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Bioinformatics

Section edited by Frank Eisenhaber and Sandor Pongor

The Bioinformatics section will be the publishing channel for scientific articles that report about theoretical, computational and data analysis approaches applied to biological, medical and other life science related problems, and the results and insights that have been achieved with them. Special emphasis is given to manuscripts that deal with biological mechanism interpretation to biomolecular sequence data and data from other experimental high-throughput techniques. This section also covers all fields of bioinformatics and computational biology that might not be handled by other subsections of Biology Direct. Hypotheses are welcome as long as they are based on rigorous scientific standards and as they fit existing data. Manuscripts describing new methods or software developments need to demonstrate that a major improvement has been achieved, and this has led to either improved accuracy by orders of magnitude, lowered resource consumption and/or some new biological insight.

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  1. Members of the Arabidopsis LSH1 and Oryza G1 (ALOG) family of proteins have been shown to function as key developmental regulators in land plants. However, their precise mode of action remains unclear. Using sens...

    Authors: Lakshminarayan M Iyer and L Aravind

    Citation: Biology Direct 2012 7:39

    Content type: Discovery notes

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  2. Viruses with large genomes encode numerous proteins that do not directly participate in virus biogenesis but rather modify key functional systems of infected cells. We report that a distinct group of giant vir...

    Authors: Natalya Yutin and Eugene V Koonin

    Citation: Biology Direct 2012 7:34

    Content type: Discovery notes

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  3. B lymphocyte stimulator (BLyS) is a member of the tumor necrosis factor superfamily of ligands that mediates its action through three known receptors. BLyS has been shown to enhance the production of antibodie...

    Authors: Dennis O Gor, Xuedong Ding, Qing Li, Dilara Sultana, Salamatu S Mambula, Richard J Bram and Neil S Greenspan

    Citation: Biology Direct 2011 6:9

    Content type: Research

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