Models of signal transmission v.1.0

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Bioinformatics is commonly understood as work with the DNA and protein sequences. However databases and computational analysis were tried on other objects far before these sequences became widely available. This work is about analysis of spatial movement

Bioinformatics is commonly understood as work ...

 
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