A PRIMER ON BIOINFORMATICS

PHILIP ADEBO

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ABSTRACT

 

Today biological research is experiencing explosive growth in academic, industry, and government sectors. Bioinformatics has emerged to make sense of such high volume and complex data. It is an interdisciplinary field that  combines computer science, biology, engineering, and mathematics in order to develop methods, techniques, and tools for analyzing and interpreting  biological data.  It uses computational approaches to solve complex biological problems and analyze large-volume of biological data.  This paper provides a primer on bioinformatics.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23956/ijarcsse.v8i4.589

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