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The Nature of Biomolecular Sequences

@inproceedings{AnastassiouTheNO,
  title={The Nature of Biomolecular Sequences},
  author={Dimitris Anastassiou}
}
G enomics is a highly cross-disciplinary field that creates paradigm shifts in such diverse areas as medicine and agriculture. It is believed that many significant scientific and technological endeavors in the 21st century will be related to the processing and interpretation of the vast information that is currently revealed from sequencing the genomes of many living organisms, including humans. Genomic information is digital in a very real sense; it is represented in the form of sequences of… Expand

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