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  • Knowledge Discovery in Bioinformaticsby Xiaohua Hu; Yi Pan

    Wiley 2007; US$ 139.00

    The purpose of this edited book is to bring together the ideas and findings of data mining researchers and bioinformaticians by discussing cutting-edge research topics such as, gene expressions, protein/RNA structure prediction, phylogenetics, sequence and structural motifs, genomics and proteomics, gene findings, drug design, RNAi... more...

  • Data Mining in Bioinformaticsby Jason T. L. Wang; Mohammed J. Zaki; Hannu Toivonen; Dennis Shasha

    Springer London 2006; US$ 189.00

    8. 1. 1 Protein Subcellular Location The life sciences have entered the post-genome era where the focus of biologicalresearchhasshiftedfromgenomesequencestoproteinfunctionality. Withwhole-genomedraftsofmouseandhumaninhand,scientistsareputting more and more e?ort into obtaining information about the entire proteome in a given cell type. The properties... more...

  • Bioinformatics and the Cellby Xuhua Xia

    Springer US 2007; Not Available

    Biological and biomedical sciences are becoming more interdisciplinary, and scientists of the future need inte rdisciplinary training instead of the conventional disciplinary training. Just as Sean Eddy (2005) wiselypointed out that sending monolingual diplomats to the United Nations maynot enhance international collaborations, combining strictly disciplinary... more...

  • Bioinformatics Technologiesby Yi-Ping Phoebe Chen

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2005; Not Available

    Solving modern biological problems requires advanced computational methods. Bioinformatics evolved from the active interaction of two fast-developing disciplines, biology and information technology. The central issue of this emerging field is the transformation of often distributed and unstructured biological data into meaningful information. This... more...

  • Bioinformaticsby Zo Lacroix; Terence Critchlow

    Elsevier Science 2003; US$ 87.95

    Life science data integration and interoperability is one of the most challenging problems facing bioinformatics today. In the current age of the life sciences, investigators have to interpret many types of information from a variety of sources: lab instruments, public databases, gene expression profiles, raw sequence traces, single nucleotide polymorphisms,... more...

  • Anatomy Ontologies for Bioinformaticsby Albert Burger; Duncan Davidson; Richard Baldock

    Springer London 2007; Not Available

    This book is about the ontology of anatomy. With respect to the individual ?elds of ontology and anatomy, the ontology of anatomy has aspects of both an old and a new topic area. A new aspect for anatomy is that the ontology of anatomy brings medicine together with molecular biology and its related subjects. Similarly, for the ?eld of ontology, biomedical... more...

  • Bioinformatics Algorithmsby Ion Mandoiu; Alexander Zelikovsky

    Wiley 2008; US$ 176.00

    Presents algorithmic techniques for solving problems in bioinformatics, including applications that shed new light on molecular biology This book introduces algorithmic techniques in bioinformatics, emphasizing their application to solving novel problems in post-genomic molecular biology. Beginning with a thought-provoking discussion on the role... more...

  • Bioinformatics for Vaccinologyby Darren R. Flower

    Wiley 2008; US$ 121.95

    “… this book was written from start to finish by one extremely dedicated and erudite individual. The author has done an excellent job of covering the many topics that fall under the umbrella of computational biology for vaccine design, demonstrating an admirable command of subject matter in fields as disparate as object-oriented databases... more...

  • Bioinformatics and Systems Biologyby Frederick Marcus

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2008; Not Available

    Collaborative research in bioinformatics and systems biology is a key element of modern biology and health research. This book provides access to many of the methods, environments, results and resources involved. Over 350 web references are included. more...

  • Bioinformatics and Molecular Evolutionby Paul G. Higgs; Teresa K. Attwood

    Wiley 2013; US$ 126.95

    In the current era of complete genome sequencing, Bioinformatics and Molecular Evolution provides an up-to-date and comprehensive introduction to bioinformatics in the context of evolutionary biology. This accessible text: provides a thorough examination of sequence analysis, biological databases, pattern recognition, and... more...