By Jake Chen, Amandeep S Sidhu
Sleek organic study in components like drug discovery produces a outstanding quantity of knowledge, and the precise modeling instruments may help scientists follow it in methods by no means earlier than that you can imagine. This number of next-generation biodata modeling strategies combines cutting edge thoughts, equipment, and purposes with case reviews in genome, microarray, proteomics, and drug discovery initiatives to aid bioinformatics execs improve ever-more strong information administration structures in any area. Breaking new floor on the intersection of lifestyles sciences and knowledge administration, the publication introduces practitioners to middle biodata modeling options, organic database assets, and ontology strategies. It explains the newest envelope-pushing equipment and software program functions for processing, integrating, and dealing with biodata.
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