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Bioinformatics, a subject of this millennium, tries to understand the rules of biology from the genomic and protein sequences of various organisms supplemented by chemical physics approaches. These methods have been found to be very efficient in detecting genes from chromosomal sequences, in predicting structures of proteins from its sequence, in understanding their function and finally predicting structures of drug like molecules to control their malfunction.  Researchers of Computational Science Division, addresses different aspects of bioinformatics using different computational techniques from sequence as well as three-dimensional structural data of proteins and nucleic acids.


Publications:

A paper named “Centralized Log Server—Why and How” by Sumit Basu, Computational Science Division, where published in July-Sept 2013 issue of Cyber Diligence, a publication of Computer and Information Security Advisory Group (CISAG), DAE.


 

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