Bioinformatics, Genomics, and Proteomics: Getting the Big Picture
Examines how technology has transformed the study of genetics and how researchers are using computers to analyze genes and genomes in human health, disease, and development. Discusses how this research is being used to develop cures for some diseases and to learn how to prevent them.
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DNA Proteins and Cells
Genes Code for Proteins
The Human Genome Project
Why Sequence So Many Different Genomes?
Medicine in an Age of Proteomics
Using the NCBI Server to Learn About a Protein
More About Proteins How to Find Similar Proteins
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