Encyclopedia of Genetics, Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics

Encyclopedia of Genetics, Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics

Online ISBN: 9780470011539

DOI: 10.1002/047001153X

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  1. Bacteria and other Pathogens
  2. Basic Techniques and Approaches
  3. Comparative Analysis and Phylogeny
  4. Complex Traits and Diseases
  5. Computational Methods for High-throughput Genetic Analysis: Expression Profiling
  6. Core Methodologies
  7. Cytogenetics
  8. Epigenetics
  9. EST's: Cancer Genes and the Anatomy Project
  10. Expression Profiling
  11. Expression Proteomics
  12. Functional Proteomics
  13. Gene Finding and Gene Structure
  14. Gene Mapping
  15. Gene Therapy
  16. Genetic Medicine and Clinical Genetics
  17. Genetic Variation and Evolution
  18. Genome Assembly and Sequencing
  19. Genome Sequencing
  20. Introductory Review
  21. Mapping
  22. Mapping of Biochemical Networks
  23. Methods for Structure Analysis and Prediction
  24. Model Organisms: Functional and Comparative Genomics
  25. Modern Programming Paradigms in Biology
  26. Protein Function and Annotation
  27. Proteome Diversity
  28. Proteome Families
  29. Short Specialist Review
  30. SNPs/Haplotypes
  31. Specialist Review
    1. A complex systems approach to understand how cells control their shape and make cell fate decisions
    2. Ab initio structure prediction
    3. Acquired chromosome abnormalities: the cytogenetics of cancer
    4. Advances in cytogenetic diagnosis
    5. Advances in newborn screening for biochemical genetic disorders
    6. Algorithmic challenges in mammalian whole-genome assembly
    7. Algorithms for gene expression analysis
    8. Analysis and prediction of membrane protein structure
    9. Analyzing and reconstructing gene regulatory networks
    10. Beckwith–Wiedemann syndrome
    11. Biochemistry of protein complexes
    12. Bioconductor: software and development strategies for statistical genomics
    13. Cardiovascular gene therapy
    14. Complexity in biological structures and systems
    15. Concept of complex trait genetics
    16. Consequences of error
    17. Contextual inference of protein function
    18. Creating and hybridizing spotted DNA arrays
    19. Current approaches to molecular diagnosis
    20. Current approaches to prenatal screening and diagnosis
    21. Developmental regulation of DNA methyltransferases
    22. Differential expression with the Bioconductor Project
    23. Ensembl and UniProt (Swiss-Prot)
    24. Epigenetic variation: amount, causes, and consequences
    25. EST resources, clone sets, and databases
    26. Evolution of regulatory networks
    27. Experimental design
    28. Expression and localization of proteins in mammalian cells
    29. Farm animals
    30. Fingerprint mapping
    31. FRET-based reporters for intracellular enzyme activity
    32. FT-ICR
    33. Functional inference from probabilistic protein interaction networks
    34. Functional networks in mammalian cells
    35. Fundamentals of protein structure and function
    36. Gene mapping and the transition from STRPs to SNPs
    37. Gene mapping, imprinting, and epigenetics
    38. Gene therapy in the central nervous system
    39. Genome assembly
    40. Genome signals and assembly
    41. Genomics of enterobacteriaceae
    42. Genomics of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex and Mycobacterium leprae
    43. Geographic structure of human genetic variation: medical and evolutionary implications
    44. Glycosylation and hepatacellular carcinoma
    45. GPI anchors
    46. Haplotype mapping
    47. Hematopoietic stem cell gene therapy
    48. Hidden Markov models and neural networks
    49. Homeobox gene repertoires: implications for the evolution of diversity
    50. How to get extra performance from a chromosome: recognition and modification of the X chromosome in male Drosophila melanogaster
    51. Human X chromosome inactivation
    52. ICAT and other labeling strategies for semiquantitative LC-based expression profiling
    53. Imprinting and epigenetics in mouse models and embryogenesis: understanding the requirement for both parental genomes
    54. Imprinting at the GNAS locus and endocrine disease
    55. Imprinting in Prader–Willi and Angelman syndromes
    56. Inferring gene function and biochemical networks from protein interactions
    57. Information theory as a model of genomic sequences
    58. Integrating genotypic, molecular profiling, and clinical data to elucidate common human diseases
    59. Integrative modeling of the pancreatic β-cell
    60. Interpreting tandem mass spectra of peptides
    61. Laser-based microdissection approaches and applications
    62. Linkage mapping
    63. Mapping complex disease phenotypes
    64. Mass spectrometric data mining for protein sequences
    65. Meiosis and meiotic errors
    66. Metabolic dynamics in cells viewed as multilayered, distributed, mass-energy-information networks
    67. Metalloproteins
    68. Microarray CGH
    69. Modeling by homology
    70. Modeling human genetic history
    71. Mouse models
    72. Mouse mutagenesis and gene function
    73. Noncoding RNAs in mammals
    74. Ontologies for information retrieval
    75. Ontologies for natural language processing
    76. Ontologies for the life sciences
    77. Orbitrap mass analyzer
    78. Pair hidden Markov models
    79. Peptidases, families, and clans
    80. Pharmacogenetics and the future of medicine
    81. Population selection in complex disease gene mapping
    82. Protein arrays
    83. Protein domains
    84. Protein domains in eukaryotic signal transduction systems
    85. Protein glycosylation and renal cancer
    86. Protein phosphorylation analysis by mass spectrometry
    87. Protein–ligand docking and structure-based drug design
    88. Proteome knowledge bases in the context of cancer
    89. Quantitative EM techniques
    90. Reconstructing vertebrate phylogenetic trees
    91. Reliability and utility of single nucleotide polymorphisms for genetic association studies
    92. Reverse engineering gene regulatory networks
    93. Reverse vaccinology: a critical analysis
    94. RNA secondary structure prediction
    95. Robotics and automation
    96. Sample preparation for proteomics
    97. Score functions for structure prediction
    98. Searching for genes and biologically related signals in DNA sequences
    99. Segmental duplications and the human genome
    100. Sequencing templates – shotgun clone isolation versus amplification approaches
    101. Small molecule fluorescent probes for protein labeling and their application to cell-based imaging (including FlAsH etc.)
    102. SNPs and human history
    103. Spliced alignment
    104. Statistical methods for gene expression analysis
    105. Structural genomics – expanding protein structural universe
    106. Structure comparison and protein structure classifications
    107. Structure/function of N-glycans
    108. Structure/function of O-glycans
    109. Systematic mutagenesis of nonmammalian model species
    110. Systems biology of the heart
    111. TAMBIS: transparent access to multiple bioinformatics services
    112. Tandem mass spectrometry database searching
    113. Target selection for structural genomics
    114. The C. elegans interactome project
    115. The clinical and economic implications of pharmacogenomics
    116. The common disease common variant concept
    117. The construction and use of radiation hybrid maps in genomic research
    118. The Gene Ontology project
    119. The histone code and epigenetic inheritance
    120. The Mycoplasmas – a congruent path toward minimal life functions
    121. The nuclear genome of apicomplexan parasites
    122. The organelles of apicomplexan parasites
    123. The promise of gene signatures in cancer diagnosis and prognosis
    124. The rat as a model physiological system
    125. The yeast interactome
    126. Threading algorithms
    127. Transporter protein families
    128. Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis
    129. Unified Medical Language System and associated vocabularies
    130. Using oligonucleotide arrays
    131. Using ORESTES ESTs to mine gene cancer expression data
    132. Using photoactivatable GFPs to study protein dynamics and function
    133. YAC-STS content mapping
  32. Structural Proteomics
  33. Structuring and Integrating Data
  34. Systems Biology
  35. The Human Genome