Bio Informatics Interview Questions
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what is the principle involved in Biometry?


How would you value a biotech company as opposed to a consumer products company?


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can u give me an example of a project you were involved with that illustrates your interest and skills in bringing people together?



what is FASTA format?

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what is a qi number?


How do you find the most recent human sequence data in the data bases inorder to determine physical maps?


How do you customise database for blast?

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If you had 1,500 base pair pieces of random DNA and you have to know how many of them had homology to known genes, what would you do to determine that?

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How much template do you need for sequencing?

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What is a ?clean and run? reaction?

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Tell us about three kinds of DNA?

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How can you have an accession number?

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what is a Homologue?

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What is bioinformatics?

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What is Pharmacogenomics?

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Suppose the Blast search returned 100 hits. Of these, 17 were false positives and we knew that there were 165 sequences in the database which should have returned a hit with our sequence. How many false negatives were there, and what is the sensitivity and selectivity of Blast in this instance?


How to find a sequence of dna molecule?


How a cluster algorithm works?


How do you customize database for blast?


what is the principle involved in Biometry?


How to caculate coordinates of each atoms on 3 D HP model?


How do ESTs work?


Did shuffling of protein constituents occur between systems for multicomponent transport systems such as the atp-binding-cassette or complex protein secretion systems?


What is protein sequencing?


What is C-compliator?


What does the ultrametric property of a tree tell us about the evolutionary process?


Bootstrap analysis evaluates evolutionary trees by sampling columns from the original alignment with replacement (multiplying or removing some of them) and computing a proportion of times that a particular branch appears in the resulting trees. What is the main idea behind this approach?


Suppose you used the NCBI Blast server to look for a match to a fruit-fly gene. Suppose further that the best alignment contained this section of an alignment: Hit from database: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXNFSTSQ User sequence: SLEAEAAPASISPSNFSSSQ What do the Xs signify?


Integrate 3x + 5 / (x3-x2-x+1)?


Why do you think that bioinformatics is important?