Journal's Name Change Is Official This Month | GenomeWeb

HINXTON, UK--With its first issue of the year this month, one of the leading journals in the bioinformatics field has officially changed its name to Bioinformatics. Formerly known as Computer Applications in the Biosciences (CABIOS), the publication will give top priority to the disciplines of computational molecular biology and genome bioinformatics, with a special emphasis on the documentation of new algorithms and the development of databases that manage complex biological information generated by genome projects, according to the editors.

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