Computer Analysis of Sequence Data, Volume 2; Volume 25

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Humana Press, Feb 8, 1994 - Science - 445 pages
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These comprehensive, up-to-date handbooks are designed for those scientists engaged in the computer analysis of sequence data who want hands-on help in using the most important commercial software available, but simply do not have the time to become computer experts. The expert authors guide you through the programs with easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions. The topics covered include translations of sequences, sequence alignment, phylogenetic trees, analysis of RNA secondary structure, database searching, submission of data to EMBL/GenBank/DDBJ/etc., maintaining sequence projects, and using patterns to analyze protein sequences. Many chapters have been written by world-class authorities in the field, among them R. Staden, M. Gribskov, D. Higgins, W. Pearson, M. Zuker, and G. Barton. Each volume shares five essential chapters concerning the analysis of sequence data, the FASTA program, converting between sequence formats, obtaining software via INTERNET, and the submission of nucleotide sequence data. Part I covers GCG, MicroGenie, PC/GENE, and FASTA programs. Part II covers Staden and Staden Plus, DNA Strider, FASTA, and MacVector programs.

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