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Provides insight into all important fields in bioinformatics including sequence analysis, expression analysis, structural biology, proteomics and network analysis. Topics range from genome sequence determination and its analysis, to the analysis of transcripts and proteins.
Human genetics - genotyping, A. Reis; bioinformatics of membrane proteins, G. van Heijne; SNAPping up functionally related genes based on context information, G. Kolesov, H.W. Mewes, D. Frishman; promoter analysis, T. Werner; cluster analysis and its applications to gene expression data, R. Sharan, R. Elkon, R. Shamir; statistical methods for analyzing gene expression data for cancer research, N. Friedman, N. Kaminski; structural genomics, W. Taylor; computational structural proteomics, L. Brive, R. Abagyan; proteomics in biological research, M. Gentzel, Th. Kocher, M. Wilm; the challenge to make proteins speak; construction and prediction of protein-protein interaction maps, V. Schachter; bioinformatics, cellular flows and simulation, H.V. Westerhoff; graph-based analysis of metabolic networks, J. van Helden, L. Wernisch, D. Gilbert, S. Wodak; orphan protein function and its relation to glycosylation, R. Gupta, L.J. Jensen, S. Brunak.