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Genome Transcriptome and Proteome Analysis is a concise introduction to the subject, successfully bringing together these three key areas of research. Starting with a revision of molecular genetics the book offers clear explanations of the tools and techniques widely used in genome, transcriptome and proteome analysis. Subsequent chapters offer a broad overview of linkage maps, physical maps and genome sequencing, with a final discussion on the identification of genes responsible for disease. An invaluable introduction to the basic concepts of the subject, this text offers the student an excellent overview of current research methods and applications and is a good starting point for those new to the area. It gives a clear, concise introduction to the subject of modern genomic analysis. It provides a technology-oriented approach including the latest developments in the field. It is invaluable to those students taking courses in Bioinformatics, Human Genetics, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
The book provides a brilliant introduction into topics that .become increasingly difficult to summarize will immensely benefit students (Annals of Biomedical Engineering, July 2006) " a good textbook and should be very useful in school, college, and university libraries." (E STREAMS, September 2005) " a well written introduction to modern genetic analysis." (CHOICE, June 2005) "It will immensely benefit students" (Annals of Biomedical Engineering, July 2006)
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