Learn how to use the MICHA pipeline to automatically extract publicly available info for compounds!
To support open data in chemosensitivity assays, our EOSC-Life partner EMBL-EBI has created the integrative pipeline MICHA (minimal information for chemosensitivity assays). This pipeline can be used to annotate chemosensitivity assays based on four major components, including (1) compounds, (2) samples, (3) reagents, and (4) data processing references.
Now, you can join this webinar to learn how MICHA can be used to automatically extract publicly available information for compounds, including primary and secondary targets, disease indications and physio-chemical properties.
This webinar is suitable for any researchers who would like to develop or adapt experimental assays and protocols in their life science studies. An undergraduate level knowledge of experimental biology is useful.