Computational Biology

Computational biology, also referred to as bioinformatics, is the multidisciplinary study of biological, behavoural and social systems using data to construct algorithms for modeling and simulation.


Biological Computation
Denis Noble
Published online: September 2002
Neurons and Neural Networks: Computational Models
Horacio G Rotstein, Farzan Nadim
Published online: December 2013
Computational Prediction of Genetic Drivers in Cancer
Alice B Djotsa Nono, Ken Chen, Xiaoming Liu
Published online: February 2016
Computational Methods for Interpretation of EM Maps at Subnanometer Resolution
Matthew L Baker, Mariah R Baker, Yao Cong
Published online: January 2012
Genome Databases
Tiziana Castrignanò, Giovanni Chillemi
Published online: November 2016
Bioinformatics
Wojciech Makałowski, Marcin Jąkalski, Izabela Makałowska
Published online: November 2014
Role of Bioinformatics in Genome‐wide Association Studies
Diane Gilbert‐Diamond, Folkert W Asselbergs, Scott M Williams, Jason H Moore
Published online: October 2011
Selective Constraints and Human Disease Genes: Evolutionary and Bioinformatics Approaches
Hernán Dopazo
Published online: July 2008