Humans to Proteins

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CSIRO Pub., 1998 - Biology - 228 pages
This volume presents a range of selected examples of applications of computation and computers in widely diverse and complementary areas of medicine and anatomy, neurophysiology, biochemistry, molecular biology and bioinformatics from leading experts in computer modelling. We see how a fundamental physical description, common mathematical formalism, computing methods, modelling and simulation techniques, and computer visualization help advance our knowledge of living forms through the use of powerful computers and computational methods.

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Computeraided diagnosis from medical images using anatomical models
Largescale computational simulation of cortexlike systems using a Cray

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