Review articles on bioinformatics
ctzhang at tju.edu.cn
ctzhang at tju.edu.cn
Tue Jul 8 16:09:21 EST 1997
Several days ago, I asked "Could any one provide me some references of
recent review articles on bioinformatics?" , then almost immediately, I
received many letters. To my surprise, most of these letters are not about
the reply, on the contrary, they kindly asked me to re-post the messages to
them. So I think this topic may interest many people.
Now I summarize the responses as follows:
Printed sources about BioInformatics & the InterNet.
Resources, Reviews 1993-1996.
Trends in Genetics 11(6) : 223-228 (June 1995). World Wide Web resources
for the biologist. Rob Harper (EBI).
Molecular Medicine 333(10): 645-647 (Sept 1995). Molecular medicine:
hunting for genes in computer data bases. Mark Boguski (NCBI).
Kemia-Kemi 22(8): 691-696 (1995). Marcomolecular modelling for the 21st
Century. Mark Johnson et al. (Turku, Fi)
Current Opinions in Genetics and Development 4: 383-388 (1994).
Bioinformatics. Mark Boguski (NCBI).
Trends in Biotechnology 12: 76-80 (March 1994). High performance
searching of biosequence databases. Andrew Coulson (Edin.).
Nature Genetics 6: 119-129 (Feb 1994). Issues in searching molecular
sequence databases. Stephen Altschul et al (NCBI).
Nature 375: 262 (May 1995). The boom in bioinformatics (employment
review). Diane Gershon.
Science 262: 502-503 (Oct 1993). Managing the genome data deluge. Peter
Nature 376: 647-648. Challenging times for bioinformatics. Chris Sander et
Molecular Medicine Today March 1996: 98-102. The Web: sequence databases
and homology searching using the World Wide Web.
Science 272: 1730-1732. Hot property: biologists who compute. Elliot Marshall.
The Biochemist Oct/Nov 1996: 32-33. Bioinformatics. Clare Sansom, (Birkbeck).
"Methods in Enzymology", vol. 266 "Computer Methods
for Macromolecular Sequence Analysis"
(1996) R.F. Doolittle Ed.; Academic Press. Up-to-date, and very
Science 273: 545-708 (21 Aug. 1996) Not the entire issue, of course, but
there is a concentration of good articles there.
The URL is http://www.techfak.uni-bielefeld.de/bcd/Curric/syllabi.html
mirrored at http://merlin.mbcr.bcm.tmc.edu:8001/bcd/Curric/syllabi.html
I would like to thank specially the folowing netters:
Dr. Andrew Lloyd
Dr. Georg Fuellen
Dr. Iddo Friedberg
Without their kind help, we can not have so much useful information.
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