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Edited By: D Higgins and W Taylor
249 pages, Figs, tabs
Bioinformatics: Sequence, Structure and Databanks covers practical, important topics in the analysis of protein sequences and structures. It includes comparing amino acid sequences to structures, comparing structures to each other, searching information on entire protein families, as well as searching with single sequences, how to use the Internet, and how to set up and use the SRS molecular biology database management system. Finally, there are chapters on multiple sequence alignment and protein secondary structure prediction. Bioinformatics: Sequence, Structure and Databanks will be invaluable to occasional users of these techniques as well as experienced professionals or researchers.
a worthwhile addition to your libraryR Briefings in Bioformatics
Threading Methods for Protein Structure Prediction; Comparison of Protein Three-Dimensional Structure; Multiple Alignments for Structural, Functional or Phylolgenetic Analyses of Homologous Sequences; Hidden Markov Models for Data Base Similarity Searches; Protein Family-Based methods for Homology Detection and Analysis; Predicting Secondary Structure from Protein Sequences; Methods for Discovering Conserved Patterns in Protein Sequences and Structures; Comparison of Protein Sequences and Practical Database Searching; Networking for the Biologist; SRS - Access to Molecular Biological Databanks and Integrated Data Analysis
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