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Public Health Implications of Bioinformatics
IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics
Abstract:Epidemiologists are reformulating their classical approaches to diseases by considering various issues associated to "omics" areas and technologies. Traditional differences between epidemiology and genetics include background, training, terminologies, study designs and others. Public health and epidemiology are increasingly looking forward to using methodologies and informatics tools, facilitated by the Bioinformatics community, for managing genomic information. Future microarraydoi:10.1055/s-0038-1638191 fatcat:zop4qpkzazbdhl4gfawgvu26ka