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The future and more from Richard Sprague

Posted by sprague on November 29, 2006

If you completed BIOMEDIN 214 – Representations and Algorithms for Computational Molecular Biology, you may be interested in the following course offered through the SCPD in the winter quarter and now open for enrollment:
BIOMEDIN 231: Computational Molecular Biology.
BIOMEDIN 231 covers:
– A practical, hands on approach to the major issues concerning representation
– Analysis of biological sequences, structures and gene expression
– Discussion of the reductionist approach and systematic approach Both functional genomics and comparative genomics will be covered.
For detailed information, visit the course BIOMEDIN 231 Web page – http://cmgm.stanford.edu/biochem218/
or the SCPD Web site – http://scpd.stanford.edu/scpd/courses/academic/crseDesc.asp?crseID=300&sdID=11.

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