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The series offers publications that present the state-of-the-art regarding the problems in question; show computational biology/bioinformatics methods at work; and finally discuss anticipated demands regarding developments in future methodology. Titles can range from focused monographs, to undergraduate and graduate textbooks, and professional text/reference works.
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- Gene Regulation and Transcriptomics
- Protein Interactions and Networks
- Data, Literature and Text Mining
- Molecular Sequence Analysis
- Biological Networks
- Sequencing and Genotyping Technologies
- Population Genetics
- Systems Biology
- Imaging and Visualization
- Computational Proteomics
- Molecular Structural Biology
- Evolution and Phylogenetics
- Biomedical Applications
- High Performance Bio-Computing
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