Computational Molecular Biology (ISSN 1927-5587) is an open access, peer reviewed journal published online by BioPublisher. The Journal is publishing all the latest and outstanding research articles, letters, methods, and reviews in all areas of Computational Molecular Biology, covering new discoveries in molecular biology, from genes to genomes, using statistical, mathematical, and computational methods as well as new development of computational methods and databases in molecular and genome biology. The papers published in the journal are expected to be of interests to computational scientists, biologists, and teachers/students/researchers engaged in biology, as well as are appropriate for R & D personnel and general readers interested in computational technology and biology.
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Computational Molecular Biology (ISSN 1927-5587) is archived in Library and Archive Canada and deposited in CrossRef. The Journal has been indexed by ProQuest as well.
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