Bioinformatics

ISSN: 1367-4803

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Oxford University Press United Kingdom
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The leading journal in its field, Bioinformatics publishes the highest quality scientific papers and review articles of interest to academic and industrial researchers. Its main focus is on new developments in genome bioinformatics and computational biology. Two distinct sections within the journal - Discovery Notes and Application Notes - focus on shorter papers; the former reporting biologically interesting discoveries using computational methods, the latter exploring the applications used for

Bioinformatics focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: gene, sequence, expression, prediction, data, application, identification, sparse, genomic, missing, ...

Type: Journal

Type of Copyright: CC BY

Languages: English

Open Access Policy: Open Choice

Type of publications:

Publication frecuency: -

Metrics

Bioinformatics

3,567

SJR Impact factor

363

H Index

1026

Total Docs (Last Year)

2513

Total Docs (3 years)

25592

Total Refs

14698

Total Cites (3 years)

2458

Citable Docs (3 years)

5,54

Cites/Doc (2 years)

24,94

Ref/Doc

Aims and Scope


gene, sequence, expression, prediction, data, application, identification, sparse, genomic, missing, network, package, multiple, alignment, regulatory, metabolic, framework, characterization, copy, differential, extraction, factorization, generalized,


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A geometric approach to determine association and coherence of the activation times of cell-cycling genes under differing experimental conditions

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A non-biased framework for the annotation and classification of the non-miRNA small RNA transcriptome

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A novel method for estimating ancestral amino acid composition and its application to proteins of the Last Universal Ancestor

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A novel randomized iterative strategy for aligning multiple protein sequences

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A Web-based design center for vector-based siRNA and siRNA cassette

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Advanced significance analysis of microarray data based on weighted resampling: a comparative study and application to gene deletions in Mycobacterium bovis

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Align-m--a new algorithm for multiple alignment of highly divergent sequences

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An examination of the conservation of surface patch polarity for proteins

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An online database for the detection of novel archaeal sequences in human ESTs

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An ontology for collaborative construction and analysis of cellular pathways

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Analysis of whole-genome microarray replicates using mixed models

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Annocript: a flexible pipeline for the annotation of transcriptomes able to identify putative long noncoding RNAs

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AntiHunter: searching BLAST output for EST antisense transcripts

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ArrayNorm: comprehensive normalization and analysis of microarray data

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Bisque: a platform for bioimage analysis and management

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BLAST2GENE: a comprehensive conversion of BLAST output into independent genes and gene fragments

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CHOISS for selection of single nucleotide polymorphism markers on interval regularity

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ChromoWheel: a new spin on eukaryotic chromosome visualization

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CisML: an XML-based format for sequence motif detection software

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Classification of protein quaternary structure with support vector machine

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Combining pattern discovery and discriminant analysis to predict gene co-regulation

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Comparison of Li-Wong and loglinear mixed models for the statistical analysis of oligonucleotide arrays

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COmplexome Profiling ALignment (COPAL) reveals remodeling of mitochondrial protein complexes in Barth syndrome

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