List of Poster Presentations

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Poster Id Presenting author Title
1 Gottmann Pascal

miR-QTL-Scan, a computational framework for the identification of miRNAs involved in metabolic diseases

2 Hariharaputran Sridhar

Construction of protein interaction network for Mycobacterium tuberculosis

3 Hendling Michaela

Oli2go: an automated multiplex oligonucleotide design tool

4 Waldl Maria

Fast Analysis of RNA-RNA Interaction Kinetics for Refining RNA Targeting Screens

5 Rahmann Sven

Ultrafast and space-efficient k-mer indexing

6 Hildebrandt Andreas

Secure protocols for a-priori privacy checks in medical databases

7 Huttner Michael

Lyra - containerized microservices for browsing shared biomedical data

8 Hölzer Martin

Long reads matter: The advantages of Nanopore long-read sequencing

9 Mahfouz Norhan

High genomic diversity of multi-drug resistant wastewater Escherichia coli

10 Li Lifei

Pairs of adjacent conserved non-coding elements separated by conserved genomic distances act as cis-regulatory units

11 Kataka Evans

Edgetic perturbation signatures reproducible across patients of a cancer type represent novel and known cancer biomarkers

12 Rieser Jens

Protein-protein interaction (PPI) network for Salmonella infected cells

13 Perlaza Laura

A genome-wide scan for correlated mutations detects macromolecular and chromatin loop interactions in Arabidopsis thaliana.

14 Kenn Michael

Using gene expression to improve precision in receptor status determination

15 Friedrich Anja

In-silico identification of genotoxic substances

16 Grabski Hovakim

Interaction of quercetin with transcriptional regulator LasR of Pseudomonas aeruginosa: Mechanistic insights of the inhibition of virulence through quorum sensing

17 Hariharaputran Sridhar

Machine Learning and Mycobacterium tuberculosis

18 Zafari Sachli

Tracing the genomic footprint of natural competence in bacterial genomes

19 Auer Florian

Composing a dockerized Ecosystem for the Exchange and Visualization of Biological Networks

20 Perco Paul

Bioinformatics analysis identifies the renoprotective factor dicarbonyl and L-xylulose reductase (DCXR) as prognostic chronic kidney disease biomarker

21 Pirogov Anton

Complexity and Function in the Human Genome

23 Itzel Timo

Superiority of multiple random gene sets in predicting survival of patients with hepatocellular carcinoma

24 Itzel Timo

Hepamine - A Liver Disease Microarray Database, Visualization Platform and Data-Mining Resource

25 Gabdoulline Razif

Measurable Residual Disease monitoring with next-generation sequencing

26 Nazarov Petr

Independent component analysis provides insights into biological processes and clinical outcomes for melanoma patients

27 Caldera Michael

Towards a Systematic Understanding of Drug-Drug Interactions

28 Jungwirth Emilian

Bioinformatic Analysis of FXR related ChIP-seq data

29 Cao Xueqi

Stratification of macrolide treatment for community-acquired pneumonia

30 Timm Henning

Dynamics of MinHash Values on Genomic q-Gram Sets

31 Budczies Jan

In-depth analysis of immunological and genetic tumor status in and across cancer types: impact of mutational signatures beyond total mutational load

32 Jain Arpit

The evolutionary traceability of proteins

33 Tranchevent Leon-Charles

Deep neural network approach to predict clinical outcomes in high-dimensional and smallsample data settings

34 Teese Mark

Structural and functional factors explain the observed difference in sequence conservation between transmembrane and soluble domains.

35 Burdukiewicz Michal

PCRedux: machine learning helper tool for sigmoid curves

36 Ristevski Blagoj

Big Data and Complex Network Analysis in Bionformatics

37 Gabel Alexander

Entropic hourglass patterns of animal and plant development

38 Walsh Thomas

A k-mer based Deep Learning Approach for Quantitative, Reference-free Prediction of Antibiotic Resistance Phenotypes from Next-Generation Sequencing Data

39 Penchovsky Robert

Essential Bioinformatics Web Services for Sequence Analyses

40 Gelhausen Rick

Constraining maximal intermolecular helix lengths improves RNA-RNA interaction prediction

41 Hajseyed Nasrollah Zahra Sadat

Learning the Topology of Latent Signaling Networks from High Dimensional Transcriptional Intervention Effects

42 Pavlova Nikolet

EBWS: Essential Bioinformatics Web Services for Sequence Analyses

43 Kastrin Andrej

Predicting potential drug-drug interactions using statistical learning

44 Singer Franziska

The Swiss Molecular Tumor Board: Comprehensive Molecular Cancer Diagnostics in the Clinics

45 Kretschmer Jens

The m6A reader protein YTHDC2 interacts with the small ribosomal subunit and the 5′-3′ exoribonuclease XRN1

46 Folkman Lukas

Kernelized Rank Learning for Personalized Drug Recommendation

47 Gonnella Giorgio

Flexible and interactive visualization of GFA sequence graphs

48 Simm Stefan

Transcriptome and proteome dynamics during pollen development and their visualization through VoronoiTreemaps

49 Galleguillos Sarah Noel

Efficient calculation of microbial production envelopes

50 Gralinska Ela

Correspondence analysis of human brain organoid transcriptome data

51 Welzel Marius

ChimeraMATE: An algorithm for the de-novo detection of chimeric DNA sequences

52 Kosch Robin

New Approaches for Meta-Analysis and Network Meta-Analysis of Transcriptomics Data

53 Bernhart Stephan

Differential snoRNA expression in miRNA sequencing experiments

54 Fallmann Joerg

The RNA workbench

55 Barth Nicolai

Origin of Enhancer Redundancy

56 Muller Arnaud

Multi-omics and time-resolved data integration for drug response analysis

57 Kim Sang Yoon

Integration of multi-omics lung cancer data through a patient-oriented and pathway-centric approach

58 Jeske Tim

DEUS: an R package for accurate small RNA profiling based on differential expression of unique sequences

59 Will Thorsten

Differential analysis of combinatorial protein complexes with CompleXChange

60 Feldbauer Roman

Protein vector representations for fast similarity search

61 Laimer Josef

M23D - MHC-II Model Database

62 Gerner Samuel

Tamock - Sample-specific gold standards in metagenomics

63 Buphamalai Pisanu

Multilayered Network Framework for Biomedical Data Integration and Disease Gene Discovery

64 Yang Manli

Metabolic adaptation of Chlamydia trachomatis during infection and RNA sequencing analysis of host response in STI patients

65 Müller-Stricker Oliver

Cancer patient stratification by Greedy Symmetric Nonnegative Matrix Factorization

66 Raulf Arne Peter

Simultaneous background correction and classification of infrared microscopic pixel spectra using deep stacked autoencoders

67 Heyl Florian

CLIP-Explorer: A Galaxy-Pipeline for iCLIP and eCLIP data.

68 Vetter Julia

High-throughput Immune Repertoire Sequencing Analysis using the Software ImmunExplorer

69 Mölbert Carla

Identifying functionally interacting proteins via their phylogenetic profiles

70 Marquardt André

Amino acid residue pseudopotentials, SNP annotations using 3D-structures

71 Britto-Borges Thiago

Gene regulatory networks in murine models of heart disease

72 Boileau Etienne

Landscape of RNA translation in murine models of heart disease

73 Nguyen Duy

Proteomics explains client specificity of the human translocon-associated protein complex in ER protein import

74 Pabinger Stephan

Designing functional molecules with DNArchitect

75 Winkler Stephan

White Box Modeling, Variable Impact Analysis, and Interaction Network Identification in Biological and Medical Data Using Symbolic Regression

76 Xiang Yang

Discriminating Spontaneous Tumors from Exposure Induced Tumors in A/J Mice Lung Cancer Model

77 Jakobi Tobias

circtools: a one-stop software solution for circular RNA research

78 Schneider Markus

Multi-level network analysis of structural ensembles

79 Schiavinato Matteo

Genome and transcriptome characterization of glycoengineered Nicotiana benthamiana

80 Bartonek Lukas

Towards physicochemical bioinformatics: an interactive web-based tool for visualizing and comparing physicochemical properties of biological sequences

81 Hurka Sabine

Processing of paper-based case report forms using optical character recognition software for automated data transfer

82 Padalko Anastasiia

Assessment of open reading frame coding potential using proteomic and genomic data.

83 Beneder Victoria

From Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations to Resistance Phenotypes: Semi-Automated Breakpoint Interpretation

84 Loka Tobias

Live analysis and privacy-preserving real-time filtering in next-generation sequencing while the sequencer is still running (Poster to the talk)

85 Lüftinger Lukas

Machine-Learning-Based Annotation Triage and Extraction of Microbial Phenotypic Traits from the Scientific Literature

86 Vulliard Loan

Network-based approach to drug-gene interactions

87 Müller Felix

NICE – Network Informed funCtional Enrichment

88 Peters Philipp

Benchmarking the impact of long-read correction methods

89 Bodrug Alexandrina

Detection of haplotype blocks for genome scaffolding in plants

90 Haladik Ben

Application of Machine Learning and Computer Vision Methods to Characterize Cancer Cells in Hodgkin Lymphoma

91 Abdullaev Eldar

Modelling Segmental Duplications in the Human Genome

92 Lucaciu Calin Rares

Determine ambiguous regions in public genomes

93 Mader Malte

GENOME-WIDE SCAN FOR DIAGNOSTIC MARKERS FOR BUD BURST IN BEECH

94 Jeske Lisa

The revised and extended BRENDA Structure Search

95 Menzel Michael

NoPeak: Binding Motif Discovery from ChIP-Seq Data without Peak Calling

96 Baar Till

Using Nanopore Sequencing for in vivo Cell Type-Specific RNA Expression Profiling

97 Hoff Katharina

BRAKER2: Incorporating Protein Homology Information into Gene Prediction with Genemark-EP and Augustus

98 Mohammadnejad Afsaneh

Network analysis of DNA methylation of visceral adipose tissue comparing obese individuals with and without type 2 diabetes

99 Erkes Annett

Quantitative Prediction of Transcription Activator-Like Effectors

100 Di Liddo Antonella

CircRNA profiling in human cancer cells under hypoxic stress

101 Ebel Matthis

Finding Syntenic Regions in Multiple Unannotated, Unaligned Genomes

102 Jakubec David

3DPatch: tools for fast 3D structure visualization with residue conservation

103 McCann Jamie

Population structure and allele frequency clines in wild and cultivated beets (Beta vulgaris)

104 Geijo Javier

The inference of information transfer in biological systems

105 Pirklbauer Georg J.

Extensions to Peptide Spectrum Match Validation by Semi-Supervised Machine Learning Methods

106 Forster Jan Rouven

Small-scale phasing of somatic variants for neoantigen discovery using Microphaser

107 Thomae Viegas Christian

Modelling Dependencies Between Histone Modifications Using Deep Learning

108 Ortner Martin

An organism-specific hydrophobicity scale based on reference datasets

109 Piontke Jessica Christin

Complexity and Gene Enrichment in Vertebrate Genomes

110 Müller Teresa

An improved scoring scheme for local sequence-structure alignments to identify regulatory RNAs

111 Martens Leonie

RiboSNitches in complex cardiovascular diseases

112 Placzek Sandra

EXOMEDA – The new text mining approach for organism-related information in BRENDA

113 Chernomor Olga

Phylogenetic terraces and an efficient tree space exploration

114 Feichtinger Julia

Promising Serological Biomarkers to Diagnose Giant Cell Arteritis in a Large Cohort of Treatment-Naïve Patients

115 Piewald Florian

PICA-to-go: A fast microbial phenotype investigation pipeline

116 Grützmann Konrad

Does activation of specific transposable elements play a role in the development of glioblastoma?

117 Schmidt Heiko

Detection of Similar Strains in Metagenomic Assembly Bins from an Enrichment Culture

118 Tatto Nadine

Design and development of a comprehensive online resource for the biotechnological important yeast Komagataella phaffii

119 Mainguy Jean

Annotation of viral polyproteins

120 Zwickl Nikolaus F.

Comparative genomics of the pathogenic bacterium Tannerella forsythia

121 Margherita Francescatto

Deep Learning for drug-induced liver injury prediction

122 Ou Yu-Yen

Using continuous bag of words to interpret the hidden information of protein sequences in electron transport proteins

123 Didusch Sebastian

Peptidome – DB: A community-driven proteogenomics database to curate the peptidome