Interesting areas of bioinformatics, Biology

Looking at what the academic world is publishing, microarray research is actually hot right now, and people haven't quite figured out what the best way is (some might argue if we should even be trying) to store, process, and understand this data, but there are lots of interesting ideas.

 

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