Fully revised and updated, the fourth edition of Introduction to Bioinformatics contains two new No preview available – Arthur M. Lesk is Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at The Pennsylvania State University, USA. Introduction to Bioinformatics is a timely and much-needed textbook which provides an accessible and As a pioneer of the use of bioinformatics techniques in research, Dr Lesk brings unrivalled experience No preview available – Lesk provides an accessible and thorough introduction to a subject which is becoming a Oxford University Press, – Bioinformatics – pages.
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Introduction to Bioinformatics
Furthermore, frequent examples, self-test questions, problems, and exercises are incorporated throughout the text to encourage self-directed learning. A very good introductory textbook in bioinformatics. This text describes how bioinformatics can be used as a powerful Table of Contents 1: A vast amount of biological information about a wide range of species has become available in recent years as technological advances have significantly reduced the time it takes to sequence introvuction genome or determine a novel protein structure.
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The increase in the reliance upon bioinformatics in current research has made it essential fortraining in these skills to become an integral part of current science education. Introduction to Bioinformatics Arthur Lesk No preview available – Introduction to Bioinformatics Arthur Lesk No preview available – Description About the Author s Table of Contents Reviews Additional Resources Description Introduction to Bioinformatics provides friendly guidance and advice on how to use a range of computational methods and techniques for retrieving and analysing biological data.
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Review from previous edition An essential textbook for undergraduate students who are interested in a comprehensive introduction to the multidisciplinary field of bioinformatics.
Frequent examples, self-test questions, problems, and exercises are incorporated throughout the text to encourage bioinformafics learning. The aim of the book is to generate an understanding of the biological background of bioinformatics, and to integrate this with an introduction to the useof computational skills. Frequent examples, self-test questions, problems, and exercises are incorporated throughout the text to encourage self-directed learning.
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Introduction to Bioinformatics – Paperback – Arthur Lesk – Oxford University Press
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