Bioinformatics for Systems Biology

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Stephen Krawetz
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 11, 2008 - Science - 639 pages
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Bioinformatics for Systems Biology bridges and unifies many disciplines. It presents the life scientist, computational biologist, and mathematician with a common framework. Only by linking the groups together may the true life sciences revolution move forward.

 

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Contents

Life of a Cell and Its Analysis
2
Statistical Tools and Their Application
137
Transcriptome Analysis
206
Structural and Functional Sequence Analysis
280
Literature Mining for Association and Meaning
368
Genomic Databases
436
Biological Networks
514
Bridging the Gap
578
Index
631
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