Research on Bioinformatics

The research of our group in bioinformatics aims at the development of tools that manage biological data and assist biologists in their research. To do this, we utilize our expertise in modern technologies such as data and knowledge-base management systems, intelligent agents, P2P computing and computational grids. Currently we are developing the bioinformatics toolkit for the comparative genomics project BRIDGEMAP.

Related Publications
  • Dailiana Z., Mylona E., Trepat X., Lagoudakis M., Ioannou M.: Primary Human Osteosarcoma Cell Responses to Alterations in Substrate Rigidity, Proceedings of the 55th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society (ORS), Las Vegas, NV, USA, February 2009.
    Publication Type: Workshop Proceedings [abstract] [file]
  • Mylona E., Dailiana Z., Trepat X., Lagoudakis M.: Substrate Rigidity Dictates Phenotype, Survival, and Mechanics of Primary Human Osteosarcoma Cells, Proceedings of the 6th European Symposium on Biomedical Engineering (ESBME 2008), Chania, Greece, June 2008.
    Publication Type: Conference Publications [abstract] [file]