About this Research Topic
The current collection is a part of the series of Research Topics in Frontiers in Genetics (Bioinformatics of Genome Regulation, Volume I: https://fro.ntiers.in/QT2X) presenting the highlights from the international conferences on bioinformatics and systems biology held in Russia. In this volume, we would like to collect papers on genetics and biomedicine from the Bioinformatics of Genome Regulation and Structure \ Systems Biology - 2020 (BGRS\SB-2020) conference in Novosibirsk, and the 16th International Symposium on Bioinformatics Research and Applications (ISBRA-2020) held in Moscow.
This Research Topic is an effort to assess the role of regulation of gene expression as the background of gene function manifestation at the genome level.
The goal is to present current computational methods for genomics problems based on genomics, transcriptomics and proteomics data, gene networks, protein-protein interactions, and biomedical literature mining.
The research topic is open for submission for all the authors studying problems of gene expression regulation using systems biology approaches.
We welcome original research papers, reviews, and new ideas related, but not limited, to the following genome regulation computational topics:
• Bioinformatics of gene expression regulation at the level of transcription
• Gene expression regulation by epigenetic modification
• Medical genetics and genomics
• Medical genomics and transcriptomics
• Gene networks in diseases
• Plant genetics and biotechnology based on omics technology
• Computational tools for genome regulation studies
• Literature mining in medical genomics and gene function studies
• Systems biology approaches and e-health
The Topic Editors declare that they are affiliated with the BGRS\SB-2020 and the ISBRA-2020 Organizing Committees.
Keywords: Bioinformatics, Genomics, Transcriptomics, Omics technologies, Gene networks, Medical Genomics, Plant science, Genetics
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