BSB 2020 Program

The LNBI 12558, BSB 2020, is now available online:

Important Note: All BSB 2020 sessions will be available via livestream on Instituto de Computação/Universidade Federal Fluminense YouTube Channel (no interactions via Youtube)

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Nov, 23

16:30 Opening Remarks

17:00 Invited Speaker: David Roos (University of Pennsylvania)

Title: Cross-silo integration and interrogation of complex biomedical datasets: from genomics to epidemiology and back again

Chair: João Carlos Setubal (University of São Paulo)

Nov, 24

Morning session

Chair: Marcelo Brigido (University of Brasília)

9:30-10:00 T1: Elvismary Molina De Armas, Maristela Holanda, Daniel de Oliveira, Nalvo F. Almeida, and Sérgio Lifschitz. A classification of De Bruijn Graph Algorithms for De Novo Fragment Assembly Methods

10:00-10:30 T2: Marcus Braga, Kenny Pinheiro, Fabrício Araújo, Fábio Miranda, Artur Silva and Rommel Ramos. Redundancy Treatment of NGS Contigs in Microbial Genome Finishing with Hashing-Based Approach

10:30-11:00 T3: Sergio Lifschitz, Edward Hermann Haeusler and Julio Omar Prieto Entenza. Efficient Out-of-core Contig Generation

11:00-11:30 T4: Iago Blanco, Carlos Leonardo Araújo, and Adriana Folador. In silico Pathogenomic Analysis of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis biovar ovis

11:30-11:45 T5: short: Renata Cavalcante, J. Miguel Ortega, Jorge de Souza and Tetsu Sakamoto. Assessing the sex-related genomic composition difference using a K-mer-based approach: a case of study in Arapaima gigas (Pirarucu)

Afternoon session

Chair: Ronnie Alves (Instituto Tecnológico Vale)

14:00-14:30 T6: Gabriel Oliveira, Rafael Padilha, André Dorte, Luis Cereda, Luiz Miyazaki, Maurício Lopes and Zanoni Dias. COVID-19 X-ray Image Diagnostic with Deep Neural Networks

14:30-15:00 T7: Guilherme Sato, Leodécio Braz, and Zanoni Dias. Classification of Musculoskeletal Abnormalities with Convolutional Neural Networks

15:00-15:30 T8: Jorge Francisco Cutigi, Renato Feijo Evangelista, Rodrigo Henrique Ramos, Cynthia Oliveira Lage Ferreira, Adriane Feijo Evangelista, Andre C. P. L. F. de Carvalho and Adenilso Simao. Combining mutation and gene network data in a machine learning approach for false-positive cancer driver gene discovery

15:30-16:00 T9: Matheus Ferraz, Wenny Adan, and Roberto Lins. Unraveling the role of Nanobodies Tetrad on their Folding and Stability Assisted by Machine and Deep Learning Algorithms

16:00-16:30 T10: Gustavo Dias, Marta Mattoso, Bruno Lopes and Daniel de Oliveira. Experiencing DfAnalyzer for Runtime Analysis of phylogenomic Dataflows

Nov, 25

Morning session

Chair: Rodrigo Hausen (Transit Inc.)

9:30-10:00 T11: Klairton Lima Brito, Alexsandro Oliveira Alexandrino, Andre Rodrigues Oliveira, Ulisses Dias and Zanoni Dias. Sorting by Reversals and Transpositions with Proportion Restriction

10:00-10:30 T12: Pedro Olímpio Pinheiro, Alexsandro Oliveira Alexandrino, Andre Rodrigues Oliveira, Cid Carvalho de Souza and Zanoni Dias. Heuristics for Breakpoint Graph Decomposition with Applications in Genome Rearrangement Problems

10:30-11:00 T13: Priscila Biller, João Paulo Pereira Zanetti and João Meidanis. Center Genome With Respect to the Rank Distance

11:00-11:30 T14: Leodécio Braz, Vinicius Teixeira, Helio Pedrini, and Zanoni Dias. ImTeNet: Image-Text Classification Network for Abnormality Detection and Automatic Reporting on Musculoskeletal Radiographs


14:00-15:00 Invited Speaker – Bas Dutilh (University of Utrecht)

IMPORTANT! This session will not be livestreamed on Youtube!

Title: Metagenomics: from illuminating “dark matter” to modelling the microbiome

Chair: João Carlos Setubal (University of São Paulo)

16:00 BSB Steering committee meeting

Nov, 26

Morning session

Chair: Raquel C. de Melo Minardi (UFMG)

9:30-10:00 T16: Fernanda M. Demarqui, Ana Carolina S. Paiva, Mariana M. Santoni, Tatiana F. Watanabe, Sandro Roberto Valentini, and Cleslei Fernando Zanelli. Polysome-seq as a Measure of Translational Profile from Deoxyhypusine Synthase Mutant in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

10:00-10:30 T17: Manuela M. do Almo, Isabel G. Sousa, Waldeyr Mendes Cordeiro Da Silva, Thomas Gatter, Peter F. Stadler, Steve Hoffmann, Andrea Q. Maranhão and Marcelo Brigido. Anti-CD3 stimulated T cell transcriptome reveals novel ncRNAs and correlates with a suppressive profile

10:30-11:00 T18: Murilo Montanini Breve and Fabrício Martins Lopes. A simplified complex network-based approach to mRNA and ncRNA transcript classification

11:00 – 11:30 T19: Shivananda Kandagalla, Sharath Belenahalli Shekarappa, Maria Grishina, Vladimir Potemkin, and Pavan Gollapalli. A systems biology driven approach to map the EP300 interactors using comprehensive protein interaction network

11:30 – 11:45 T20: short: Levy Alves, William Castillo-Ordoñez, and Silvana Giuliatti. Analyzing switch regions of human Rab10 by molecular dynamics simulations

Afternoon session

Chair: Waldeyr Mendes Cordeiro da Silva (IFG)

14:00-14:30 T21: Janaina S. Fortirer, Adriana Grandis, Camila T. Castanho, and Marcos S. Buckeridge. Importance of meta-analysis in studies involving plant responses to climate change in Brazil

14:30 – 15:00 T22: Diego Mariano, Mívian Ferreira, Bruno Sousa, Lucianna Santos and Raquel de Melo-Minardi. A brief history of Bioinformatics told by data visualization

15:00 – 15:30 T23: Waldeyr Mendes Cordeiro Da Silva, Daniela P. de Andrade, Jakob L. Andersen, Maria Emilia Walter, Marcelo Brigido, Peter F. Stadler and Christoph Flamm. Computational Simulations for Cyclizations Catalyzed by Plant Monoterpene Synthases

15:30 – 15:45 T24: short: Gerda Cristal Villalba Silva, Luis Soares, and Ursula Matte. Oncogenic signaling pathways in Mucopolysaccharidoses

15:45 – 16:00 T25: short: Jesus Alvarado-Huayhuaz, Fabian Jimenez, Gerson Cordova-Serrano, Ihosvany Camps, and Wilmar Puma-Zamora. Natural products as potential inhibitors for SARS-CoV-2 papain-like protease. An in silico study

16:00 – 16:15 T15: short: Alex Trentin, Beatriz Metzner, Glécio Oliveira Barros and Deborah Leite. A scientometric overview of bioinformatics tools in the Pseudomonas putida genome study

Nov, 27

14:00 Best paper award announcement

14:15 – 15:15 Invited Speaker: Jens Stoye (Bielefeld University)

Title: Searching for Genomic Variants in Multiple Genomes at Once

Chair: João Carlos Setubal (University of São Paulo)

15:30 Closing remarks

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