Saturday, December 10, 2022

BIOINFORMATICS BOOKS

Top Bioinformatics Books to Read in 2023!

Bioinformatics has evolved over time from developing a few databases to creating complex algorithms and software models that can be used to solve complicated biological problems. To keep up with this fast-paced field of study, it has become necessary to read books providing in-depth knowledge about different aspects of bioinformatics. Here are some highly recommended bioinformatics books for people who want to explore this area further:

 

Computational Structural Biology and Drug Discovery

Bioinformatics

Proteomics

Statistics in Bioinformatics

R & Bioconductor

Python

Perl

AI & Machine Learning

Next Generation Sequencing Data Analysis

Others

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