Using Bioinformatics For Research

Quick & convenient biological resarch tools

This platform is based on the research results of Professor Jin Weibo from the College of life Science and Medicine, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University.

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What is Bioinformatics?

Bioinformatics is a discipline that studies the collection, processing, storage, dissemination, analysis and interpretation of biological information. It is also a new discipline formed by the combination of life science and computer science with the rapid development of life science and computer science. It reveals the biological mysteries of a large number of complex biological data through the comprehensive utilization of biology, computer science and information technology.

Personal profile:

Dr. Jin Weibo, Professor, supervisor of master's degree, director of Biotechnology Department, School of life science and medicine, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University. He is mainly engaged in the identification and function identification of plant microRNA, presided over or participated in more than 10 national and provincial and ministerial projects, and published more than 30 papers.

At present, the research directions are as follows:

1. Bioinformatics: recognition, annotation and functional analysis of noncoding RNA based on high-throughput sequencing technology;

2. Molecular biology: biological function and regulatory mechanism of noncoding RNA.



An ultrafast, memory-efficient tool for plant miRNA annotation and quantification.

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Genome-wide computational identification of phasiRNAs and their regulatory cascades.

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A Danshen transcriptional Resource Database.



Salvia miltiorrhiza Genome Database.



a single-stranded functional RNA nanostructure designer