Bioinformatics: An Introduction for Computer Scientists
by Jacques Cohen
Publisher: Brandeis University 2004
Number of pages: 37
The article aims to introduce computer scientists to the new field of bioinformatics. It provides a bird's eye view of the basic concepts in molecular cell biology, outlines the nature of the existing data, and describes the kind of computer algorithms and techniques that are necessary to understand cell behavior.
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