Bioinformatics : A Practical Guide to the Analysis of Genes and Proteins
by Andreas Baxevanis (Editor), B.F.Francis Ouellette (Editor)
John Wiley & Sons
4th Printing edition (July 1998)
Presents fourteen chapters on tools and databases used in bioinformatics, loosely defined as the intersection of molecular and computational biology. With the goal of helping the reader design and implement a successful sequence analysis strategy, topics covered include: using software and Internet resources, submitting DNA sequences to databases, information retrieval from databases, phylogenetic analysis, a database for genome information called ACeDB, and practical aspects of multiple sequence alignment. Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR
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