Welcome to the Laboratory of Computational Molecular Biology (CMB), College of Life Sciences, Beijing Normal University (BNU).
Founded in 2002, and affiliated with Institute of Ecology, CMB is one of the key laboratories of BNU. We offer MS and PhD degree programs and research opportunities for students interested in bioinformatics, cultivating them to intensify their pursuit of BNU's motto Studying to Teach and Acting to Example.
CMB is currently organized with two professors, one vice professor, one laboratory assistant, 15 graduate students and 1 undergraduate student.
News & Events
(2017). The genome of medicinal plant macleaya cordata, provides new insights into benzylisoquinoline alkaloids metabolism. Molecular Plant10(7), 975. [Online Text]
(2016). Differential variation patterns between hubs and bottlenecks in human protein-protein interaction networks. Bmc Evolutionary Biology16(1), 260. [Online Text]
(2016). Hierarchical Map of Orthologous Genomic Regions Reconstructed from Two Closely Related Genomes: Cucumber Case Study. The Plant Genome, 9(3). [Online Text]
(2016). Different evolutionary patterns of snps between domains and unassigned regions in human protein-coding sequences. Molecular Genetics & Genomics, 1-10. [Online Text]
Databases and applications developed in our lab: