SERVICES

Leading-edge technology and expert knowledge

RNA-seq
ChIP-seq
Whole Exome seq
Whole Genome seq
ATAC-seq
Sequence alignments

RNA-seq
ATAC-seq
CITE-seq
TCR-seq

Volcano plots
Heatmaps
Venn diagrams
Box plots
Reduced representation
PCA, t-SNE, UMAP
Custom plots

Proteomics
Sequence alignments
Homology modeling
Protein complexes
Protein visualizations
Docking

Publication ready
Custom figures
Expert designs
High quality

PlotsREsy
CellExplorer
Custom tools and programs

PEOPLE

Meet our team

Mario
Mario Pujato
Director
Krishna
KrishnaRoskin
Scientific Advisor
Aditi
Aditi Paranjpe
Bioinformatician
Phillip
Phillip Dexheimer
Bioinformatician
Jing
Jing Chen
Bioinformatician
Kevin
Kevin Burns
Biocurator
Joshua
Joshua Fortriede
Biocurator

FIND US

3333 Burnet Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45229-3026
Location S, 10th floor
Office space: S10.200AF
E-mail: help-bcs@bmi.cchmc.org

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Inhibitory Peptide Design
Mario Pujato
3D structure graph
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Early Development
Mario Pujato
Vector graphics
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Single-cell RNA-seq
Aditi Paranjpe
Mario Pujato
R graphics
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Robustness in GRNs
Mario Pujato
Vector graphics
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Web visualization tools
Mario Pujato
Aditi Paranjpe
Web tools in R

OUR COLLABORATORS

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UC
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BCS POLICIES

Authorship and Acknowledgement Policy
We lend our experience and insight with the goal of pushing bioinformatics forward at our institution. The BCS takes on the responsibility to use state-of-the-art methodologies, ensuring correct, current, and properly contextualized analyses. We value collaboration, dependability, and trust. We provide professional and honest opinions, and transparency in our work.

Acknowledging the BCS comes in two ways at the time of publishing results:

The BCS is to be recognized in the acknowledgements section in any published work that used its resources and/or bioinformatician's time. This benefits both researchers and the BCS, as a published track record documenting a collaborative relationship is something granting agencies look for in projects that involve non-trivial amounts of bioinformatics.

We also require BCS bioinformaticians making a meaningful contribution toward a project to be recognized with authorship on published work, in accordance with the "Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals" as established by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (http://www.icmje.org/recommendations). Our bioinformaticians depend on this type of recognition to advance their careers. The BCS will provide their names, together with detailed involvement in the project.


Primary Data Storage Policy
The BCS has the capacity for long-term storage of primary data (for example FASTQ and BAM files) on cloud servers that are fully backed up and compliant with CCHMC's policies.

Up to an average of 6GB per file, for one year, of cloud storage is included in the original quoted investment. Data surpassing the 6GB average per file would require an additional investment. In case additional storage is not requested, the data will be deleted at our discretion.

Please inquire with the BCS for exact pricing if you need long-term storage as cheaper options are available.
Any other files, including figures are subject to long-term storage in BCS servers.