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2022-07-08
"A Map of 3' DNA Transduction Variants Mediated by Non-LTR Retroelements on 3202 Human Genomes” by Reza Halabian and Wojciech Makałowski has been published by Biology.
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2022-06
"paPAML: An Improved Computational Tool to Explore Selection Pressure on Protein-Coding Sequences" by Lynn Ogoniak, Norbert Grundmann and others
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2022-05-14
"Mobilome of Apicomplexa Parasites" by Rodriguez and Makalowski has been published by Genes.
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2022-04-27
"Software evaluation for de novo detection of transposons" by Rodriguez and Makalowski has been published by Mobile DNA.
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2022-04-01
"From telomere to telomere: The transcriptional and epigenetic state of human repeat elements” by T2T consortium has been published by Science.
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2022-02-12
"Global research alliance in infectious disease: a collaborative effort to combat infectious diseases through dissemination of portable sequencing” by GRAID consortium that IoB is part of has been published by BMC Research Notes.
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2021-08-05
Congratulations to Reza and Matias on the excellent contribution on TE-driven DNA transductions in the human genome
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2021-05-29
"Somatic Functional Deletions of Upstream Open Reading Frame-Associated Initiation and Termination Codons in Human Cancer" was published by MDPI
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Welcome to the Institute of Bioinformatics WWU Muenster
Bioinformatics is a research, development, or application of computational tools and approaches for expanding the use of biological data, including those to acquire, store, organize, archive, analyze, or visualize such data. Its goal is to enable biological discovery based on existing information or in other words transform biological information into knowledge. In recent years bioinformatics became integral part of biology and it is present in almost all biomedical disciplines.
Here we are - the team, struggling for science and investing time to make the bioinformatics process going on. Our collaboration with other groups around the world (see visitors web page) brings new ideas and refines the old ones. All our work is a public domain and we don't put any restrictions on the created software and published papers. The working language of the institute is English.
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