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2017-09-05
Juan Manuel Galvez, welcome to our institute!
2017-09-05
Dr. Julian-Hendrik Matschke, welcome to our institute!
2017-07-11
Congratulations Philipp Fervers for for the successful defense of his doctoral thesis.
2017-07-24
Yukie Kashima, welcome to our institute!
2017-07-11
"Inferring clonal structure in HTLV-1-infected individuals: towards bridging the gap between analysis and visualization” by Farmanbar et al. has bee published by Human Genomics.
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2017-07-03
Welcome Reza Halabian, our new PhD student..
2017-06-27
"Sequencing and phasing cancer mutations in lung cancers using a long-read portable sequencer” by Suzuki et al. has bee published by DNA Research.
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2017-07-14
"Serotyping dengue virus with isothermal amplification and a portable sequencer.” by Yamagishi at al. has been published by Scientific Reports.
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2017-04-21
"Contribution of Transposable Elements to Human Proteins" by Makalowski, Kischka and Makalowska has been published by eLS.
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2017-04-25
"Multicolor immuno- fluorescence reveals that p63- and or K5-positive progenitor cells contribute to normal breast epithelium and usual ductal hyperplasia but not to low-grade intraepithelial neoplasia of the breast." by Boecker / Korsching et al. has been published by Virchows Archiv.
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2017-03-07
Congratulations to Marcin Jakalski for the successful defense of his PhD thesis.
Welcome to the
Institute of Bioinformatics WWU Muenster
Bioinformatics is a research, development, or application of computational tools and approaches for expanding the use of biological data, including those to acquire, store, organize, archive, analyze, or visualize such data. Its goal is to enable biological discovery based on existing information or in other words transform biological information into knowledge. In recent years bioinformatics became integral part of biology and it is present in almost all biomedical disciplines.
Logo Here we are - the team, struggling for science and investing time to make the bioinformatics process going on. Our collaboration with other groups around the world (see visitors web page) brings new ideas and refines the old ones. All our work is a public domain and we don't put any restrictions on the created software and published papers. The working language of the institute is English.