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Bioinformatics Review has 7 articles published.

Bioinformatics is prediction- and simulation-based: Let’s rephrase the conversation!

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Since the field of Bioinformatics has come into existence, general opinion has been that ‘Bioinformatics is all about predictions, experimental-based, and talking everything in the imagination’, or ‘the probabilistic outcomes must be approved in real world’ or ‘ the Bioinformatics results will have to be testified using the wet lab’. This indeed is true, all the predictions made by Bioinformatics drafted experiments, must be testified using the wet lab. We cannot ride on a long way just on the basis of predictions and assumptions. But what if this is just one side of the coin? We still need to flip over to see the other side of Bioinformatics. Continue reading “Bioinformatics is prediction- and simulation-based: Let’s rephrase the conversation!” »

How to get super-computing facilities for Bioinformatics analyses?

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It is a big trouble to run molecular simulations and docking for large molecules without having any proper supercomputing facilities as they require more memory and time to finish.  Continue reading “How to get super-computing facilities for Bioinformatics analyses?” »

Editorial: Need to re-formulate the bioinformatics curricula at undergraduate and postgraduate level

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Bioinformatics is interdisciplinary of Computer science and Biological science, requires the knowledge of both these broad disciplines. It combines biophysics, statistics, maths, and chemistry to provide software and tools which help in understanding biological data.  Continue reading “Editorial: Need to re-formulate the bioinformatics curricula at undergraduate and postgraduate level” »

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