Bioinformatics: New Research
Peter V. Yan
Nova Publishers, 2005 - Science - 173 pages
The genomic revolution that has spawned microarrays and high throughput technologies has produced vast amounts of complex biological data that require integration and multidimensional analysis. Bioinformatics incorporates sub-disciplines ranging from databases and ontologies to the modelling of complex biological systems by way of molecular evolution and protein structure prediction. This new book provides state-of-the-art research from around the world.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Computational Approaches for Deciphering the Transcriptional Regulatory Network by Promoter Analysis
Application of Computational Biology in Understanding Emerging Infectious Diseases Inferring Biological Function for SM Complex of SARSCoV
Identification and ComputerAssisted Integration into Biological Pathways of Modulated Gene Expressions Patterns
a-helix adaptive resonance theory alignment amino acid analysis analyzed approach associated binding sites biochemical Bioinformatics biological calculations catalytic cDNA cell cycle characterized classification clustering gene expression coil coronavirus correlated mutation CpG islands data set database defined destabilizing residues differentially expressed DSSP enzyme expression levels expression patterns expression profiles false positives Figure fold frequencies fuzzy gene expression data genetic Genome Res genome sequence helices helix Human 4 SARS-CoV identified implicit solvent input interaction k-means known functional residues least stabilizing loops mechanisms methods microarray Mol Biol molecular motifs neural network neuron Nucleic Acids Res nucleotides number of clusters P-strands promoter Protein Blocks protein classes protein structure protein structure prediction receptor regulation regulatory elements ribozymes S-M complex SARS SARS-CoV secondary structure secondary structure assignments SECSTR self-organizing maps specific structural alphabet structure prediction Table target genes TFBS TFBSs transcription factor VGID virus yeast Z-score
Page 6 - Fuzzy logic is a superset of conventional Boolean logic that has been extended to handle the concept of partial truth — truth values between "completely true