Nanoinformatics: An emerging area of information technology at the intersection of bioinformatics, computational chemistry and nanobiotechnology

Fernando González-Nilo, Tomás Pérez-Acle, Sergio Guínez-Molinos, Daniela A. Geraldo, Claudia Sandoval, Alejandro Yévenes, Leonardo S. Santos, V. Felipe Laurie, Hegaly Mendoza, Raúl E. Cachau

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After the progress made during the genomics era, bioinformatics was tasked with supporting the flow of information generated by nanobiotechnology efforts. This challenge requires adapting classical bioinformatic and computational chemistry tools to store, standardize, analyze, and visualize nanobiotechnological information. Thus, old and new bioinformatic and computational chemistry tools have been merged into a new sub-discipline: nanoinformatics. This review takes a second look at the development of this new and exciting area as seen from the perspective of the evolution of nanobiotechnology applied to the life sciences. The knowledge obtained at the nano-scale level implies answers to new questions and the development of new concepts in different fields. The rapid convergence of technologies around nanobiotechnologies has spun off collaborative networks and web platforms created for sharing and discussing the knowledge generated in nanobiotechnology. The implementation of new database schemes suitable for storage, processing and integrating physical, chemical, and biological properties of nanoparticles will be a key element in achieving the promises in this convergent field. In this work, we will review some applications of nanobiotechnology to life sciences in generating new requirements for diverse scientific fields, such as bioinformatics and computational chemistry.

Idioma originalEnglish
Páginas (desde-hasta)43-51
Número de páginas9
PublicaciónBiological Research
Volumen44
N.º1
DOI
EstadoPublished - 8 jun 2011

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Nanobiotechnology
Computational chemistry
information technology
Bioinformatics
Computational Biology
bioinformatics
Information technology
chemistry
Technology
Biological Science Disciplines
nanoparticles
Genomics
Nanoparticles
Databases
genomics
Processing

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology(all)
  • Agricultural and Biological Sciences(all)

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González-Nilo, Fernando ; Pérez-Acle, Tomás ; Guínez-Molinos, Sergio ; Geraldo, Daniela A. ; Sandoval, Claudia ; Yévenes, Alejandro ; Santos, Leonardo S. ; Laurie, V. Felipe ; Mendoza, Hegaly ; Cachau, Raúl E. / Nanoinformatics : An emerging area of information technology at the intersection of bioinformatics, computational chemistry and nanobiotechnology. En: Biological Research. 2011 ; Vol. 44, N.º 1. pp. 43-51.
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Nanoinformatics : An emerging area of information technology at the intersection of bioinformatics, computational chemistry and nanobiotechnology. / González-Nilo, Fernando; Pérez-Acle, Tomás; Guínez-Molinos, Sergio; Geraldo, Daniela A.; Sandoval, Claudia; Yévenes, Alejandro; Santos, Leonardo S.; Laurie, V. Felipe; Mendoza, Hegaly; Cachau, Raúl E.

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