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=Regular Sections=
=Regular Sections=
==Journals List for Computational Biology and Chemistry==
Confused! What to read and what to not? Seriously fuzzy and complex. Most of time it is not easy for a beginner to understand the possible effect or impact of the article or paper. After reading or looking on 20 papers you may get the one you may interested so there is no substitution to hard work. How to keep update with the field of Computational Biology and Chemistry? Answer is read periodically few of the most impressive journals listed in this section without missing any of them. [[Abhishek Tiwari:Bioinformatics Chemoinformatics Journals |Read More]]
==Hot Computational Biology Papers==
==Hot Computational Biology Papers==

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Regular Sections

Hot Computational Biology Papers

Hot Computational Biology Papers is one of the most regular and sighted sections of my Open Wetware page. Section provides synopsis and comments on the selected article related to computaional biology. Readers are also invited to comment and modify the section.

Hot Computational Chemistry Papers

Section covers Computational Chemistry for Drug Discovery and Chemical Informatics.In drug discovery, effective use of computational chemistry shortens the development cycle for new drugs and provides pharmaceutical companies a competitive advantage with faster time to discovery and reduced costs.

Hot Complex Systems in Biology Papers

What are the universal properties of living systems and how can one construct from there a phenomenological theory of life that leads naturally to complex processes such as reproductive cellular systems, evolution and differentiation? Biological processes occur at the molecular, cellular, and population level. Papers involving analysis of experimental data utilising theoretical, mathematical, computer modelling and bioinformatics approaches to provide insights into the complexities of biological processes will be covered in this section.

Highlighted Sections

PLoS Computational Biology - www.ploscompbiol.org I Support the Public Library of Science Support Open Access. Spread the Word  The International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB)

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