Proceedings of the Fifth Annual International Conference on Computational Biology, April 22-25, 2001, Montreal, Québec, Canada. ACM, 2001
5. RECOMB 2001:
Montréal, Québec, Canada
: The sequence of the human genome (abstract only).
: Information processing by cells and biologists (abstract only).
: Rapid significance estimation in local sequence alignment with gaps.
: Gene-finding via tandem mass spectrometry.
George M. Church
: Hunger for new technologies, metrics, and spatiotemporal models in functional genomic (abstract only).
: Fast recovery of evolutionary trees with thousands of nodes.
B. Franz Lang
: Comparative analysis of organelle genomes, a biologist's view of computational challenges (abstract only).
: DNA segmentation as a model selection process.
: Genetics and genemoics: impact on drug discovery and development.
Yvonne C. Martin
: The role of computational chemistry in translating genomic information into bioactive small molecules (abstract only).
: Imposing specificity by regulated localization (abstract only).
: Creating the backbone for the virtual cell: cell mapping projects on the run (abstract only).