Bioinformatics: Data Knowledge Management With Complex Datasets

May 31, 2018

With the growth of biologics showing no signs of stopping, bioinformatics continues to be a key driver when it comes to R&D development. Laboratories and their data systems are now expected to handle and manage biotechnology’s densely structured proteins, with some antibodies standing at 20,000 atoms each. (3)

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