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Post-genome Informatics

  •  ISBN-10 0-19-850326-1

  •  ISBN-13 978-0-19-850326-2

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publication info   M. Kanehisa, ed., Oxford University Press, 2000, 160 pp., soft cover
mfr. no.   Oxford University Press

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New DNA and protein chip technologies rapidly produce functional data about genes. But there is a huge gap between information at the molecular level and at the level of integrated biological systems. This book addresses this gap. It is the analysis of biological functions in terms of the network of interacting molecules and genes with the aim of understanding how a biological system is organized from its individual building blocks. It contains computational technologies relevant to molecular sequence analysis.

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1. Blueprint of life
2. Molecular biology databases
2.1. Historical background
2.2. Informatics technologies
2.3. New generation of molecular biology databases
3. Sequence analysis of nucleic acids and proteins
3.1. Similarity search
3.2. Prediction of structures and functions
4. Network analysis of molecular interactions
4.1. Network representation and computation
4.2. Principles of biochemical networks
Appendix. Methods in computational molecular biology--Bibliography
1. Sequence analysis I. Sequence alignment
2. Sequence analysis II. Sequence features
3. Structure analysis
4. Network analysis

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