Structural Bioinformatics and Proteomics

The limited sequence similarity of protein sequences with known structures has led to an indispensable need for computational technology to predict their structures. Structural bioinformatics (SB) has become integral in elucidating the sequence–structure–function relationship of a protein. Glycobiology along with the field of proteomics, especially the application of mass spectrometry examination to protein tests, is well established and developing quickly. Proteomics is the newly emerging field of life science research that uses High Throughput (HT) technologies to display, identify and/or characterize all the proteins in a given cell, tissue or organism. Structural bioinformatics bargains with  Basic information of particles. It abuses calculations for elucidation and deals with 3D spatial information. The principal advancements in strategies of structural bioinformatics are tertiary structure expectation and folding mechanism analysis, the binding mechanism and the intuitive between biological macromolecules and ligands.


  • Computational Geometry
  • Computer Vision
  • Computer Graphics
  • Medical Image Interpretation
  • Pattern Recognition.

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