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Senthil Gandi

Gandi is a Ph.D student in Medical Microbiology at the University of Edinburgh. Having graduated with a degree in Biotechnology, merging cool scientific knowledge into industry became his interest. So he worked for two years for a small biotech company and realised doing a Ph.D was the way forward. He has a keen interest for new technologies and always thinking about spreading the great works of Bitesizebio further.

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Using a Genome Viewer to Scope your Sequencing Data

Using a Genome Viewer to Scope your Sequencing Data

By Senthil Gandi | July 9, 2016

Now you’ve got great sequencing results, thanks to Nick’s article on improving sequencing results. Now what? Well now you need some software (preferably free) to analyze your data. BioEdit is a good option. But what I have to offer today is a much lighter and equally handy tool. It’s called Artemis and was developed by…

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Reading Papers On-Screen

By Senthil Gandi | April 22, 2010

Reading papers on-screen is not something that everyone likes but if you can get used to it, it will help save you time and paper and make filing your literature a breeze. If you use a wide flatscreen monitor, something that is 17inch or bigger, then this tip could make your on-screen reading more pleasurable.…

Mendeley: Easy Research Paper Management

By Senthil Gandi | March 27, 2009

I couldn’t do without iTunes to store and sort all of my music according genre, artist, album and even fetch the album art from the net. And I always wished there was something like this to sort the gazillion publications that I have in PDF format. Not being a Mac user, I couldn’t use Papers,…

BioEdit: A FREE Sequence Alignment Editor

BioEdit: A FREE Sequence Alignment Editor

By Senthil Gandi | February 20, 2009

BioEdit is a biological sequence alignment editor supreme. The author of this software calls it an intuitive multiple document interface with convenient features. What an understatement! At the moment I only use a couple of functions of BioEdit. Mainly I use it to view chromatograms of sequencing results, to do sequence alignments, to reverse complement…

Why You Should Use Gmail

Why You Should Use Gmail

By Senthil Gandi | January 19, 2009

Gmail is no longer just an email provider, but is now packed with loads of useful tools that can make your like easier. In this article, I will share some of the Gmail features I have made use of for my work and research. Search your mail and the WWW Google, being one of the…

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