Genomics and Proteomics Functional and Computational Aspects

This work provides an unique interdisciplinary overview of genomics and proteomics, addressing experts in the field as well as experimental researchers interested in the applications. Summarizing the results of recent research in this important and exciting area, in particular computational and expe...

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Main Author: Suhai, Sándor
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Boston, MA Springer US 2002, 2002
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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505 0 |a ... and Counting -- Obtaining and Evaluating Gene Expression Profiles with cDNA Microarrays -- Large Scale Expression Screening Identifies Molecular Pathways and Predicts Gene function -- The Glean Machine -- Automatic Assembly and Editing of Genomic Data -- Quest -- An Essay on Individual Sequence Variation in Expressed Sequence Tags(ESTs) -- Sequence Similarity Based Gene Prediction -- Functional Proteomics -- The Genome as a Flexible Polymer Chain -- Analysis of Chromosome Territory Architecture in the Human Cell Nucleus -- From Sequence to Structure and Function -- Shox Homeobox Gene and Turner Syndrome -- A Feature-Based Approach to Discrimination and Prediction of Protein Folding -- Linking Structural Biology With Genome Research -- G Protein-Coupled Receptors, or The Power of Data -- Distributed Application Management in Bioinformatics -- Is Human Genetics Becoming Dagerous to Society? 
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520 |a This work provides an unique interdisciplinary overview of genomics and proteomics, addressing experts in the field as well as experimental researchers interested in the applications. Summarizing the results of recent research in this important and exciting area, in particular computational and experimental approaches to expression analysis, functional gene identification, functional aspects of higher order DNA-structure, the relationship between protein sequence, structure and function, and genetic and medical aspects of genomics, the book includes contributions from renowned international experts