols ==
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[[Keating:Experimental Protocols|Experimental Protocols]]
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[[Keating:VWR Stockroom|Stockroom]]

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Information concerning the
Keating Lab
Research

Lab Members

Resources:
Publications
Experimental Protocols
Coder's Corner
Internal

The Keating Lab static web page is at http://mit.edu/biology/keating/KeatingLab/Home.html

Contents

Members

Keating Lab Members

Publications

List of recent publications

Resources

AVID - Annotation Via Integration of Data

PAIRCOIL2 - Improved recognition of coiled coils from sequence data

DrawCoil 1.0 - A program for drawing helical wheel diagrams for coiled coils

Journal Club article candidates

Computational Resources

Computational Biology is a big part of our lab. To facilitate this work, we use two beowulf clusters. One cluster is a 32 node dual athlon CPU system, the other newer cluster is a 48 node dual Intel CPU system. For more information, see the cluster section. In addition to the production level clusters, we have an 8 node dual Intel "mini-cluster" for testing and smaller jobs.

Lab Workstations

Experimental Protocols

Experimental Protocols

Stockroom

Personal tools