By Dietmar Schomburg, Uta Lessel
Bioinformatics, during this context the appliance of laptop technological know-how to organic difficulties, has turn into an critical a part of any learn within the biosciences. speedy advancements in gene sequencing, constitution choice in addition to rational protein engineering and layout have made it important for biologists, chemists, and desktop scientists to channel their services into huge scale collaborative initiatives. This GBF Monograph offers a normal review of the newest flexible actions in bioinformatics: * organic information Bases * DNA and RNA * Protein Sequences and buildings * From Molecules to mobilephone Metabolism The articles were chosen from contributions to a convention on Bioinformatics/Computer software within the Biosciences, held in October 1995 in Braunschweig on the German nationwide learn middle for Biotechnology.
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