High-throughput interpretation of pathways and biology



MacKenzie S (2001) High-throughput interpretation of pathways and biology. Drug News and Perspectives, 14 (1), pp. 54-57.

The genomics revolution is opening many diverse pathways in science. In the midst of the tidal wave of information being generated by the new "omics" disciplines, bioinformatics is meeting the challenge to decipher and organize the data mountain. The endeavor to integrate diverse biological data into a common vocabulary will be an essential part of the "biotechnological age" leading to a new understanding of complex biological systems. This potential promises to revolutionize medicine as knowledge is translated into novel therapies. The Integrated Bioinformatics meeting held in Zurich January 24­26, 2001, provided an insight into the cutting edge of bioinformatics and its central role in the genomics revolution. The evolution of bioinformatics will act as a guide in 21st century biological sciences.

Drug News and Perspectives: Volume 14, Issue 1

Publication date31/12/2001
PublisherThomson Reuters
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Professor Simon MacKenzie

Professor Simon MacKenzie

Professor & Head of Inst of Aquaculture, Institute of Aquaculture