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Computational genomics

Computational genomics is the study of deciphering biology from genome sequences using computational analysis, including both DNA and RNA.

Computational genomics includes: bio-sequence analysis, gene expression data analysis, phylogenetic analysis, and more specifically pattern recognition and analysis problems such as gene finding, motif finding, gene function prediction, fusion of sequence and expression information, and evolutionary models.

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