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Introduction to Bioinformatics

By: Teresa K Attwood and David J Parry-Smith
218 pages, Illus, tabs
Introduction to Bioinformatics
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  • Introduction to Bioinformatics ISBN: 9780582327887 Paperback Mar 1999 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Provides an ideal guide to bioinformatics for newcomers in the field, focusing on two key areas: genomic and protein sequence analysis.

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1. Introduction. 2. Information Networks. 3. Protein Information Resources. 4. Genome Information Resources. 5. DNA Sequence Analysis. 6. Pairwise Alignment Techniques. 7. Multiple Sequence Analysis. 8. Secondary Database Searching. 9. Building a Sequence Search Protocol. 10. Analysis Packages. Glossary.

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By: Teresa K Attwood and David J Parry-Smith
218 pages, Illus, tabs
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