By Ivan Mura (auth.), Luis F. Castillo, Marco Cristancho, Gustavo Isaza, Andrés Pinzón, Juan Manuel Corchado Rodríguez (eds.)
This quantity compiles authorized contributions for the second variation of the Colombian Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Congress CCBCOL, after a rigorous overview procedure during which fifty four papers have been accredited for booklet from 119 submitted contributions. Bioinformatics and Computational Biology are parts of information that experience emerged as a result of advances that experience taken position within the organic Sciences and its integration with info Sciences. the growth of tasks regarding the examine of genomes has led the best way within the construction of titanic quantities of series information which has to be prepared, analyzed and saved to appreciate phenomena linked to residing organisms relating to their evolution, habit in numerous ecosystems, and the improvement of functions that may be derived from this analysis.
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Advances in Computational Biology: Proceedings of the 2nd Colombian Congress on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (CCBCOL) by Ivan Mura (auth.), Luis F. Castillo, Marco Cristancho, Gustavo Isaza, Andrés Pinzón, Juan Manuel Corchado Rodríguez (eds.)