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Computational Biology-online-journals

Biology is burdened with lots & lots of data say for example gigabases of DNA sequences, to overcome this threat biologists are using mathematical techniques, which in turn brings a novel strategy at examining the life processes. Computational Biology is somewhat different from that of biological computation which includes computer engineering, computer science, using biology to build computers, while it is somewhat similar to bioinformatics which includes biological data to develop algorithms. Subfields of Computational Biology includes Computational evolutionary biology, Computational biomodeling, Computational neuroscience, Computational genomics, Cancer computational biology, Computational pharmacology etc..Computational Biology online journal from OMICS Group, named as the Journal of Applied & Computational Mathematics, publishes peer-reviewed open access articles online which are related to the field of mathematics. OMICS Group runs over 700+ peer-reviewed journals; Journal of Applied & Computational Mathematics is also one of them. Computational Biology online journals provides an open source of information to the readers & scholars, which use this widely read articles to keep up with recent research in the field of biological computing. Computational Biology online journals articles provide a greater chance of visibility to the readers, which in turn lead to maximum number of article citations. Computational Biology online journals publishes the recent trends and developments in various disciplines such as Mathematical modeling and simulation, Designing biological databases, Ecology, Evolution, anatomy, molecular biology, New tools for computational biology, Management of biological databases, biological computing, Pattern detection & matching, genomics etc.
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