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Curr Opin Struct Biol. 2001 Jun;11(3):330-3.

Advances in sequence analysis.

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First Genetic Trust Inc., 9 Polito Avenue, Suite 930, Lyndhurst, NJ 07071, USA. acalifano@firstgenetic.net

Abstract

In its early days, the entire field of computational biology revolved almost entirely around biological sequence analysis. Over the past few years, however, a number of new non-sequence-based areas of investigation have become mainstream, from the analysis of gene expression data from microarrays, to whole-genome association discovery, and to the reverse engineering of gene regulatory pathways. Nonetheless, with the completion of private and public efforts to map the human genome, as well as those of other organisms, sequence data continue to be a veritable mother lode of valuable biological information that can be mined in a variety of contexts. Furthermore, the integration of sequence data with a variety of alternative information is providing valuable and fundamentally new insight into biological processes, as well as an array of new computational methodologies for the analysis of biological data.

PMID:
11406383
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