Hypothesis
Identification of miRNAs Expression Profile in Gastric Cancer Using Self-Organizing Maps (SOM)
Gomes et al. Bioinformation 10(5): 246-250 (2014) PDF, HTML-ABSTRACT

Hypothesis
In silico prediction of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) encoded microRNAs targets in the genome of Cotton leaf curl Allahabad virus
Shweta & Khan, Bioinformation 10(5): 251-255 (2014) PDF, HTML-ABSTRACT

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A cross talk between codon usage bias in human oncogenes
Mazumder et al. Bioinformation 10(5): 256-262 (2014) PDF, HTML-ABSTRACT

Hypothesis
Insilico docking study of compounds elucidated from helicteres isora fruits with ampkinase- insulin receptor
Vennila et al. Bioinformation 10(5): 263-266 (2014) PDF, HTML-ABSTRACT

Hypothesis
Multiple antibiotic resistances in metal tolerant E. coli from hospital waste water
Alam & Imran, Bioinformation 10(5): 267-272 (2014) PDF, HTML-ABSTRACT

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In-silico screening and In-vitro validation of Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Receptor-2 (VEGFR-2) inhibitors
Saraswat et al. Bioinformation 10(5): 273-280 (2014) PDF, HTML-ABSTRACT

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A comparative in silico characterization of functional and physicochemical properties of 3FTx (three finger toxin) proteins from four venomous snakes
Roly et al. Bioinformation 10(5): 281-287 (2014) PDF, HTML-ABSTRACT

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Molecular docking studies of benzimidazopyrimidine and coumarin substituted benzimidazopyrimidine derivatives: As potential human Aurora A kinase inhibitors
Chandra et al. Bioinformation 10(5): 288-292 (2014) PDF, HTML-ABSTRACT

Hypothesis
The RAS subfamily Evolution tracing evolution for its utmost exploitation
Saad et al. Bioinformation 10(5): 293-298 (2014) PDF, HTML-ABSTRACT

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Design of New and Potent Diethyl Thiobarbiturates as Urease Inhibitors: A Computational Approach
Wadood et al. Bioinformation 10(5): 299-307 (2014) PDF, HTML-ABSTRACT

Hypothesis
Studies on structure-based sequence alignment and phylogenies of beta-lactamases
Salahuddin & Khan, Bioinformation 10(5): 308-313 (2014) PDF, HTML-ABSTRACT

Database
NeeMDB: Convenient Database for Neem Secondary Metabolites
Hatti et al. Bioinformation 10(5): 314-315 (2014) PDF, HTML-ABSTRACT

Views & Challenges
A report on biocompounds from palm fossil of India
Sharma et al. Bioinformation 10(5): 316-319 (2014) PDF, HTML-ABSTRACT