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Language English. Also Titled Bioinformatics. Author Zvelebil, Marketa J, author. Other Authors Baum, Jeremy O, author. Content Types text Carrier Types volume online resource Physical Description xxiii, pages : illustrations chiefly colour ; 28 cm. Computational Biology -- methods. Contents Background basics The nucleic acid world Protein structure Dealing with databases Sequence alignments Producing and analyzing sequence alignments Pairwise sequence alignment and database searching Patterns, profiles, and multiple alignments Evolutionary processes Recovering evolutionary history Building phylogenetic trees Genome characteristics Revealing genome features Gene detection and genome annotation Secondary structures Obtaining secondary structure from sequence Predicting secondary structures Tertiary structures Modeling protein structure Analyzing structure-function relationships Cells and organisms Proteome and gene expression analysis Clustering methods and statistics Systems biology.
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Suitable for advanced undergraduates and postgraduates, Understanding Bioinformatics provides a definitive guide to this vibrant and evolving discipline. The book takes a conceptual approach. It guides the reader from first principles through to an understanding of the computational techniques and the key algorithms. Understanding Bioinformatics is an invaluable companion for students from their first encounter with the subject through to more advanced studies. The book is divided into seven parts, with the opening part introducing the basics of nucleic acids, proteins and databases. Subsequent parts are divided into 'Applications' and 'Theory' Chapters, allowing readers to focus their attention effectively.
Understanding bioinformatics / Marketa Zvelebil & Jeremy O. Baum.
Provides a definitive guide to this vibrant and evolving discipline. Understanding Bioinformatics takes a conceptual approach. It guides the reader from first principles through to an understanding of the computational techniques and the key algorithms. Understanding Bioinformatics is divided into seven sections, with the opening section introducing the basics of nucleic acids, proteins and databases. Subsequent sections are divided into 'applications' and 'theory' chapters, allowing readers to focus their attention effectively. In each section, the applications chapter provides a fast and straightforward route to understanding the main concepts and 'getting started'. Each of these is then followed by theory chapters which give greater detail and present the underlying mathematics.