ANALYSIS OF THE DEVELOPMENT AREA AS A BIOINFORMATICS RESEARCH - TEACHING AND EXTENSION IN THE META UNIVERSITY

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Autor(es): Ana María Castañeda González, Diana Carolina García Burbano

Resumen


"The biological sciences are about to become the 21st century, what was unusual physical in the 20th century." Just as the discovery of DNA in the early de1950 we resulted in a profound revolution in biological understanding, we are now about to take such a leap, in which we move through computational tools that can be used to understand biological systems in all their complexity preserving and exploiting these systems in a sustainable manner "." computational biology is part of a larger revolution that affect how all science is conducted.

This revolution is being driven by the generation and use of information in all forms and requires the development of intelligent systems to store and access to the information.
In the last ten years biology have been faced with new methods derived from computational area such as the development of new algorithms and mathematical applications, especially designed for integration and analysis of cluster data (Human Genome) that have generated from the application of the methodologies in biological research.

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