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Briefings in Bioinformatics

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Briefings in Bioinformatics is an international forum for researchers and educators in the life sciences.

Briefings in Bioinformatics publishes reviews for the users of databases and analytical tools of contemporary genetics and molecular biology and is unique in providing practical help and guidance to the non-specialist.

Detailed subject areas covered by the journal include: DNA sequencing, expression profiling, alignment methods, gene expression studies, protein profiles and HMMs, metabolic and signalling pathways, structure and function prediction, mapping and microarrays.

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