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: EMBL Nucleotide Sequence Submissions: From Receipt to Distribution
Human Proteomics Initiative: annoting and distributing highly curated information on human protein sequences
Establishing a public repository for DNA microarray-based gene expression data at the EBI
Standards to create clean data sets for Gene Prediction: presents methods and a ready-to-work data set
GenomeBuilder: a Java tool to visualise and process EST assemblies
Press release: Armchair evolution -- bioinformatics helps to redraw family tree of life.
External Services News from the EBI
MRC Career opportunities in bioinformatics and neuroinformatics
New staff at the European Bioinformatics Institute
Software and databases: new products and updates
Meeting points: worthwhile conferences and workshops
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