In article <12475 at gazette.bcm.tmc.edu> sf034281 at swift.cellb.bcm.tmc.edu (Shurron M. Farmer) writes:
>>>As instructed by my advisor at my home college of Florida A & M University in Tallhassee, Florida, I would like to have a list of the latest software that is
>currently being used in computational biology. Florida A & M, like many other great schools in the country, is preparing for the new fields ob biological sciences, and this list could be useful in both my undergraduate work and my stay at Baylor as member of the SMART (Summer Medical Research and Training) program.
You would probably get a more informative response if you were a bit more specific.
Computational biology ranges from Tertiary Protein structure prediction, to
realistic neuron modeling, to Genetic Algorithms.
What are you interested in modeling?