BIOINFORMATICS FOR CANCER RESEARCH

BIOINFORMATICS FOR CANCER RESEARCH

Bioinformatics is a multidisciplinary science that uses technology and computational tools in genetics to organize, store, interpret, visualize, and disseminate biological data. Most of the time, bioinformatics is used to study gene and protein function determination, establish evolutionary relationships, and predict the three-dimensional structures of proteins. Laboris pariatur ipsum qui sit nisi velit. Ullamco Lorem…