ISBN-10:
1475781741
ISBN-13:
9781475781748
Pub. Date:
06/22/2013
Publisher:
Springer US
Genomics and Proteomics: Functional and Computational Aspects

Genomics and Proteomics: Functional and Computational Aspects

by Sïndor Suhai

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ISBN-13: 9781475781748
Publisher: Springer US
Publication date: 06/22/2013
Edition description: 2002
Pages: 250
Product dimensions: 7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.02(d)

Table of Contents

...and counting: DNA-Microarrays; J. D. Hoheisel. Obtaining and evaluating gene expression profiles with cDNA microarrays; M. Bittner, et al. Large scale expression screening identifies molecular pathways and predicts gene function; N. Pollet, et al. The Glean Machine: What can we learn from DNA sequence polymorphisms? D. L. Hartl, et al. Automatic assembly and editing of genomic data; B. Chevreux, et al. QUEST: an iterated sequence databank search method; W. R. Taylor, N. P. Brown. An essay on individual sequence variation in expressed sequence tags (ESTs); J. Reich, J. Hanke. Sequence similarity based gene prediction; R. Guigó, et al. Functional proteomics; J. Klose. The genome as a flexible polymer chain: recent results from simulations and experiments; J. Langowski, et al. Analysis of chromosome territory architecture in the human cell nucleus: overview of data from a collaborative study; H. Bornfleth, et al. From sequence to structure and function: Modelling and simulation of light-activated membrane proteins; J. Baudry, et al. SHOX homeobox gene and Turner syndrome; E. Rao, G. A. Rappold. A feature-based approach to discrimination and prediction of protein folding groups; B. Mirkin, O. Ritter. Linking structural biology with genome research: The Berlin 'Protein Structure Factory' initiative; U. Heinemann, et al. G protein-coupled receptors, or the power of data; F. Horn, et al. Distributed application management in bioinformatics; M. Senger, et al. Is human genetics becoming dangerous to society? C. J. Epstein: Index.

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