Bioinformatics and Computational Proteomics

Bioinformatics is a combination of molecular biology and computer sciences. Bioinformatics is very important for the use of genomic information to understand human diseases and to identify new ways for gene-based drug discovery and development. Computational Proteomics is about the computational methods, algorithms, databases and methodologies used to process, manage, analyze and interpret the data produced in proteomics experiments. As in many scientific disciplines, the final goal of Computational Proteomics is to infer knowledge models (e.g. verify a hypothesis or identify proteins involved in a disease) from the inspection of biological samples.

  • Bioinformatics database
  • Translational Bioinformatics
  • Microarray proteomics
  • Mass spectrometry in proteomics
  • Molecular and cellular proteomics
  • Applied Health Informatics

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14th International Conference on Structural Biology

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