Informatics and Genome ProjectsEdited by
- Douglas Smith, University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, U.S.A.
The results of today's genome projects promise enormous medical and agricultural benefits and point to a new predictive approach to the conduct of future research in biology. Biocomputing: Informatics and Genome Projects represents a survey of the needs and objectives of genome projects as of the early 1990's. It provides the groundwork necessary to understand genome-related informatics, including computational and database storage objectives. The book covers four general areas: automated laboratory notebooks, nucleic acid sequence analysis, protein structure, and database activities.
Researchers in molecular biology, genetics, biotechnology, immunology, and neuroscience.
Hardbound, 336 Pages
Published: December 1993
Imprint: Academic Press
- D.W. Smith, Introduction.S.P. Clark, G.A. Evans, and H.R. Garner, Informatics and Automation Used in Physical Mapping of the Genome.D.W. Smith, J. Jorgensen, J.P. Greenberg, J. Keller, J. Rogers, H.R. Garner, and L.T. Eyck, Supercomputers, Parallel Processing, and Genome Projects.S. Henikoff, Comparative Sequence Analysis: Finding Genes.A.K. Knopka, Sequence and Codes: Fundamentals of Biomolecular Cryptology.C. Wills, Phylogenetic Analysis and Molecular Evolution.B.I. Cohen and F.E. Cohen, Predictions of Protein Secondary and Tertiary Structure.K. Yoshida, C.L. Smith, and R. Overbeek, A Primer on Rapid Prototyping of Genomic Databases in Prolog.D.W. Mount and B.R. Schatz, A Genomic Database of E. coli: Total Information on a Given Organism.A.R. Galper and D.L. Brutlag, Computational Simulations of Biological Systems.Index.