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1742595 Mount, David:
Sequence and Genome Analysis
Preis:   € 78,50

Einband: Paperback
Auflage: 2. Aufl.
Verlag: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
Erscheinungsdatum: 2004
Seiten: 665
Abbildungen: illus., appendices, index

ISBN-10: 0-87969-712-1   
ISBN-13: 978-0879697129

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This second edition of Bioinformatics: Sequence and Genome Analysis provides a comprehensive overview and critical examination of the computational methods needed for analyzing DNA, RNA, and protein data as well as entire genomes. The book has been completey revised, redesigned for increased accessibility and to further aid learning, and updated with three completely new chapters. It is now more student-friendly than ever and will build on the adoption success of the first edition.
Chapter 1. Historical Introduction and Overview
Chapter 2. Collecting and Storing Sequences in the Laboratory
Chapter 3. Alignment of Pairs of Sequences
Chapter 4. Introduction to Probability and Statistical Analysis of Sequence Alignments
Chapter 5. Multiple Sequence Alignment
Chapter 6. Sequence Database Searching for Similar Sequences
Chapter 7. Phylogenetic Prediction
Chapter 8. Prediction of RNA Secondary Structure
Chapter 9. Gene Prediction and Regulation
Chapter 10. Protein Classification and Structure Prediction
Chapter 11. Genome Analysis
Chapter 12. Bioinformatics Programming Using Perl and Perl Modules
Chapter 13. Analysis of Microarrays


review: “In conclusion, the second edition of ‘Bioinformatics: Sequence and Genome Analysis’ is an excellent textbook for bioinformatics introductory courses for both life sciences and computer science students, and a good reference for current problems in the field and the tools and methods employed in their solution.”
—Briefings in Bioinformatics

review: “This second edition is a qualified success. Every chapter in the second edition appears to be rewritten extensively, and three useful new chapters have been added. As a result, the new edition tops out at 692 pages, and many of the problems with the first edition have been rectified...

Overall, this second edition is a considerable improvement over the first and will be popular on the desks of many scientists as well as many students....If you find that you need a reference that covers the entire breadth of bioinformatics, you need to buy this book.”
—Clinical Chemistry

David Mount, University of Arizona, Tucson
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