MCBI (MIRC Centre for Bioinformatics)

MCBI is a part of MIRC (MITS Innovation & Research Centre).We focous in the area of Bioinformatics & Computational Biology. Having SuperComputer (Supernova), An Apple X-Server installed with MAC and other high end equipments, we are seeking participation and involvement of any Organization, Researcher or individual - interested to carry out project or consultancy work at our Lab. This lab also encourages B.Tech. and Post Graduate Students to pursue their Projects / assignments.

Our Research Output

Database

The different biological database encourages the scientific society for sharing of scientific data that enhance the research activity.

Software

Multiple integrative software platforms have been developed with user-friendly interfaces to increase the ease of reproducibility of analyses.

Publication

Keeping records of experiments and writing a scientific article are two very distinct tasks, but both must be performed regularly to succeed in research.

Offering the full spectrum of Bioinformatics Research Tools

Extend your research by integrating your data with the world's knowledge

  • DNA & Protein Sequence Analysis Tools in parallel computing environmant like XpressAlign, BLAST, T-Coffee, HMMER, Primer3, etc.

  • Protein Structure Prediction and validation Tools like MODELLER, RaptorX, SWISS-MODEL, I-TASSER, etc.

  • Computer-aided Drug Design tools like ChemDraw, MarvinSketch, UCSFChimera, Pymol, GROMACS, NAMD, CASTp, Autodock, Pharmer, eDesign, E-Dragon, etc.

Research Areas

Molecular Modelling & Simulation

Molecular modelling encompasses all methods, theoretical and computational, used to model or mimic the behaviour of molecules.

Biological Databases and Software Design

Currently the biology is turning into a data rich science , therefore data acquisition and management is essential to increase the ease of reproducibility of analyses.

Next Generation Sequence Analysis

With its unprecedented throughput, scalability, and speed, next-generation sequencing (NGS) enables researchers to study biological systems at a level never before possible.

Metabolic Pathway Analysis

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Metabolic pathway analysis is becoming increasingly important for assessing inherent network properties in (reconstructed) biochemical reaction networks.

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