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International Journal for Computational Biology, IJCB (ISSN 2278-8115) is
an open access, peer-reviewed and online journal Published by Bioclues,
not-for-profit organization.
 *Key features*
=95    Free access to all the publications
=95    Copyright remains with the author
=95    All publications are peer reviewed
=95    Low publication charges
=95    Online international journal
=95    Pre-publication peer review
=95    Post-publication community review
=95    No production charges
=95    Professional publication management system
The International Journal for Computational Biology publishes papers from
all over the world based on all aspects of computational biology. The basic
aim of the journal is to publish research relating to understanding of
various aspects of living systems through the application of computational
methods.
 IJCB is an open access peer-reviewed journal that publishes research
articles on novel computational methods that enhance understanding of
biological processes. Research papers describing novel computational
methods, models, software and databases with clear application in biology
will be considered. In addition the journal Review, overview, opinion and
commentary articles are based on prior editorial approval.

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