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This site features a complete bioinformatics teaching curriculum: PowerPoints for an entire course taught at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and web site links organized by chapter in the new textbook, Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics. A separate resource at the Wiley Higher Education site is available to instructors. Features of the textbook This book is organized into three parts. In part I Chapters , we introduce the field of bioinformatics. Topics include access to sequence and other data, pairwise sequence alignment, BLAST and other methods of searching databases, multiple sequence alignment, and phylogeny. Part III Chapters describes the tree of life from a genomics perspective, including chapters on viruses, bacteria and archaea, and the eukaryotes.
Multiple Sequence Alignment Chapter 7: Functional Genomics: The Eukaryotic Chromosome Chapter 9: DNA Analysis: Microarrays and Next Generation Sequencing Chapter RNA Analysis: Proteomics Chapter Protein Structure Chapter Genomics Chapter The Tree of Life Chapter Viruses Chapter Bacteria and Archaea Chapter The Fungi Chapter Eukaryotic Genomes Chapter About this book The bestselling introduction to bioinformatics and functional genomics—now in an updated edition Widely received in its previous edition, Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics offers the most broad-based introduction to this explosive new discipline.
Features new to this edition include: Several fundamentally important proteins, such as globins, histones, insulin, and albumins, are included to better show how to apply bioinformatics tools to basic biological questions. A completely updated companion web site , which will be updated as new information becomes available - visit www.
A stronger focus on how bioinformatics tools are used to understand human disease. Praise for the first edition: Free Access.
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Author Bios Jonathan Pevsner received his Ph. There, he identified an odorant-binding protein in nasal secretions.
At Stanford he identified proteins that function in neurotransmitter release at nerve terminals. He began teaching bioinformatics in , and introduced a ten-week course in His lab studies the molecular basis of childhood neurological disorders including autism and Down Syndrome, and develops bioinformatics software. Free Access. Summary PDF Request permissions.
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