2023, Vol. 4, Issue 1, Part A
Bioinformatics and computational biology: An overview on the state of the art
Author(s): Rupin Kirtan Harendra
Abstract: Bioinformatics is a multifaceted discipline that combines several scientific fields such as biology, computer science, chemistry, statistics, and mathematics. Biological data gets entered at an alarming rate and due to this vast amount of data many of the obstacles in biology have to do with computing. Bioinformatics has firmly established itself as a molecular biology specialty, including a wide range of topics ranging from structural biology to genomics and gene expression studies. Computational biology is a branch of biology that solves problems by combining computer science, statistics, and mathematics. Developing algorithms, theoretical models, computational simulations, and mathematical models for statistical inference all come under computational biology. This paper will provide an introduction to the topic, the types of information used, the studies being conducted and finally the applications of this field.
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Rupin Kirtan Harendra. Bioinformatics and computational biology: An overview on the state of the art. Int J Res Circuits Devices Syst 2023;4(1):29-34.