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Computational Modeling Suggests Changes in Cellular Metabolism Trigger Diabetes Link to external Web site
January 4, 2013 • University of California, Santa Barbara

Molecular Networks Form Basis of New Computational Model of the Cell Link to external Web site
December 16, 2012 • University of California, San Diego

Computational Model Offers Tool for Predicting Anti-HIV Therapy Outcome Link to external Web site
September 2, 2012 • Harvard University

"Noise" in Signals That Control Transcription Linked to Gene Organization Link to external Web site
August 30, 2012 • Rice University

Computational Model Provides Tool for Exploring How Genes Control Embryonic Development Link to external Web site
August 28, 2012 • California Institute of Technology

Computational Method Makes Novel Links Between Genes, Drugs, Side-Effects Link to external Web site
July 24, 2012 • Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Dynamic Model of Key Protein Provides Tool in Fight Against Cancer Link to external Web site
June 19, 2012 • Southern Methodist University

Computer Model Successfully Predicts Drug Side Effects Link to external Web site
June 11, 2012 • University of Califormia, San Francisco

Laboratory Mouse Genome Maps Provide New Tool for Interpreting Data and Designing Experiments Link to external Web site
May 29, 2011 • University of North Carolina

New Map of Laboratory Mouse Genome Provides Insight on Key Model Organism Link to external Web site
May 29, 2011 • The Jackson Laboratory

Scientists Computationally Design Molecular Scaffolds for Building Nanoscale Devices Link to external Web site
May 27, 2011 • University of Pennsylvania

Cryptic Variations Caused By Genetic Errors Help Organisms Evolve Link to external Web site
January 25, 2011 • University of Arizona

Computer Models and Fuzzy Logic Used to Understand Cellular Aging Link to external Web site
June 17, 2010 • Children’s Hospital Boston

Model Helps Explain Major Transitions in Evolution of Complex Organisms Link to external Web site
June 10, 2010 • University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Statistical Technique Finds Gene Regulation Sites Link to external Web site
November 19, 2009 • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

NIGMS-funded computer scientists have discovered a way to scan the genome for regions involved in gene regulation without prior knowledge of transcription factors.

New Four-Step Approach to Genome Annotation Link to external Web site
November 9, 2009 • University of California, San Diego

A team of NIGMS-supported bioengineers has taken some of the guesswork out of genome annotation with a new four-step method.

Genome-Wide Analysis of Insertions and Deletions Link to external Web site
July 1, 2009 • Penn State

An NIGMS-funded study sheds light on the processes that lead to insertion and deletion mutations, which cause many inherited diseases.

Yeast Biology And How Human Knowledge Expands Link to external Web site
March 19, 2009 • University of Michigan

NIGMS-funded biologists used temporal network analysis to explore the factors that promote or reduce scientific productivity.

Computational Technique Allows Easy Comparison of Genomes Link to external Web site
January 28, 2009 • University of California, Berkeley

NIGMS-funded researchers have created a method for comparing entire genomes that are vastly different from each other.

New Technique Reveals Protein Folding, Interaction Link to external Web site
December 23, 2008 • Scripps Research Institute

NIGMS-supported researchers have developed a computational method that predicts how bacterial proteins fold and interact.

Bioengineers Fill Holes in Science of Cellular Self-Organization Link to external Web site
October 6, 2008 • University of California, San Diego

NIGMS-funded bioengineers are developing models for how cell populations order themselves.

The Robustness of Metabolic Networks Link to external Web site
September 4, 2008 • Northwestern University

An NIGMS-funded team has found that metabolic networks are evolved to handle potentially harmful changes like gene deletions and mutations.

Tool Offers Zoomable View of Genome Link to external Web site
August 4, 2008 • Broad Institute

NIGMS-funded computational biologists have developed a publicly available tool that integrates diverse data about the genome.

New Computational Languages to Describe Biology Link to external Web site
July 22, 2008 • Harvard Medical School

An NIGMS-funded mathematician is helping integrate engineering concepts like artificial intelligence into computational descriptions of cells.

Supercomputer Helps Track Oxygen in Myoglobin Link to external Web site
July 1, 2008 • Virginia Tech

A half century after the structure of myoglobin was solved, NIGMS-funded researchers discovered exactly how oxygen moves in the protein.

Computer Predicts Anticancer Molecules Link to external Web site
June 17, 2008 • Georgia Tech

A computer-based method of analyzing cell activity is able to predict antitumor activity of naturally occurring metabolites, report NIGMS-funded researchers.

New Director to Advance NIGMS Computational Biology Efforts
July 23, 2007 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences

Karin Remington joins NIGMS as director of the Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology.

Quantitative Techniques Show Precision of Biological Processes Link to external Web site
July 18, 2007 • Princeton University

By combining experimental methods from physics and molecular biology, NIGMS-funded researchers have developed sophisticated ways to study fruit fly development and other biological puzzles.

Family Size Linked to Risk for Stomach Cancer Link to external Web site
January 15, 2007 • New York University

Early childhood exposure to siblings, especially older ones, increases the risk for developing stomach cancer decades later, report NIGMS-funded researchers, who speculate that early infection with genetically adapted H. pylori may set the stage for future disease.

New Columbia University Center Aims to Advance Next Generation of Genomics, Proteomics Research Link to external Web site
September 30, 2005 • Columbia University Medical Center

NIH Awards Grant to Stanford To Launch Biomedical Computation Center Link to external Web site
September 29, 2005 • Stanford School of Medicine

NIH-Funded Center Debuts Biomedical Computation Magazine
June 16, 2005 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences

Computer-Aided Protein Design Wins Newcomb Cleveland Prize Link to external Web site
February 16, 2005 • American Association for the Advancement of Science

New National Centers to Create Biomedical Computing Infrastructure
September 24, 2004 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences

"Digital Biology Week" Highlights Groundbreaking Initiatives to Build National Infrastructure for Biomedical Computing
October 27, 2003 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences

Leader in Computational Biology Is First Director of NIGMS Center
May 21, 2003 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences

NIH and NSF Team Up to Link Math and Biology at February 12 Symposium
February 5, 2003 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences

NIGMS and NSF Grants Join Math and Biology
August 22, 2002 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences

NIGMS Director Cassman to Lead California Institute for Quantitative Biomedical Research
February 4, 2002 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences

NIGMS Creates Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
May 14, 2001 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences


 
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