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The book represents the first single-volume book that describes genera l approaches to computer modeling as they apply to the biomedical prof essions, particularly in the realms of pharmacology and biochemistry. Bringing together contributions from researchers with hands-on experti se, the book is loaded with examples, and it also encompasses differen t types of computer modeling approaches. In fact, the text supports ea ch modeling approach with clinical examples. It thereby provides a con venient source of readily applicable modeling information. In addition , the book offers easy-to-follow information and presents it in a how- to manner that minimizes the use of mathematical jargon.
The book contains black-and-white illustrations.
The Pharmacological Consequences of Modeling Synoptic Receptor Systems
The Ternary Complex Model
From the Static to the Dynamic: 3 Models of Signal Transduction in G Protein Coupled Receptors
Intramolecular Dynamics and Ligand-Induced Conformational Changes: A Stochastic Model of Receptor Action
Linking Bioinformatics and Cheminformatics: From Genes to Structure-Activity Relationships
Computer-Intensive Statistical Procedures
Beyond Eyeballing: Fitting Models to Experimental Data