This site contains a list of bioinformatic tools and resources that were developed at Colorado State University. The tools range from combinatorial methods used to correct genome assembly to machine learning methods that predict RNA-protein binding. The overarching goal in the development of all the available tools is to better understand and analyze complex omics (genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics) datasets.
22.10.2014 misSEQuel v1.0 released.
01.10.2014 SEQLandscape v1.0 released.
01.10.2014 New website launched.