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    I have to do a bioinformatic assignment and I am really interested in Rheumatoid arthritis. My assignment brief states "The choice will be yours but you will be expected to provide a detailed analysis covering your subject of interest " and "All analysis will be carried out using freely available online bioinformatics tools". Can anybody help me out with a specific analysis I could do? I have thoughts on potentially new targets/drugs but I do not know if this would really fall into the bioinformatic category? (I do not want to create a phylogenetic tree).

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