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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. VanBUG - Vancouver Bioinformatics User Group -
Association of researchers, professionals and students in the Lower Mainland, British Columbia, Canada area, who have an interest in the field of bioinformatics. Meeting and contact information.
About Meetings Directions Mailing Lists ... Contact VanBUG: Vancouver Bioinformatics User Group VanBUG (Vancouver Bioinformatics Users Group) is an association of researchers, other professionals and students in the B.C. Lower Mainland who have an interest in the field of bioinformatics. Through monthly presentations (on the second Thursday) we present our work, ask questions, share ideas, tips and tricks. Meetings will be commonly held in the Chan Auditorium at the BC Research Institute for Children's and Women's Health and are free and open to all. sponsored by:
next meeting
Tuesday April 8, 2003 Title of talk: DNA/Genome Anniversary Celebration Talk Summary: A panel of speakers will share their personal reflections on the 50th anniversary of the publication of the double helical structure of DNA, the era of genome sequencing, and bioinformatics. XHTML CSS credits contact

22. HGMP-RC Bioinformatics
Provides registered users access to a comprehensive range of programs and databases to aid genomic Category Science Biology bioinformatics Directories......HGMP Home. HGMPRC bioinformatics. Search For Introduction. The Europe.Search GenomeWeb for About the bioinformatics Division.
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The HGMP-RC Bioinformatics Division gives registered users access to a comprehensive range of programs and databases to aid genomic and proteomic research. We provide a wide variety of training courses , extensive on-line help and a helpdesk.
Registration is free to academic users.
If you would like to use any of our services, Register Now!
What we Provide
Bioinformatics WWW Menu
The applications are organised into a menu allowing you to find related and alternative programs easily.
Bioinformatics applications
To use these, you must register to get an account on our system where you can keep your data and analyse it. This also gives you a reliable email address.
Bioinformatics Telnet Login
This gives a quick and easy access to our programs with largely the same range of programs as the WWW menu (above).
VNC session
Even if you haven't got X windows installed, you can run an X session in your web browser and access all the X windows applications.
Training Courses
We provide general and specialised training courses in various bioinformatics (and biological) topics. There is a small fee for attendance with a substantial discount for

23. Untitled Document
Postgraduate diploma program in biomedical informatics.
Academic Programs
Its Potential

Course Curriculum

Contact Classes
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24. BioMed Central | BMC Bioinformatics
BMC bioinformatics (ISSN 14712105) is a fully peer reviewed online journal publishing research articles Category Science Biology bioinformatics Publications Journals...... Quick Search. BMC bioinformatics. BioMed Central. PubMed Central. PubMed. Jumpto article. vol. article no. BMC bioinformatics. Welcome to BMC bioinformatics.
Welcome guest user home journals A-Z journals by subject advanced search ... my BioMed Central Quick Search BMC Bioinformatics BioMed Central PubMed Central PubMed Jump to article
BMC Bioinformatics
Home About this journal Archive Advanced search Most viewed ... Instructions for authors
Subject advisers
Adam Arkin
Tim Ting Chen
George Church
Richard Durbin
Sean Eddy
Toshihisa Takagi
Masaru Tomita Michael Waterman Core reviewers Daniel Gautheret Tao Jiang Ping Qiu Welcome to BMC Bioinformatics BMC Bioinformatics publishes original research articles in all aspects of computational methods used in the analysis and annotation of sequences and structures, as well as all other areas of computational biology. BMC Bioinformatics (ISSN 1471-2105) is indexed/tracked/covered by PubMed, BIOSIS and ISI. Research highlights Modelling signaling networks BMC Bioinformatics A computational approach which utilizes two-hybrid protein interaction data and microarray expression profiles to model signal transduction networks can accurately reconstruct MAP kinase signaling in yeast. Predicting transcriptional regulators BMC Bioinformatics Novel algorithms to detect cis-regulatory elements in the genomes of higher eukaryotes have been developed and applied to body patterning in the early Drosophila embryo.

25. Poxvirus Bioinformatics Resource Center
The Poxvirus bioinformatics Resource Center has been established to provide resources to the scientific community for basic research and to facilitate the development of novel antiviral therapies and vaccines against human orthopoxvirus infections as well as approaches for environmental detection of virions and the rapid diagnosis of disease.
Welcome to the Poxvirus Bioinformatics Resource Center. This Center has been established to provide resources to the scientific community for basic research and to facilitate the development of novel antiviral therapies and vaccines against human orthopoxvirus infections as well as approaches for environmental detection of virions and the rapid diagnosis of disease. The Center provides a relational database that supports data storage of poxvirus genomic sequences, and annotation and analysis of poxvirus genes; web-based data mining and sequence analysis tools; software for analysis of complete genomes; a poxvirus literature resource; a repository of poxvirus species and strains (at ATCC); and a discussion forum. The Poxvirus Bioinformatics Resource Center was created by a consortium of laboratories. An Advisory Committee has been established to help guide the development of this Center. Funding for this project is being provided by the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases , and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency . Suggestions for improvement of the Center are welcomed (see Feedback). Click for information on changes to the PBR virus designations.

26. | Structural Bioinformatics, Inc.
Expediting lead discovery by providing structural data and analysis for drug targets.Category Science Biology bioinformatics Companies......Contact SBI Copyright 2001, Structural bioinformatics,Inc. Legal Notice and Privacy Information,
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27. International Conference On Legume Genomics And Genetics: Translation To Crop Im
To inform the international scientific community of the current status of legume genomics, genetics, and bioinformatics initiatives in crops and model species. June 26, 2002 in Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, USA.
Home Program Abstracts Participant List
... Twin Cities Metro Area The first International Conference on Legume Genomics and Genetics will be held in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, June 2-6, 2002. This conference aims to apprise the international scientific community of the current status of legume genomics, genetics, and bioinformatics initiatives in legume crops and model species. Seeking to articulate in theory and practice how genomic, genetic, and bioinformatic information can be translated into legume crop improvement in both the developed and developing worlds, the conference will identify comparative approaches that can be utilized to enhance our fundamental understanding of all legumes, facilitate collaboration among groups and individuals, and lay a foundation and framework for subsequent legume genomics and genetics meetings. To this end, we cordially invite scholars and researchers to join in the first ICLGG. If you have questions regarding registration, please email Heather Dorr at

28. Southampton - SBDS - Top Level Menu
DNA and Protein sequencing resources.
Southampton BioInformatics Data Server
To find out more about the databases available through SRS you should consult the DataBanks database. DNA/RNA protein Molecular Biology Protein modelling and crystallography Biology Bionet newsgroups Chemistry Commercial links Documentation FAQs Journals and publishing Medicine Miscellaneous subjects Software archives Universities, research councils and charities Weather forecasts and satelite images School of Biological Sciences Biochemistry and Molecular Biology School of Medicine Biosciences Imaging Group Human Genetics ILDIS UoS on-line directories (email, telephone, etc) BIDS NISS Any query about, or suggestions regarding the contents of, these pages should be directed to Ian Giles Last update: 24th November 2000

29. A Major Quarterly Journal From The Publishers Of Journal Of
Publishes introductory reviews for the users of databases and analytical tools of contemporary genetics Category Science Biology bioinformatics Publications Journals...... Subscribe now! Notes for Contributors. Email to Editor. EasyLink to Briefings inbioinformatics ONLINE. View Sample Paper in Acrobat Reader View Sample Paper.
A major quarterly journal from the publishers of
Journal of Commercial Biotechnology

Briefings in Functional Genomics and Proteomics
Supported by an educational grant from:
About the Journal Forthcoming content Don't just take our word for it!... ... ew Sample Paper

30. Texas A&M BWG - Home
Includes campus faculty, staff, and students with research and educational interests in the expression of biodiversity data using new information technologies.
Overview Projects Papers Personnel Overview Projects Papers Personnel ... Downloads

31. ADB Welcome
A resource for apoptosis researchers from The Burnham Inst.
A POPTOSIS- DB .ORG ... The Burnham Institute Version 3 Proteins from 2002-10-01 A bioinformatics resource for apoptosis researchers About Domains Proteins Structures BLAST The resources are still under construction, but many resources are available, as described on the Project Page
Domains involved in apoptosis.
List of proteins with homology for a domain.(Example of Bcl-2)
List of protein families having those domains. ...
Statistics on Domains and Proteins included in the database.
Hosted at:
Funded by: NSF DBI
Labs: Philip E. Bourne Adam Godzik John C. Reed
Contact: Kutbuddin S. Doctor
Last Modified $Date: 2002/12/29 21:43:06 $
External Apoptosis Sites.
Apoptosis site with an Apoptopedia containing over entries related to the field
Roche, Apoptosis Resource Guide

Includes a pathway diagram and links to many other sites. Cell Death Society (New York)
Discussion Groups, meetings, job mart, etc.

32. Bioinformatics -- Archive Of Issues By Date

HELP FEEDBACK SUBSCRIPTIONS ... SEARCH Archive of All Online Issues: 1 Apr 1985 - 22 Mar 2003
Current Issue: Recent Issues: March 22 2003
Vol. 19, Num. 5 March 1 2003
Vol. 19, Num. 4 February 12 2003
Vol. 19, Num. 3 January 22 2003
Vol. 19, Num. 2
PDF and Abstracts: 1 Feb 1998 - 22 Mar 2003 Abstracts only: 1 Apr 1985 - 1 Dec 1997 [How to Obtain Older Articles]

33. Artificial Intelligence And Heuristic Methods For Bioinformatics
NATO Advanced Studies Institute. San Miniato, Italy; 111 October 2001.
Artificial Intelligence and Heuristic
Methods for Bioinformatics
A NATO Advanced Studies Institute
San Miniato, Italy October 1-11, 2001
Co-directors: Paolo Frasconi (University of Florence) Ron Shamir (Tel Aviv University)
Schedule and program of lectures (updated) Online lecture notes and links (new) Submitted papers (new) ... Contact: Artificial Intelligence and heuristic methods are extremely important for the present and future developments of bioinformatics, a very recent and strategic discipline having the potential for a revolutionary impact on biotechnology, pharmacology, and medicine. While computation has already transformed our industrial society, a comparable biotechnological transformation is on the horizon. In the last few years it has become clear that these two exponentially growing areas are actually converging. Molecular biologists are currently engaged in some of the most impressive data collection projects. Recent genome-sequencing projects are generating an enormous amount of data related to the function and the structure of biological molecules and sequences. Other complementary high-throughput technologies, such as DNA micro-arrays, are rapidly generating large amounts of data that are too overwhelming for conventional approaches to biological data analysis. The interpretation of this wealth of data may deeply affect our understanding of life at the molecular level, but the elicitation and the representation of biological knowledge are extremely challenging tasks, which are increasingly demanding powerful and sophisticated computational tools.

34. - Bioinformatics, Training, Jobs, Resources, And Research.
Web directory of bioinformatics resourcesCategory Science Biology bioinformatics is a bioinformatics resource portal. On these pagesyou will find information on the bioinformatics certificate
Search Site: Apply to Workshops Mailing List Resource Directory Bioinformatics People ... Bioinformatics Programs
Welcome to is the portal to bioinformatics activities in Canada and the home for the CGDN - sponsored Canadian Bioinformatics Workshops series hosted nation-wide. On these pages you will find all about these workshops, the bioinformatics certificate , and bursaries . You will also find all of the information about Canadian bioinformatics research , Canadian bioinformatics jobs , bioinformatics resources and bioinformatics training activities in Canada.
2003 Workshops Schedule:

February 17 - March 1, 2003, Vancouver.
Apply by December 6, 2002.

May 26 - June 7, 2003, Ottawa.
Apply by March 20, 2003. Proteomics:
July 7 - 12, 2003, Vancouver.
Apply by May 16, 2003. Bioinformatics: Introduction to Programming: June 16 - 28, 2003, Vancouver. Apply by April 26, 2003.

35. Paolo Frasconi's Home Page
Research interests in the area of neural networks, machine learning, bioinformatics, natural language processing.
Paolo Frasconi
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Machine Learning and Neural Networks Group (AI Lab)

Department of Systems and Computer Science
my first name
dot u n i f i dot ... Bookmarks Research interests
Machine learning for sequential and structured data, bioinformatics, text and natural language, pattern recognition New book P. Baldi, P. Frasconi and P. Smyth. Modeling the Internet and the Web : Probabilistic Methods and Algorithms . J. Wiley and Sons, 2003. Recent papers
Open Access Initiative
P. Sturt, F. Costa, V. Lombardo and P. Frasconi. Learning first-pass structural attachment preferences with dynamic grammars and recursive neural networks Cognition (accepted for publication). A. Vullo and P. Frasconi. A Recursive Connectionist Approach for Predicting Disulfide Connectivity in Proteins . To appear in the Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC 2003), Melbourne, FL. G. Pollastri, P. Baldi, A. Vullo and P. Frasconi. Prediction of Protein Topologies Using GIOHMMs and GRNNs . Preliminary version, to appear in NIPS*2002. M. Diligenti, P. Frasconi and M. Gori.

36. Biotech: Bioinformatics
Very good basic explanation of bioinformatics from the BioTech Resources Web Project at Indiana Category Science Biology bioinformatics Education......

37. O'Reilly Bioinformatics Conference 2003
O'Reilly's first bioinformatics Technology Conference is an event that will explore the engineering Category Business Publishing and Printing Conferences......O'Reilly bioinformatics Technology Conference. Alvis Brazma MicroarrayInformatics Group Leader, European bioinformatics Institute.
All of O'Reilly Books Articles Conferences
Registration Speakers Keynotes ...
Jim Kent

Researcher, UC Santa Cruz , 2003 Ben Franklin Award recipient Lincoln Stein
Researcher, Cold Spring Harbor Lab Steven Brenner
Assistant Professor and leader of a computational genomics research group at the University of California, Berkeley Francis Ouellette
Director, University of British Columbia Bioinformatics Centre Alvis Brazma
Microarray Informatics Group Leader, European Bioinformatics Institute James Gosling
Co-inventor of Java; VP and Fellow, Sun Microsystems Stephen Wolfram
Creator of Mathematica , author of A New Kind of Science Damian Conway
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 Biocon 2003 Coverage The 2nd Annual O'Reilly Bioinformatics Technology Conference brings together hundreds of scientists, researchers, programmers, and bioinformaticians to examine the state of computational biology and learn from each other's study and practice. For a glimpse of the excitement, please visit the O'Reilly Network's Bioinformatics Technology Conference Coverage Page 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

38. Vasant Honavar's Home In Cyberspace
Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory, Iowa State University. Interests include artificial intelligence, bioinformatics and computational biology, cognitive science, machine learning, neural networks, intelligent agents, and multiagent systems, adaptive systems, data mining and knowledge discovery, computational and cognitive neuroscience, evolutionary computation and artificial life, machine perception, intelligent manufacturing systems, intelligent systems, knowledge-based systems, robotics, pattern recognition, medical informatics, intelligent multi-media information systems and artificial intelligence applications in science and engineering, and parallel and distributed computing.
Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory
Department of Computer Science
Iowa State University
Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory

Department of Computer Science

210 Atanasoff Hall
Iowa State University

voice: (515) 294-1098
fax: (515) 294-0258 email: You can generally find me here. Index

39. BioPlanet - Bioinformatics Jobs
Specializes in bioinformatics jobs and employment with job postings, discussion groups, resumes and Category Science Biology bioinformatics Employment...... Recruiters. bioinformatics Bestsellers. (See Top 10). Welcome to Bioplanet. thebioinformatics homepage. Latest bioinformatics Topics from the Planet Forums
Bioinformatics Bestsellers (See Top 10) Statistical Methods in Bioinformatics: An Introduction
by Gregory R. Grant
Structural Bioinformatics

by Philip E. Bourne
Bioinformatics Computing

by Bryan P. Bergeron
Bioinformatics for Dummies

by Jean-Michel Claverie Price: Microarrays for an Integrative Genomics (Computational Molecular Biology) by Isaac S. Kohane Price: Bioinformatics: A Practical Guide to the Analysis of Genes and Proteins, Second Edition by Andreas D. Baxevanis Price:
Welcome to Bioplanet
the bioinformatics homepage
Latest Bioinformatics Topics from the Planet Forums PlanetChat Post Graduate Programs (bioinformatics) in Australia : by chaitu PlanetChat Post Graduate Programs in Australia : by chaitu PlanetChat to get information : by simanishu PlanetChat advice : by Cannibal PlanetCV bioinformatics with broad bench experience : by mattbiopla Members Bioinformatics Jobs Resumes ... Total posts people live in forums : no members and 2 guests Latest Stock Prices The is Up 1.8% today at Latest Genomics News The Top Bioinformatics Resource We have received a Golden Web Award for the new design We are the most popular bioinformatics jobs site on Google Yahoo! have

40. Welcome To Thermo Hybaid
Oligonucleotide and peptide synthesis, bioinformatics and databases, ethics jobs. Access to peptide chemistry and nucleic acid chemistry distributors from The Virtual Laboratory, Sedanstr, Germany.
Oligonucleotide Synthesis Peptide Synthesis molecular biology instrumentation
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