Computational biology for biotechnology: Part I
Trends in Biotechnology, pp. 82-87, 1989.
Today, researchers rely increasingly on ever-more powerful desktop computers and workstations. For many, these are indispensable tools for research productivity. However, maximizing this productivity needs a complex computational infrastructure, including user-friendly high-speed computer networks, a complex collection of databases access...More
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