Computational biology and bioinformatics form a major integral part of genomics from sequence fragment assembly to gene prediction to prediction of protein functions and structure to identification of regulatory signals in dna to building phylogenetic trees it would not be an exaggeration to state that genomics is primarily computational. As bioinformatics and computational biology bridges data interpretation eg in genomics transcriptomics and proteomics and software development the section welcomes original research and methods articles describing new analytical approaches and code which may be as brief as required for accurate presentation. Download citation on researchgate on sep 15 2003 niels skovgaard and others published frontiers in computational genomics functional genomics series volume 3 michael y galperin and eugene v . All manuscripts must be submitted directly to the section human genomics where they are peer reviewed by the associate and review editors of the specialty section articles published in the section human genomics will benefit from the frontiers impact and tiering system after online publication
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