Data That’s Right on Key: Harmonizing the Tobacco Use Supplement to the Current Population Survey

Data That’s Right on Key: Harmonizing the Tobacco Use Supplement to the Current Population Survey

♪ To really be able to look at changes over time was a lot of work. Grudge work. In the past, I’ve always thought the Tobacco Use Supplement was a very important source of data, which was quite unique. But because of the way that you had to get it, you would always have to …

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Full Picture: Research with the Tobacco Use Supplement to the Current Population

Full Picture: Research with the Tobacco Use Supplement to the Current Population

♪ As far as tobacco control, how does the landscape look at any particular point in time? How is it changing? This collaboration using the TUS and other linked datasets gives us the full picture. Three million plus responses. It’s really the database to use. It’s such a rich data set. The available variables and …

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NCBI Minute: QuickBLASTP – Rapidly Find High-scoring Protein Matches

NCBI Minute: QuickBLASTP – Rapidly Find High-scoring Protein Matches

Any questions we get will be answered and they will be in a document that we will link in the Courses and Webinars page. I will send out an email and all of that stuff is ready. And the ftp site URL, the compressed link (https://go.usa.gov/xnQ3C) that will get you to materials, notes for today’s …

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Genome Workbench: Use ProSplign for Protein to Genomic Alignments

Genome Workbench: Use ProSplign for Protein to Genomic Alignments

The ProSplign algorithm was developed at NCBI and is particularly adept at handling frame shifts and mRNA splicing events. This tutorial uses version 2.10.5 of Genome Workbench, which is the first version to include the ProSplign tool. And this video closely follows a tutorial found on the Genome Workbench web page. Documentation for ProSplign can …

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Dietary Supplement Practicum (20 of 21): Analysis of the Evidence

Dietary Supplement Practicum (20 of 21): Analysis of the Evidence

>>Becky Costello: And our last speaker, but not least, today, is Paul Thomas, who’s a scientific consultant with the office also. And he works primarily preparing the dietary supplement fact sheets, along with other educational materials, and does a lot of interaction with the media. And Dr. Thomas also manages the Federal Working Group on …

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Nutritional Metabolomics to Identify Biomarkers of Dietary Patterns and Specific Diet Exposures

Nutritional Metabolomics to Identify Biomarkers of Dietary Patterns and Specific Diet Exposures

In the NIH metabolomics interest group webinar series. Today’s webinar from Dr. Mary Playdon will focus on nutritional metabolomics to identify biomarkers of dietary patterns, and specific diet exposures and its application to understanding breast cancer etiology. Before introduce our speaker I would like to review a few logistics. Should you experience a technical difficulty …

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Relief from severe depression and suicidal ideation within hours: from synapses to symptoms

Relief from severe depression and suicidal ideation within hours: from synapses to symptoms

>>GOOD AFTERNOON EVERYBODY, WELCOME TO THE 18th ANNUAL ASTUTE CLINICIAN LECTURE AND I WELCOME ALL THOSE WATCHING ON VIDEOCAST. I AM JOHN GALLIN AND I HAVE THE HONOR OF INTRODUCING TODAY’S SPEAKER, DR. FRANCIS COLLINS REGRETS HE CAN’T BE HERE BUT HE EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS AND A WONDERFUL LECTURE FOR DR. ZARATE, THIS IS PART OF …

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NCBI Minute: Getting the Genomic Context for BLAST Protein Matches

NCBI Minute: Getting the Genomic Context for BLAST Protein Matches

As I said I’m Peter Cooper. My email address is there. [email protected] I will talk about what I mean by genomic context. Then we’ll talk about the identical proteins group and how to see the corresponding genomic proteins for BLAST hits. We’ll use the graphics links on BLAST. At the end we will wrap it …

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Addressing the Mental Health Needs of People on the Autism Spectrum

Addressing the Mental Health Needs of People on the Autism Spectrum

Good morning and welcome to the interagency autism coordinating committee workshop, addressing the mental health needs of people on the autism spectrum. We welcome our online audience, people in the room, attendees, workshop participants, our speakers, and members of the IACC. We hope that this is a really exciting and interesting day to talk about …

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Dietary Supplement Practicum (6 of 21): NIH Funding for Research & Training

Dietary Supplement Practicum (6 of 21): NIH Funding for Research & Training

>>Regan Bailey: Our next presentation is a result of the evaluations that people filled out. People said they wanted to know a lot about funding at NIH and how do we get funding, what’s available. And so, we have a senior staff member from ODS, Dr. Abby Ershow, who was a program officer at NHLBI …

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