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Author Krane, Dan E. Other Authors Raymer, Michael L. Physical Description xiii, p.
Summary “Fundamental Concepts of Bioinformatics is the first textbook co-authored by a biologist and computer scientist that is specifically designed to make bioinformatics accessible to undergraduates and prepare them for more advanced work. Students learn what programs are available for analyzing data, how to understand the basic algorithms that underlie these programs, what bioinformatic research is like, and other basic concepts. Information flows easily from one topic to the next, krrane enough detail to support the major concepts without overwhelming students.
Contents Molecular biology and biological chemistry Data funxamental and pairwise alignments Substitution patterns Distance-based methods of phylogenetics Character-based methods of phylogenetics Genomics and gene recognition Protein and RNA structure prediction Proteonics Appendix 1.
A gentle introduction to computer programming and data structures Appendix 2. Enzyme kinetics Appendix 3. Sample programs in Perl. Fundamental concepts of rundamental. Includes bibliographical references and index.
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