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  1. Bioinformatics for Geneticists: A Bioinformatics Primer for the Analysis of Genetic Data
  2. Bioinformatics: A Practical Guide to the Analysis of Genes and Proteins
  3. Bioinformatics Programming Using Python: Practical Programming for Biological Data (Animal Guide) by Mitchell L. Model, 2009-12-15
  4. Bioinformatics and Systems Biology: Collaborative Research and Resources by Frederick Marcus, 2010-11-30
  5. Knowledge-Based Bioinformatics: From analysis to interpretation
  6. Algorithms in Bioinformatics: A Practical Introduction (Chapman & Hall/CRC Mathematical & Computational Biology) by Wing-Kin Sung, 2009-11-24
  7. Bioinformatics: Tools and Applications
  8. MicroRNA Profiling in Cancer: A Bioinformatics Perspective
  9. Machine Learning Approaches to Bioinformatics (Science, Engineering, and Biology Informatics) by Zheng Rong Yang, 2010-05-06
  10. Introduction to Mathematical Methods in Bioinformatics (Universitext) by Alexander Isaev, 2004-06-02
  11. Discovering Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics (2nd Edition) by A. Malcolm Campbell, Laurie J. Heyer, 2006-03-12
  12. Instant Notes in Bioinformatics by Charlie Hodgman, Andrew French, et all 2009-09-24
  13. Probabilistic Methods for Bioinformatics: with an Introduction to Bayesian Networks by Richard E. Neapolitan, 2009-04-17
  14. Exploring Genomes: Web Based Bioinformatics Tutorials by William M. Gelbart, Richard C. Lewontin, et all 2007-03-23

21. Bioinformatics Research Center: Home
The bioinformatics Research Center (BRC) at North Carolina State University is one of the world s premier centers for education and research in
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The Bioinformatics Research Center (BRC) at North Carolina State University is one of the world's premier centers for education and research in bioinformatics, the field that integrates information science and statistics with the study of genomics. Established by the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina System in 2000, the BRC is located on NC State University's Centennial Campus in Raleigh. The BRC has two important missions:
  • Research: Our research focuses on the development of new computational and statistical tools for the analysis and interpretation of genomic data. Our research addresses both theoretical and practical issues in human, plant, and animal genetics. Education: The BRC is dedicated to providing outstanding educational and training opportunities for graduate students and genomic scientists. We offer graduate programs in bioinformatics and statistical genetics.

22. Home — UM Bioinformatics Graduate Program
The bioinformatics Graduate Program (BGP) was established as an interdepartmental program in 1998 at the University of Michigan, and enrolled its first
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The Bioinformatics Graduate Program
(BGP) was established as an interdepartmental program in 1998 at the University of Michigan, and enrolled its first matriculating class in 2001. The BGP is the academic component of CCMB and is led by Dr. Dan Burns, Professor of Mathematics, and has 35 Ph.D. and M.S. students. This Program is highly interdisciplinary in nature and involves many different schools and departments across campus. [ MORE The Ph.D. program's objective is to prepare students for careers in teaching, and basic and applied research. This preparation emphasizes basic molecular biology and advanced quantitative methods found in engineering and applicable biological research. These engineering methods take advantage of emerging mathematical and computational models of biological phenomena. It is anticipated that graduates of the Ph.D. Program will find rewarding careers in universities, medical schools, research institutions, and new industries. [ MORE
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prepares students for a wide range of consulting and applied research positions in private industry, government, and academia. The Masters degree program also offers outstanding training for students that may be interested in pursuing a Ph.D. but feel that they are not quite prepared for a Ph.D. program. The University of Michigan offers two tracks within the Masters Degree in Bioinformatics: a Professional Masters Degree Track and a Research Masters Degree Track. While the fundamental goals for both tracks are very similar, the emphasis for each differs. [

23. The Brutlag Bioinformatics Group
Homepage of a group at Stanford University who are interested in the problems of predicting biological function and structure from primary sequence.

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25. Oxford Journals | Life Sciences&Mathematics & Physical Sciences | Briefings In B
Briefings in bioinformatics received an impact factor of 24.370 in the 2006 ISI Briefings in bioinformatics is a superb journal, and I find it to be an
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View Current Issue (Volume 9 Issue 2 March 2008) Advance Access Browse the Archive Briefings in Bioinformatics received an impact factor of in the 2006 ISI Journal Citation Reports, achieving a rank of in Biochemical Research. Click here for more information and free access to the highly-cited MEGA3 article.
Briefings in Bioinformatics is an international forum for researchers and educators in the life sciences. The journal publishes reviews for the users of databases and analytical tools of contemporary genetics and molecular biology and is unique in providing practical help and guidance to the non-specialist. Briefings in Bioinformatics is a superb journal, and I find it to be an essential resource for staying current with the field of bioinformatics. The field of bioinformatics evolves at a rapid pace, and this journal rigorously describes current progress and often anticipates likely future developments. From a practical point of view, I use information from these articles in the laboratory and I also reference the journal in my teaching and publications."

26. BioInformatics Services: Homepage
bioinformatics Services (BIS) is a biotechnology consulting firm specializing in applying the power of computational biology to build solutions to complex
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Computational Tools for Biological Complexity BioInformatics Services (BIS) is a biotechnology consulting firm specializing in applying the power of computational biology to build solutions to complex biological and data analysis problems faced by scientists in public and private research institutes, biotechnology companies, and universities. BIS is operated by Robert D. Phair, Ph.D. Contact Information: E-mail:
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There are two main areas of this Website. Select one of these links for fast access to what interests you: Modeling Services, Computational Biology Services and Integrative Bioinformatics Services to Help You Deal Effectively with Biological Complexity Free Resources for Modelers and Computational Biologists
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- We cordially invite you to attend KinMet2008, an unofficial satellite meeting of the AHA/ATVB meeting. This year we are meeting on April 15 at the Omni Hotel in Atlanta. All investigators interested in kinetic analysis of lipid, lipoprotein and sterol metabolism are welcome. Details and current schedule of talks are on the

27. UCSD Bioinformatics Program
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28. UCSC Genome Browser Home
Provides genome browser, gene sorter, blat search function, and publications.
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About the UCSC Genome Bioinformatics Site Welcome to the UCSC Genome Browser website. This site contains the reference sequence and working draft assemblies for a large collection of genomes. It also provides a portal to the ENCODE project. We encourage you to explore these sequences with our tools. The Genome Browser zooms and scrolls over chromosomes, showing the work of annotators worldwide. The Gene Sorter shows expression, homology and other information on groups of genes that can be related in many ways. Blat quickly maps your sequence to the genome. The Table Browser provides convenient access to the underlying database. VisiGene lets you browse through a large collection of in situ mouse and frog images to examine expression patterns. Genome Graphs allows you to upload and display genome-wide data sets.

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30. MBB 447b3 (747b3) Syllabus
This course will provide an overview of bioinformatics, the application of computational Summer Jobs in bioinformatics. If you re really motivated,
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Computational analysis of gene sequences and protein structures, on a large-scale. Topics include sequence alignment, biological database design, comparative genomics, geometric analysis of protein structure, and macromolecular simulation. [ Blue Book Entry
Timing and Location
To be offered in the half of the spring term as a "module." Meeting from 1:00-2:15 PM on Mondays and Wednesday, in Bass 205. (Some classes may also be held on Fridays.)
First meeting: Bass 205, 1:00-2:15 PM, Monday 3/22/99.
Mark Gerstein Department, Bass Yale University, New Haven, CT
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31. Welcome To Bioinformatics At RIT
bioinformatics is a field that has been developing over the last 20 years. It is a discipline that represents a marriage between biotechnology and computer
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What is Bioinformatics? Bioinformatics is a field that has been developing over the last 20 years. It is a discipline that represents a marriage between biotechnology and computer technologies and has evolved through the convergence of advances in each of these fields. Today bioinformatics is a field that encompasses all aspects of the application of computer technologies to biological data. Computers are used to organize, link, analyze and visualize complex sets of biological data. Bioinformatics @ RIT In order to address the need for highly trained individuals in this exciting field, RIT has established new degree programs in Bioinformatics at both the baccalaureate and masters levels. Already a national leader in biotechnology education, we are now offering curricula which lead to the BS and MS degrees in Bioinformatics. The latter is comprised of two tracks of core courses, a choice of electives, and a required research thesis. In addition, we offer a combined BS/MS program which can be completed in a total of five years. An integral component of our program is goal of familiarizing our students with the algorithms and techniques used in and appropriate for bioinformatics. While many of the courses in our programs are already offered, albeit across colleges and departments, we have developed more than 15 new courses for the bioinformatics programs which specifically address the symbiosis between the disciplines within biotechnology and the computing sciences. The interdisciplinary nature of bioinformatics requires close work with departments outside of Biological Sciences. In this light, our programs have been developed in collaboration with the faculty of the departments of Biological Sciences, Computer Science, Information Technology, Mathematics and Statistics and Chemistry.

32. CSREES Funding Opportunity Animal Genome: Bioinformatics, NRI
The bioinformatics program requests applications for the development of bioinformatic tools that will assist in functional genomics, annotation and
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The Animal Genome program provides science-based knowledge and technologies to generate new or improved high-quality products/processes and to promote the efficiency of agricultural production systems. This information will also enhance protection and safety of the Nation's agriculture and food supply through development and delivery of information/technologies to genetically improve animals of agricultural importance. The Bioinformatics program requests applications for the development of bioinformatic tools that will assist in functional genomics, annotation and comparative genomics, in silico analysis, and use of genomic data in genetic improvement programs of agriculturally important animals. Applicants are strongly encouraged to read the entire Program Description section for current priorities and additional information relative to the program of interest. Please carefully review the RFA guidelines to ensure application acceptance. Special Notation More NRI Information Who Is Eligible to Apply
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  • 33. Bioinformatics Resources At OSC
    OSC offers bioinformatics software, enabling technologies, and application database resources to Ohio s higher education community.
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    Challenges in state-of-the-art biology research are being met daily by using high-performance computing technologies. The research need to integrate, search, analyze, organize, compare and share increasing volumes of diverse information is at the heart of the challenge. Working collaboratively with research teams from multiple disciplines, including botany, microbe, animal, and human, researchers at OSC combine advanced computing technologies with research challenges to break barriers to critical insight. The focus of the group is to exploit the most advanced computing technology to accelerate comparative informatics and advance modeling for systems biology. With a special emphasis on parallel computing technologies, the Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Technology Research Group (CBBTRG) integrates individuals with expertise in computer science, software development, microbiology, computational chemistry, and project management to deliver solid solutions for researchers across Ohio and nationally. Past Projects Presentations and Publications
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    34. Forensic Bioinformatics DNA Consulting Services
    Forensic bioinformatics, headed by Dan Krane, reviews cases involving forensic DNA testing. We employ an automated analysis system to provide an objective
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    Fax: (937) 426-9271 Forensic Bioinformatics reviews cases involving forensic DNA testing. We employ an automated analysis system to provide an objective review while making the results easy to understand. We provide full consulting and testimony services. We also continue to perform research to better understand and define issues pertaining to forensic DNA testing and interpretation.
    Our seventh annual conference will be held August 14-17th, 2008. For more information, visit our conference page
    See Dan Krane, Bill Thompson, Marc Taylor, and others discuss LCN DNA testing on RTE News Prime Time. Click HERE and select the Wayne O'Donoghue story.

    Find out the importance of utilizing a run-specific RFU threshold HERE . In conjunction, our LOD/LOQ baseline determination beta software has been released. Determine the level of background noise in your samples with our free software. Download it

    35. Main Page - Open Bioinformatics Foundation
    The Open bioinformatics Foundation or O B F is a non profit, volunteer run organization focused on supporting open source programming in bioinformatics.
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    open source programming in bioinformatics The foundation grew out of the volunteer projects BioPerl BioJava and BioPython Our main activities are:
    • Underwriting and supporting the BOSC conferences Organizing and supporting developer-centric "hackathon" events
    We are incorporated in the state of Delaware, USA as a not-for-profit company.
    Bioinformatics Open Source Conference (BOSC) is held annually in conjunction with ISCB's meeting ISMB. BOSC 2008 will be held in conjunction with ISMB 2008 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada See some of the Past BOSC conferences Retrieved from " Views Personal tools Navigation Search Toolbox

    36. UCLA Bioinformatics
    Main web site for the UCLA bioinformatics program.
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    37. UNC Bioinformatics And Computational Biology Training Program (BCB)
    bioinformatics and Computational Biology PhD Program awarded! On November 8, 2007 The UNC Board of Governors voted unanimously to approve BCB as a PhD
    Bioinformatics and Computational Biology PhD Program awarded! On November 8, 2007 The UNC Board of Governors voted unanimously to approve BCB as a PhD granting curriculum. Applications are currently being accepted through the Biological and Biomedical Sciences Program for all students interested in entering for Fall 2008! All interested students are strongly encouraged to apply, complete application instructions can be found from the BBSP website or the Application tab of this website.
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    38. Wiley InterScience :: JOURNALS :: Proteins: Structure, Function, And Bioinformat
    Publishes original reports of significant experimental and analytic research in protein structure, function, computation, genetics and design.
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    39. O'Reilly Bioinformatics Conference 2003
    An Interview with Lincoln Stein In this interview, Lincoln Stein talks about the bioinformatics technologies and tools he s most excited about.

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    Research Fellow, Monash University Feel Left Out? If you missed this year's Conference, but want to find out what was covered, download the presentation files Want to view BioCon conference sessions and events in iCal on Mac OS X? Here's how An Interview with Lincoln Stein In this interview, Lincoln Stein talks about the bioinformatics technologies and tools he's most excited about. Lincoln will deliver a keynote on Bioinformatics: Gone in 2012 Stephen Wolfram on Bioinformatics Biocon keynote speaker and A New Kind of Science author Stephen Wolfram chatted recently with Tim O'Reilly about his research, his new book, and its connection to bioinformatics. Don't miss Stephen's keynote on A New Kind of Science and Foundations For Theory in Biology An Interview with Jim Kent Benjamin Franklin Award recipient Jim Kent talks about the future of genomics, modeling biological processes, and open source bioinformatics in this interview on Kent will accept the annual Bioinformatics.Org award in a plenary session.

    40. BSP :: Current Bioinformatics Home Page
    Current bioinformatics aims to publish all the latest and outstanding developments in bioinformatics. Each issue contains a series of timely,
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    Current Bioinformatics aims to publish all the latest and outstanding developments in bioinformatics. Each issue contains a series of timely, in-depth reviews written by leaders in the field, covering a wide range of the integration of biology with computer and information science.
    The journal focuses on reviews on advances in computational molecular/structural biology, encompassing areas such as computing in biomedicine and genomics, computational proteomics and systems biology, and metabolic pathway engineering. Developments in these fields have direct implications on key issues related to health care, medicine, genetic disorders, development of agricultural products, renewable energy, environmental protection, etc.

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