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  1. Statistical Methods in Bioinformatics: An Introduction (Statistics for Biology and Health) by Warren J. Ewens, Gregory R. Grant, 2010-11-02
  2. Introduction to Bioinformatics: A Theoretical and Practical Approach
  3. Python for Bioinformatics (Chapman & Hall/CRC Mathematical & Computational Biology) by Sebastian Bassi, 2009-09-30
  4. Bioinformatics: An Introduction (Computational Biology) by Jeremy Ramsden, 2009-04-14
  5. Essential Bioinformatics by Jin Xiong, 2006-03-13
  6. Digital Code of Life: How Bioinformatics is Revolutionizing Science, Medicine, and Business by Glyn Moody, 2004-02-03
  7. Introduction to Machine Learning and Bioinformatics (Chapman & Hall/CRC Computer Science & Data Analysis) by Sushmita Mitra, Sujay Datta, et all 2008-06-05
  8. Machine Learning in Bioinformatics (Wiley Series in Bioinformatics) by Yanqing Zhang, Jagath C. Rajapakse, 2008-12-03
  9. Applied Bioinformatics: An Introduction by Paul Maria Selzer, Richard Marhöfer, et all 2008-02-06
  10. Computational Intelligence and Pattern Analysis in Biology Informatics (Wiley Series in Bioinformatics) by Ujjwal Maulik, Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay, et all 2010-11-16
  11. Exploring Bioinformatics: A Project-Based Approach by Caroline St. Clair, Jonathan E Visick, 2009-02-16
  12. Biomolecular Networks: Methods and Applications in Systems Biology (Wiley Series in Bioinformatics) by Luonan Chen, Rui-Sheng Wang, et all 2009-07-20
  13. Bioinformatics by Andrzej Polanski, Marek Kimmel, 2007-05-29
  14. Bioinformatics and Molecular Evolution by Paul G. Higgs, Teresa K. Attwood, 2005-02-18

41. Boston University Bioinformatics
bioinformatics at Boston University, searchSearch. The PhD Program in bioinformaticswas approved by the Boston University Board of Trustees in May, 1999.
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The educational program offers industrial rotations, internships and grand rounds, in addition to courses that integrate biology with information sciences and engineering. The program also includes training designed to sensitize students to the ethical and legal implications of emerging technologies. The research program includes state of the art topics such as system biology, computational modeling of regulatatory and metabolics networks, docking, comparative genomics, protein design, genomic and proteomic biotechnology, microarray engineering and analysis, pharmacogenomics, structural biology, large scale modeling of biological systems, RNA, computational studies of cancer and neurological disorders and functional genomics, synthetic gene networks and molecular computing and genetics. The size and the diversity of the program offers students a remarkable opportunity to obtain a broad education as well as an unusual choice of research topics with flexible emphasis on biological science or computational methodologies.
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43. Online Journal Of Bioinformatics: Main Page Links To Abstracts And Full-text Art
Electronic publication of bioinformatics, genetic analysis, programming, database mining, and interfacing Category Science Biology bioinformatics Publications Journals......
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44. The Bioinformatics Template Library (BTL)
Provides the generic mathematical components that will allow programmers to more rapidly construct applications that model biological entities.
The Bioinformatics Template Library (BTL) The BTL uses templates to implement generic programming in same way as the Standard Template Library (STL). The original STL has largely been incorporated into the ANSII/ISO standard for C++. For more information on the STL, see Silicon Graphic's Programmers Guide
The BTL is described in a poster we presented recently Download BTL 3.0 BTL3.tar.gz or
The source code was last updated on 29th October 1999 following one year of use worldwide it is now regarded as a beta release View the BTL 3.0 documentation Note: BTL is fully tested with egcs 1.1.1 and 1.1.2.
Following the gcc/egcs merger there have been problems with more recent releases.
Use with gcc 2.95 and beyond is not presently recommended. Any questions to Mark Williams

45. Bioinformatics Links
bioinformatics Links. Contents MEME, Multiple EM for Motif Elicitation. bioinformaticssites EMBnet node in Oslo. EBI, the EMBL Outstation Hinxton.
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46. Bioinformatics
by P. Baldi and S. Brunak, MIT Press February 1998.
CBS CBS Publications >> Bioinformatics: The Machine Learning Approach (1st Ed.) Bioinformatics The Machine Learning Approach by Pierre Baldi and MIT Press
February 1998
ISBN 0-262-0244-X
360 pp., 62 illus., 10 color
$ 44.00 (cloth) Blurb Table of Contents Ordering directly at MIT Press Bioinformatics links
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47. Bioinformatics2002, April 4-7, Bergen, Norway
bioinformatics 2003, Helsinki, May 2224. bioinformatics 2002 was thefourth major international bioinformatics meeting in Scandinavia.
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Bioinformatics 2002 was the fourth major international bioinformatics meeting in Scandinavia. It was be organised by the Society for Bioinformatics in the Nordic Countries (SocBiN) in cooperation between Scandinavian bioinformatics groups. The conference covered current developments in research on all aspects of bioinformatics. Bioinformatics 2002 was held in the city of Bergen which is located on the west coast of Norway. Bergen was founded around 1070 and today it is the second largest city in the country. Bergen is often called "the gateway to the Fjords" and is the perfect starting point for exploring the western part of Norway. The city itself has many historical buildings, among them is the "Bryggen" a UNESCO-protected Hanseatic building complex. Bioinformatics 2002 was held in the centre of the city within walking distance from the major tourist attractions, shops etc. Travelling to Bergen is easy for example using direct flights from Copenhagen, Stockholm, Amsterdam, and London. The venue of the conference was the Raddison SAS Royal Hotel Bergen located at "Bryggen".

48. UMBER - University Of Manchester Bioinformatics Education And Research
Provides links both to projects and the people involved, comparative dot plots of whole genomes and Category Science Biology bioinformatics Research Groups......University of Manchester bioinformatics Education and Research.
University of Manchester Bioinformatics Education and Research EMBnet CINEMA BioActivity maxd ... Search Welcome to UMBER the University of Manchester specialist node of EMBnet (The European Molecular Biology network) UMBER is a result of the collaboration of the University of Manchester School of Biological Sciences (SBS) and the University of Manchester Department of Computer Science (CS). Use the links on the left to navigate through the site and to find out about the education and research that is undertaken here. Where and how we can be reached: Bioinformatics Group
School of Biological Sciences
University of Manchester
2.205 Stopford Building
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Phone: +44-161-275-2000 (SBS switchboard)
Fax: +44-161-275-5082 Department of Computer Science
University of Manchester
Oxford Road Manchester UK Phone: +44-161-275-6154(CS switchboard) Fax number +44- 161- 275 -6236 For general queries e-mail © 2001 UMBER Last updated: Wednesday, 05-Jun-2002 12:20:00 BST If you have any comments about the site, please e-mail

49. Bioinformatics Centre, University Of Pune, India.
The centre information in the area of Biotechnology with a stress on Virology, proteins Biology bioinformatics Education......bioinformatics Centre, University of Pune, India. Search bioinformaticsCentre, University of Pune, India site. The bioinformatics
Bioinformatics Centre, University of Pune , India.
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The Bioinformatics Centre (D.I.C.) at the University of Pune, Pune provides an upto-date and an accurate information in the area of Biotechnology with emphasis on Virology, proteins and nucleic acid sequences and structures, Microbial strain data and also an access to the other related areas through networks. Apart from answering the bibliographic queries and supplying the sequence data, the Centre also offers unique facilities for data analysis. The hardware, software and the expertise available at this Centre facilitate the users in every possible way. The Center is equipped with the state-of-art services and facilities in terms of hardware, software, information storage and retrieval. "M. Sc. in Bioinformatics"
"Advanced Diploma in Bioinformatics"
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50. Bioinformatic Centre
Provides solutions to complex biological problems, maintenance of biological information and databases.
BIC website gets a facelift Take a look at our MSc Students Press Release - The S* Bioinformatics Education Symposium
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51. BioInformatics Services: Homepage
bioinformatics Services (BIS) is a biotechnology consulting firm specializing inapplying the power of computational biology to build solutions to complex
BioInformatics Services
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:
Web (This site):
Postal: 12114 Gatewater Drive, Rockville, MD 20854-2873 U.S.A. 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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Science Reprint on kinetic analysis of RNA Pol I dynamics in vivo Nature Reprint on COPI and Arf1 dynamics in Golgi membrane transport KinMet 2003 Join u s at the next Satellite Meeting on Lipid and Lipoprotein Kinetics, KinMet 2003, to be held on Wednesday, May 7, 2003 in conjunction with the 4th Annual Arteriosclerosis Thrombosis and Vascular Biology Meeting in Washington, D.C.

52. AMMP Home Page
AMMP is a modern fullfeatured molecular mechanics, dynamics and modeling program
AMMP Home Page
Welcome to AMMP
AMMP is a modern full-featured molecular mechanics, dynamics and modeling program. It can manipulate both small molecules and macromolecules including proteins, nucleic acids and other polymers. In addition to standard features, like numerically stable molecular dynamics, fast multipole method for including all atoms in the calculation of long range potentials and robust structural optimizers, it has a flexible choice of potentials and a simple yet powerful ability to manipulate molecules and analyze individual energy terms. One major advantage over many other programs is that it is easy to introduce non-standard polymer linkages, unusual ligands or non-standard residues. Adding missing hydrogen atoms and completing partial structures, which are difficult for many programs, are straightforward in AMMP. It is written in C and has been ported to many different computers. The source code is available under a modified GNU "copyleft" so that it is easy to follow exactly what the program is doing. (i.e. you can do what you want with the code, but you can't sell it as a product without my permission). Another major advantage over commercial software is that AMMP can be easily included in another program to supply molecular mechanics function. The program and modeling methods are under active development. User feedback is appreciated and incorporated in the program. A graphical interface is available for Linux and Unix with the openGL graphics language and for windows 95/98/NT

53. Bioinformatics (Computational Biology) At UC Santa Cruz
UCSC bioinformatics (Computational Biology) Home Page Baskin Center forComputer Science and Engineering University of California, Santa Cruz
UCSC Bioinformatics (Computational Biology) Home Page
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University of California, Santa Cruz
The Computational Biology group at UCSC is dedicated to the discovery and implementation of algorithms that facilitate the understanding of biological processes. Our work emphasises the application of statistical and machine learning techniques. Because these methods are often compute-intensive, we strive to create algorithms and heuristics that are computationally efficient on serial and parallel computers. Members of the group study the primary (sequence), secondary (folding), and tertiary (3-dimensional) structures of DNA, RNA and protein sequences. We are part of the

54. MWG - THE Genomic Company
Products and services include molecular biology instruments, DNA sequencing, oligos, microarrays, and bioinformatics.
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55. Open Bioinformatics Foundation
O B F Open bioinformatics Foundation About us. June 27-28 2003 4thAnnual bioinformatics Open Source Conference. Recent News ENTRIES.
About us The Open Bioinformatics Foundation is a non profit, volunteer run organization focused on supporting open source programming in bioinformatics. Our main activities are: a. Underwriting and supporting the BOSC conferences
b. Organizing and supporting developer-centric "hackathon" events
We are incorporated in the state of Delaware, USA as a not-for-profit company and have an application pending with the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for tax-exempt status as a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation.
June 27-28 2003 4th Annual Bioinformatics Open Source Conference Recent News ENTRIES New mailing list Bioped-l
(16 Mar 2003) BioPerl Bioperl v1.2.1 RC1 available for testing
NCICB reviews two LSID Resolution proposals

(12 Mar 2003) Moby Technical Report on Semantic Standards
(10 Mar 2003) Moby Moby Messaging Layer Technical Report Updated
(10 Mar 2003) BioPerl Ontology overhaul: migration to 1.2 branch imminent
(08 Mar 2003) BioPython Prototype of a new website
(07 Mar 2003) BioPython Working on the Biopython Website (04 Mar 2003) BioPerl BioPerl List Summary - January 2003 (28 Feb 2003) BioPerl 'BioPerl: Reality vs. Myth' presentation is online

56. The Scientist's Guide To Traditional And Alternative Careers
Features news articles and essays by scientists on how to find a job. Covers phd level occupations. Includes bioinformatics and Seattle biotechnology links.
For scientists, jobs are very difficult to find these days. This site aims to provide scientists with information on traditional and alternative careers with both links and featured guest essays by scientists who offer their wisdom on how to find a job, what their jobs are like, and other topics of interest. In the News:
Recent stories on the science job marketplace. Traditional Science Careers (Ph.D. level):
Traditional science careers include professorships at research- or teaching-oriented universities and colleges. Research scientist positions in private industry are far more common now than twenty years ago and so are among today's typical career choices for Ph.D. level scientists.
Professor, research emphasis
Professor/Instructor, undergraduate teaching emphasis
Research scientist, private sector
Alternative Science Careers:
What is an alternative science career? It is probably a job that an early stage graduate student would never have predicted for his/her future, but yet in some way is related to science and so makes use of the individual's scientific training. This group of careers includes jobs in science industry away from the bench, e.g. in computational biology, regulatory affairs, marketing, sales, technical support and business development. Other examples are technical writer, patent attorney, patent agent, public policy specialist, science journalist, and science textbook editor.

57. 123Genomes
A genomics and bioinformatics knowledge base with information on companies, careers, courses, meetings, databases, sequence analysis, news, diseases, mutation, snp, and microarray.

58. Introduction To Bioinformatics (Bioinformatics Unit, Weizmann)
A short introduction to bioinformatics, with examples (compiled by the bioinformaticsUnit at the Weizmann Institute). bioinformatics What is bioinformatics?
Bioinformatics The Computation of Biological Information An Introduction
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Bioinformatics Unit
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What is Bioinformatics? Bioinformatics is a newly emerging interdisciplinary research area which may be defined as the interface between biological and computational sciences . Thus, the people working in this field in most cases either have a training in biology or computer science, and they learned about the other field by dealing with problems or using the tools of the other one. However, courses and seminars covering many aspects of Bioinformatics also exist. And although the term 'Bioinformatics' is not really well-defined, you could say that this scientific field deals with the computational management of all kinds of biological information , whether it may be about genes and their products, whole organisms or even ecological systems. Most of the bioinformatics work that is being done deals can be described as analyzing biological data , although a growing number of projects deal with the organization of biological information As a consequence of the large amount of data produced in the field of molecular biology , most of the current bioinformatics projects deal with structural and functional aspects of genes and proteins . Many of these projects are related to the

Resarch related to machine learning includes neural networks, automata induction, computational learning theory, data mining, knowledge discovery, bioinformatics.
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