263 pages, diagrams
Completely revised edition of an established textbook featuring new chapters and examples from exciting new research in genomics, including the human genome project.
...an excellent distillation of current knowledge...The book is clearly written, well presented, and feels good. Recommended. Neil Stoker, Royal Veterninary College, London, Microbiology Today, Vol 30, November 2003 "There is no doubt that this book is a very useful source of information, for students and teachers alike. In spite of its dense text, it makes good reading and will help to reduce the general bewilderment induced by the rapid pace of technological and conceptual innovation in biology." Leon Otten, Plant Molecular Biology Institute, Plant Science, 2003. Principles of Genome Analysis and Genomics, 3rd edition, is "very good indeed and deserves to be a widely popular resource for newcomers to genome analysis." J.Armour, University of Nottingham, Heredity, June 2004
Preface Abbreviations 1. Setting The Scene: The New Science Of Genomics 2. The Organization And Structure Of Genomes 3. Subdividing The Genome 4. Assembling A Physical Map Of The Genome 5. Sequencing Methods And Strategies 6. Genome Annotation And Bioinformatics 7. Comparative Genomics 8. Protein Structural Genomics 9. Global Expression Profiling 10. Comprehensive Mutant Libraries 11. Mapping Protein Interactions 12. Applications Of Genome Analysis And Genomics References Index
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