Biowulf at the NIH
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The NIH Biowulf cluster is a GNU/Linux parallel processing system designed and built at the National Institutes of Health and managed by the Helix Systems Staff. The system is designed for large numbers of simultaneous jobs common in bioinformatics as well as large-scale distributed memory tasks such as molecular dynamics.


Recent Publications:
(All collected publications)
thumbnail image from paper Pleiotropy Analysis of Quantitative Traits at Gene Level by Multivariate Functional Linear Models
Wang Y, Liu A, Mills JL, Boehnke M, Wilson AF, Bailey-Wilson JE, Xiong M, Wu CO, Fan R
Genet Epidemiol. , doi: 10.1002/gepi.21895 (2015)

thumbnail image from paper Modeling the effect of codon translation rates on co-translational protein folding mechanisms of arbitrary complexity
Luca Caniparoli and Edward P. O'Brien
J. Chem. Phys. , doi://10.1063/1.4916914 (2015)

thumbnail image from paper A Functional Data Analysis Approach for Circadian Patterns of Activity of Teenage Girls
Ruzong Fan, Victoria Chen, Yunlong Xie, Lanlan Yin, Sungduk Kim, Paul S Albert, Bruce Simons-Morton
J. Circadian Rhythms , DOI: 10.5334/jcr.ac (2015)

thumbnail image from paper Continual Re-Introduction of Human Pandemic H1N1 Influenza A Viruses into US Swine, 2009-2014
Martha I. Nelson, Jered Stratton, Mary Lea Killian, Alicia Janas-Martindale and Amy L. Vincent
J. Virology , doi: 10.1128/JVI.00459-15 (2015)
Current Cluster Status
Saturday, April 18th, 2015
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In the last hour:
457 jobs started
512 jobs finished
Users and Jobs:
135 users
1144 running jobs