The Multi-Image Genome viewer (MIG) is primarily aimed at high-throughput sequencing experiments where a "signal" is detected at multiple locations across the genome (such as ChIP-Seq and RNA-Seq). MIG allows the user to filter, sort and visualise these regions of interest in their local genome context.
McGowan SJ, Hughes JR, Han ZP, Taylor S
Bioinformatics (2013) 29: 2477-8
MIG: Multi-Image Genome viewer.
Zegami lets you search, sort, filter and group collections of images in real time and in a single field of view. It allows you to load not only your images, but also the associated metadata and has an array of in-built filters that make it easy to see patterns and identify relationships based on the data contained in each image.
Mascot Server is a commercial search engine which uses mass spectrometry data to identify proteins from primary sequence databases. The facility shares access to a multi-node Mascot Server cluster hosted by the CBRG.
The Central Proteomics Facilities Pipeline (CPFP) allows simultaneous searching and result combination from multiple search engines for statistical analysis of results. It includes tools for quantitative proteomics (LIBRA for iTRAQ/TMT, and ASAP ratio for SILAC) and semi-quantitative label-free analysis (SINQ).
CapSequm is an online tool to design oligonucleotides for multiple targets for use in next generation (NG) Capture-C experiments.
Davies JO, Telenius JM, McGowan SJ, Roberts NA, Taylor S, Higgs DR, Hughes JR
Nature Methods (2015) 13: 74-80
Multiplexed analysis of chromosome conformation at vastly improved sensitivity.