Clinical bioinformatics.

  title={Clinical bioinformatics.},
  author={Phei-Lang Chang},
  journal={Chang Gung medical journal},
  volume={28 4},
  • P. Chang
  • Published 2005
  • Medicine
  • Chang Gung medical journal
Clinical bioinformatics provides biological and medical information to allow for individualized healthcare. In this review, we describe the uses of clinical bioinformatics. After the analysis of the complete human genome sequences, clinical bioinformatics enables researchers to search online biological databases and use the biological information in their medical practices. The data obtained from using microarray is extremely complicated. In clinical bioinformatics, selecting appropriate… Expand


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