The origins of bioinformatics

Abstract

Bioinformatics is often described as being in its infancy, but computers emerged as important tools in molecular biology during the early 1960s. A decade before DNA sequencing became feasible, computational biologists focused on the rapidly accumulating data from protein biochemistry. Without the benefits of supercomputers or computer networks, these… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/35042090

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@article{Hagen2000TheOO, title={The origins of bioinformatics}, author={Joel B. Hagen}, journal={Nature Reviews Genetics}, year={2000}, volume={1}, pages={231-236} }