BioInformatics: A Computing Perspective
McGraw-Hill Education, Aug 25, 2008 - Computers - 480 pages
This book is written by an experienced author team representing the many areas from which the new discipline of Bioinformatics is emerging. Their common sense approach and carefully detailed presentations in Bioinformatics: A Computing Perspective blends computing and biological sciences in an engaging and unique way. Bioinformatics: A Computing Approach helps students become conversant with key concepts in the biological sciences and knowledgeable about current programming tools and approaches. It successfully ties interesting computational challenges to relevant biological phenomenon in a way that will engage the next generation of scientists.
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