Bioinformatics: Players; Problems; and Processes in Computational Biology (Technical Insights)

 

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This is a comprehensive report about the growing technology sector of bioinformatics. It provides an overview and analysis of technology, markets, challenges, and key players.

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Bioinformatics: Players; Problems; and Processes in Computational Biology (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryOverviewIntroductionScopeBioinformatics: Players; Problems; and Processes in Computational Biology (Technical Insights), IntroductionBioinformatics BackgroundIntroductionThe Birth of Bioinformatics: Too Much DataNow: Still Too Much DataBioinformatics: What Is It Good For?Pharmaceuticals ApplicationsIT Companies Enter the FrayBioinformatics: Players; Problems; and Processes in Computational Biology (Technical Insights), Technology SynopsisTechnology DescriptionBioinformatics SystemsBackground: Proteomics; Genomics; and Combinatorial ChemistryBioinformatics: Players; Problems; and Processes in Computational Biology (Technical Insights), Markets OverviewMarket AnalysisIntroductionBioinformatics MarketsOther Markets That Will Affect BioinformaticsCase Study: Bioinformatics in AsiaBioinformatics: Players; Problems; and Processes in Computational Biology (Technical Insights), Market DynamicsChallenges And BarriersInvestors Fall Out of LoveStandardizationGenes Were Easy--Proteins Are HardHelp WantedToo Many BytesFrom Skills to Skill SetsError Breeds ErrorOther ChallengesConclusion: Just Three ThingsBioinformatics: Players; Problems; and Processes in Computational Biology (Technical Insights), Profiles of Major PlayersKey Companies and Research Groups, A through M3-D Pharmaceuticals3rd MillenniumAsia Pacific Bioinformatics NetworkAlphagene ArQule Inc.Automated Cell Inc. Cadus Pharmaceutical Corp.California Institute of Technology Caprion Pharmaceuticals Inc.Case Western Reserve UniversityCelera GenomicsCellnomica Inc.Cellomics Inc.Cognia CorporationCold Spring Harbor LaboratoryCompugenCornell UniversityCray Inc.CuraGen CorporationBrookhaven National LaboratoryEntelos Inc.European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO)Exelixis Inc. ExonHit Therapeutics Inc.Genaissance Pharmaceuticals IncGene Network SciencesGeneData AGGene LogicGeneFormatics Inc.Genostar ConsortiumGenzyme Molecular Oncology and Silico Insights Geospiza Inc.Glycominds Inc.Hitachi HybrigenicsUniversity of IdahoImmusol Inc. IBMIncyte Genomics Inc.Inpharmatica LtdInstitute for Systems BiologyIntegrated Genomics Inc.Interleukin Genetics Inc. and Genome Therapeutics Inc.Interoperable Informatics Infrastructure Consortium (I3C) Kenna TechnologiesLifeSpan BioSciences Inc. Lion Bioscience Massachusettes Institute of TechnologyMcGill University Launches Centre for Bioinformatics MDL Information Systems Inc.MDS Proteomics Microarray Gene Expression Data Group (MGED) Molecular Mining Corp. Myriad Genetics Inc.Key Companies and Research Groups; N through ZNational Resource for Cell Analysis and Modeling (NRCAM); University of ConnecticutNational Center for Genome Resources (US)National Cancer Institute (US) National Institute of General Medical Sciences (US)NIH's National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI)Norwegian Radium HospitalOak Ridge National LaboratoryOracle Corp.O'Reilly and Electric Genetics: Bioinformatics Technology Conference and Bio-hackathonPacific Northwest National LaboratoryParabon Computation Inc.ParacelParadigm Genetics Pharsight CorporationPhysiome SciencesProteome Systems Ltd.Purdue UniversityRosetta BiosoftwareShanghai Genecore Biotechnologies Co. Ltd.Space Telescope Science InstituteSpotfire Inc.Stanford University and Intel Corp. State University of Groningen Structural Bioinformatics Inc.Structural GenomiX TIGR (The Institute for Genomic Research)Tripos Inc.TurboGenomicsUniversity of Illinois; Urbana-ChampaignUniversity of Pennsylvania University of WashingtonUniversity of Chicago and Sun MicrosystemsUppsala University; SwedenUS Dept. of Agriculture (USDA)US Department of EnergyNational Institutes of Health (NIH) Virginia Bioinformatics Institute and Virginia TechVisualize Life Sciences GroupXTL Biopharmaceuticals Ltd. and HybrigenicsZygogen LLC and Nutec Sciences Inc.Bioinformatics: Players; Problems; and Processes in Computational Biology (Technical Insights), Technical Insights' 2002 Science and Technology AwardsTechnology InnovationIntroductionZymoGenetics Inc.Technology LeadershipIntroductionAccelrys Inc.Bioinformatics: Players; Problems; and Processes in Computational Biology (Technical Insights), AppendicesPatents; Websites; Contacts; BooksAppendix A: Recent Patents with Applications in BioinformaticsAppendix B: Useful WebsitesAppendix C: Contact InformationAppendix D: Introductory Books on Bioinformatics




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