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Alejandro Llanes [Send a message]
Member since: March 18, 2008
Biochemist with computational skills, experienced in computational genomics and in theoretical sequence analysis, molecular evolution and phylogenetics. Interested in high-throughput analysis of genomic sequences plus any kind of biological data.
Curriculum vitae

Current address:

San Martin University at Panama
Building 1, Clayton
Panama City, Panama
Panama

Education:

Specialist in Bioinformatics
Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Havana, Cuba
2003 - 20o4
BSc in Biochemistry
Faculty of Biology, University of Havana
1999 - 2004

Experience:

Professor San Martin University at Panama 2007 - 2008
Predoctoral Student Bioinformatics Unit at Centro de Biologia Molecular Severo Ochoa, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid 2006 - 2007

Skills:

Phylogenetic and phylogenomic reconstruction

Computational genomics

UNIX/Linux scientific computing

C/Perl programming, web design

English (bilingual)

Activities:

Interests:

Computational genomics

Molecular evolution

DNA and protein sequence analysis

General bioinformatics

References:

Pajon R, Yero D, Lage A, Llanes A, Borroto CJ (2006) Computational identification of beta-barrel outer-membrane proteins in Mycobacterium tuberculosis predicted proteomes as putative vaccine candidates. Tuberculosis. 86(3-4):290-302.

Llanes A, Espinosa G (2006) A strategy to pairwise genome comparison for evolutionary inference and phylogenetic reconstruction based on non-local characters, with application to the phylogeny of Sauropsida.

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