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.
Biocomputing, 1st Edition
, 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.