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Author(s): Westhead, D.R., Parish, J.H., Twyman R.M. ISBN: 1859962726 Paperback: 304 pages Publisher: BIOS Scientific Publ; 1 edition (October 16, 2002) Language: English Instant Notes in Bioinformatics describes what is possible, and the strengths, limitations and potential pitfalls of methods and analyses. The book begins by describing data generation and databases. It also discusses the newer bioinformatics problems associated with structures, expression, proteomics, interactions and pathways. The important areas in bioinformatics are covered to encourage easy learning and brushing-up. Table of Content - Overview of Bioinformatics - Data Acquisition - Databases - Contents, Structure and Annotation - Retrieval of Biological Data - Searching Sequence Databases by Sequence Similarity Criteria - Multiple Sequence Alignment: Gene and Protein Families - Phylogenetics - Sequence Annotation - Structural Bioinformatics - Microarray Data Analysis - Proteomic Data Analysis - Cheminformatics in Biology - Bioinformatics in the Pharmaceutical Industry - Basic Principles of Computing in Bioinformatics



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