The BioInformer is a quarterly newsletter which focuses on bioinformatics research, developments, and services at the European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI) and elsewhere. The newsletter features news from the EBI, interviews, issues in bioinformatics, news focusing on novel technologies and research, updates and announcements of software, databases and services, and a compiled list of worthwhile conferences for bioinformaticians.
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In this issue:
Articles and news
Lead article: Mining the Yeast genome expression and sequence data
A report on the Wellcome Trust Inaugural Symposium
Objects in BioInformatics´98 report: steady progress in component software for bioinformatics
Sequence Analysis of Protein Domains workshops held by EBI and the Sanger Centre
EBI will respond to Life Sciences Research Task Force´s "Request for Proposals" on Biomolecular Sequence Analysis
A description of the Protein Function and Metabolic Pathways (PFMP) Database Project
A software workbench to facilitate you getting from EST sequences to Radiation Hybrid Maps
SPTR - A comprehensive, non-redundant and up-to-date protein sequence database
SWISS-PROT license fee required for non-academic users
SRS Sequence Retrieval Software has been acquired by Lion bioscience AG
Sanger Centre finished Campylobacter jejuni genome
New staff at the European Bioinformatics Institute
Software and databases: new products and updates
Meeting points: worthwhile conferences and workshops
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