New Journal, Briefings in Bioinformatics, Founded | GenomeWeb

LONDON--A new quarterly journal, called Briefings in Bioinformatics, has been launched by Henry Stewart Publications here. The periodical is directed at experimental practitioners seeking guidance regarding data sources and analytical tools of contemporary genetics and molecular biology. Topics will range from introductory level to specific details of experimental methodologies and analyses, encompassing bacterial, plant, animal, and human data. It is edited by Martin Bishop, bioinformatics manager of the UK Human Genome Mapping Project Resource Centre of Hinxton, UK.

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