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Bloomsbury Centre for Bioinformatics

The Bloomsbury Centre for Bioinformatics is a collaborative venture between UCL and Birkbeck College. The BCB is affiliated with the Institute of Structural Molecular Biology.

Protein Researchers at UCL and Birkbeck are at the forefront of bioinformatics-driven protein research in areas such as protein structure prediction, homology modelling, classification of protein structures and effects of mutations on protein structure and function.

Microarray Post-genomic research is now firmly established as a major scientific discipline in the new millennium. DNA microarray technology has revolutionised molecular biology by enabling the expression of many thousands of genes to be measured in parallel.

Genomics A major field at Birkbeck and UCL covering topics such as phylogenetics, in silico vaccine design through sequence analysis and sequence-based clustering.

Systems Biology, GRID Computing & Text Mining The bioinformatics groups in Bloomsbury are at the forefront in developing GRID-based applications for biomedical research and are also active in developing novel software tools for biomedical text-mining.UCL is recognised as a world leader in high performance research computing, and is an e-science Centre of Excellence in Networked systems.

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