Trends in Bioinformatics Research
Peter V. Yan
Nova Science Publishers, Jan 1, 2005 - Medical - 146 pages
The genomic revolution that has spawned microarrays and high throughput technologies has produced vast amounts of complex biological data that require integration and multidimensional analysis. Bioinformatics incorporates sub-disciplines, ranging from databases and ontologies to the modelling of complex biological systems by way of molecular evolution and protein structure prediction. This new book provides state-of-the-art research from around the world.
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Family Classification and Integrative Analysis
Bioinformatics Tools for LargeScale Functional
Protein Content in Chordate and Embryophyte
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