> <1>From: bsh at med.pitt.edu (Basavaraju Shankarappa)
> <1>To: LETTIERE_DAJ at CCSUA.CTSTATEU.EDU, bio-soft at net.bio.net> <1>Subject: Re: Biocomputing journals & alternatives to dissection?
> <1>1. Computer Applications in Biomedical Sciences; a NAR publication
> <1>also abbreviated as CABIOS
> But as David pointed out, CABIOS should stand for Computer Applications in the
> Biosciences. Here is another mail message:
> <2>From: Des.Higgins at EMBL-Heidelberg.DE (Des Higgins)
> <2>Subject: RE:ClustalV
> <2>The paper describing Clustal V came out earlier this year in CABIOS:
> <2>Higgins, D.G., Bleasby, A.J. and Fuchs, R. (1992)
> <2>CLUSTAL V: improved software for multiple sequence alignment.
> <2>Computer Applications in the Biosciences (CABIOS), 8(2):189-191.
>> Since Des was the first author of the publication mentioned above, he probably
> spell the journal name correctly. I still haven't checked the real journal yet.
I am very sorry about my error. You are right in that the correct
name is Computer Applications in the BiOSciences. (I went to the library
to make sure this is the correct name!)
Also to clearup one more point, it is published by the IRL press.
Although it is the same people who publish the Nucleic Acids Research, you
may have to take a nice walk to see who publishes NAR.
Hope this clears it up a little bit.
bsh at med.pitt.edu