By Gihan Dawelbait, Christian Pilarsky, Yanju Zhang, Robert Grützmann, Michael Schroeder (auth.), Michael R. Berthold, Robert C. Glen, Kay Diederichs, Oliver Kohlbacher, Ingrid Fischer (eds.)
This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the 1st foreign Symposium on Computational lifestyles Sciences, CompLife 2005, held in Konstanz, Germany in September 2005.
The 21 revised complete papers offered including three papers of a workshop on disbursed information Mining within the existence Sciences (LifeDDM) have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from forty nine preliminary submissions. The papers conceal parts starting from high-level procedure biology to facts research on the topic of mass spec lines and are prepared in topical sections on structures biology, info research and integration, structural biology, genomics, computational proteomics, molecular informatics, molecular constitution selection and simulation, and disbursed information mining.
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