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    Books: Call for Book Chapter: Essentials of Bioinformatics Vol. I-III (Springer)
    Submitted by Babajan Banaganapalli; posted on Wednesday, September 27, 2017

    This is a general invitation to all authors for book chapter(s) contribution to our forthcoming book series entitled "Essentials of Bioinformatics Vol. I-III" to be published by Springer Nature Group. We expect to receive chapter(s) in line (but not limited to) with the central theme of our books (the detailed scope of book and submission dates can be seen below). The current book series is expected to act as an easily accessible platform for young biologists, biomedical scientists and medical researchers into the fascinating world of bioinformatics. Through this book, we aim to encourage the independent analysis and interpretation of the molecular data using publicly available bioinformatics platforms instead of using complicated computational algorithms and programming or costly commercial tools. Additionally, this book series shall highlight the essentials of modern bioinformatics tools to unravel the complexity of the genomes and to exploit the biological information to benefit the humankind through medical and agricultural science.

    Please use this link for further details: drive.google.com/file[...]/view

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