letondal at pasteur.fr
Wed Feb 2 15:21:33 EST 2000
In article <877di2$3h5$1 at mercury.hgmp.mrc.ac.uk>,
mjcann at mail.med.cornell.edu ("Martin J. Cann") writes:
>I am a molecular biologist and want to break into the field of
>computational biology from this side. Can anyone please recommend good
>beginners texts in algorithms (one that does not assume a lot of math,
>maybe leaning toward biological applications), bioinformatics,
>etc. that can get me up and running. I have fairly clear ideas of what
>want to achieve but want to learn what tools exist for me out there and
>I can tinker with those tools to ask new questions.
>I'm probably asking a lot but any ideas on books or the kind of approach
>should take would be most appreciated.
>Thanks for your help.
>Department of Pharmacology
>Weill Medical College of Cornell University
You may find some information here:
Catherine Letondal -- Pasteur Institute Computing Center
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