[ANNOUNCE] Bioinformatics newsletter "BioInformer" issue Fall'98

Jean-Jack M. Riethoven pow at ebi.ac.uk
Fri Oct 16 21:17:25 EST 1998


Dear all,

I am pleased to inform you that a new issue of EBI's bioinformatics 
newsletter "The BioInformer" is now online and ready for your perusal. 
"The BioInformer" is a quarterly newsletter published by the European 
Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) and focuses on bioinformatics 
research, developments, and services at the EMBL-EBI and elsewhere.

Visit "The BioInformer" at this address:

http://bioinformer.ebi.ac.uk/

Content:
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o Lead article: mining the yeast genome expression and sequence data.
o A report on the Wellcome Trust Inaugural Symposium
o Objects in BioInformatics´98 report: steady progress in component 
  software for bioinformatics
o Sequence Analysis of Protein Domains workshops held by EBI and the 
  Sanger Centre
o EBI will respond to Life Sciences Research Task Force´s “Request for
  Proposals” on Biomolecular Sequence Analysis
o A description of the Protein Function and Metabolic Pathways (PFMP)
  Database Project
o A software workbench to facilitate you getting from EST sequences to
  Radiation Hybrid Maps
o SPTR - A comprehensive, non-redundant and up-to-date protein sequence
  database
o Short news:
  + SWISS-PROT license fee required for non-academic users
  + SRS Sequence Retrieval Software has been acquired by Lion bioscience 
    AG
  + Sanger Centre finished Campylobacter jejuni genome
o Regular sections
  + New staff at the European Bioinformatics Institute
  + Software and databases: new products and updates
  + Meeting points: worthwhile conferences and workshops


-- 
With kind regards,

Jean-Jack Riethoven -- Editor 'BioInformer' (ISSN 1462-1363)

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