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The Australian Bioinformatics Network was initiated by

ABACBS (pron.ˈabəkəs) runs the Australian Bioinformatics Network

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Invitrogen provides products and services that support academic and government research institutions as well as pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. Its business focus is on

  • Medical Devices - In vitro diagnostic devices (IVD)
  • Drug Discovery & Development
  • Genomics
  • Service Provider
  • Bioinformatics

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iVEC supports research using supercomputing, large scale storage, high-speed communications and scientific visualisation in Western Australia.
iVEC is a joint venture between CSIRO, Curtin University of Technology, Edith Cowan University, Murdoch University and The University of Western Australia and is supported by the Western Australian Government.
iVEC resources are used for world leading research into genomics, molecular dynamics, molecular docking and protein ion channel mechanisms.

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Melbourne Health

Melbourne Health is a Metropolitan Public Health Service, incorporated in the State of Victoria, Australia under the Health Services (Governance) Act 2000.

The service has a focus on clinical research and is internationally recognised for its work in oncology, neurosciences, infectious diseases, diabetes, colorectal cancer and mental health, rehabilitation and aged care. Quality Clinical trials that meet regulatory requirements are a particular strength.
Melbourne Health has led the BioGrid Australia project since its inception.





Micromon is the commercial services unit of Monash University's Department of Microbiology.
The unit specialises in premium, high quality DNA technologies where long-read DNA Sequencing and Next-Generation Sequencing are the core facilities of the unit. Micromon also offers Covaris closed-tube focussed acoustic shearing of DNA, cells and tissues.  
Its Recombinant DNA Techniques Course is the longest running most successful Professional, Biotechnology course of its type in Australia.
Linked Bioinformatics support is available on site for the next generation sequencing facility.



Murdoch University - Centre for Comparative Genomics

The Centre for Comparative Genomics (CCG) is a Western Australian State Government Centre of Excellence. The Centre draws together biomedical and agricultural research and development, bioinformatics activities, expertise in comparative genomics, software development and high performance computing in such a way as to promote shared understanding within and across fields of study. The CCG houses the Australian Bioinformatics Facility (ABF) funded through the National Collaborative Research Infrastracture Strategy to lead the national bioinformatics research infrastructure for genomics, proteomics and metabolomics platforms. The Centre also houses the iVEC@Murdoch supercomputing facility ($6 million) which consists of a supercomputer ranked number 87 in the world (June, 2011). 

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