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
    1. 2-D Difference Gel Electrophoresis – an accurate quantitative method for protein analysis
    2. A brief Perl tutorial for bioinformatics
    3. Algorithms for sequence errors
    4. Analysis of N- and O-linked glycans of glycoproteins
    5. Arraying proteins and antibodies
    6. Attacking performance bottlenecks
    7. Basic techniques for the use of reverse phase protein microarrays for signal pathway profiling
    8. Bioinformatics and the identification of imprinted genes in mammals
    9. Bioluminescence resonance energy transfer
    10. Brief Python tutorial for bioinformatics
    11. Cancer genetics
    12. Classification of proteins by clustering techniques
    13. Classification of proteins by sequence signatures
    14. Cluster architecture
    15. Comparative genomic hybridization
    16. Computation of LOD scores
    17. Computational motif discovery
    18. Control of transgene expression in mammalian cells
    19. Cytogenetic analysis of lymphomas
    20. Data collection and analysis in systems biology
    21. Description logics: OWL and DAML + OIL
    22. Dynamic programming for gene finders
    23. Electron microscopy as a tool for 3D structure determination in molecular structural biology
    24. EST clustering: a short tutorial
    25. Familial adenomatous polyposis
    26. FISH
    27. Frame-based systems: Protégé
    28. Gene structure prediction by genomic sequence alignment
    29. Gene transfer to skeletal muscle
    30. Gene transfer to the liver
    31. Gene transfer to the skin
    32. Genetic counseling process
    33. Genetic family history, pedigree analysis, and risk assessment
    34. Genetic testing and genotype–phenotype correlations
    35. Genome maps and their use in sequence assembly
    36. Getting the most out of protein family classification resources
    37. Glycoproteomics
    38. Glycosylphosphatidylinositol anchors – a structural perspective
    39. Graphs and metrics
    40. Grid technologies
    41. Handling membrane proteins
    42. Human sperm–FISH for identifying potential paternal risk factors for chromosomally abnormal reproductive outcomes
    43. Immunofluorescent labeling and fluorescent dyes
    44. IMPALA/RPS-BLAST/PSI-BLAST in protein sequence analysis
    45. Improvement of sequence coverage in peptide mass fingerprinting
    46. Large error models for microarray intensities
    47. Making nanocolumns and tips
    48. Manufacturing EST libraries
    49. Mass spectrometry
    50. Measuring variation in natural populations: a primer
    51. Mechanisms of inheritance
    52. MS-based methods for identification of 2-DE-resolved proteins
    53. NMR
    54. Polymorphism and sequence assembly
    55. Prenatal aneuploidy screening
    56. Protein phosphorylation analysis – a primer
    57. Quantitative image analysis and the Open Microscopy Environment
    58. Relational databases in bioinformatics
    59. Relevance networks
    60. Repeatfinding
    61. SAGE
    62. Sample preparation for MALDI and electrospray
    63. Signal peptides and protein localization prediction
    64. siRNA approaches in cell biology
    65. Support vector machine software
    66. Techniques for ion dissociation (fragmentation) and scanning in MS/MS
    67. Techniques in genomic imprinting research
    68. The microdeletion syndromes
    69. The physical examination in clinical genetics
    70. The use of external controls in microarray experiments
    71. Transmembrane topology prediction
    72. Tutorial on protein fingerprinting
    73. Tutorial on tandem mass spectrometry database searching
    74. Carrier screening: a tutorial
    75. Gene identification in common disorders: a tutorial
    76. Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis (2-DE)
    77. UPD in human and mouse and role in identification of imprinted loci
    78. Uses of databases
    79. Using UniGene, STACK, and TIGR indices
    80. X-ray crystallography
    81. 2-D Difference Gel Electrophoresis – an accurate quantitative method for protein analysis
    82. A brief Perl tutorial for bioinformatics
    83. Algorithms for sequence errors
    84. Analysis of N- and O-linked glycans of glycoproteins
    85. Arraying proteins and antibodies
    86. Attacking performance bottlenecks
    87. Basic techniques for the use of reverse phase protein microarrays for signal pathway profiling
    88. Bioinformatics and the identification of imprinted genes in mammals
    89. Bioluminescence resonance energy transfer
    90. Brief Python tutorial for bioinformatics
    91. Cancer genetics
    92. Classification of proteins by clustering techniques
    93. Classification of proteins by sequence signatures
    94. Cluster architecture
    95. Comparative genomic hybridization
    96. Computation of LOD scores
    97. Computational motif discovery
    98. Control of transgene expression in mammalian cells
    99. Cytogenetic analysis of lymphomas
    100. Data collection and analysis in systems biology
    101. Description logics: OWL and DAML + OIL
    102. Dynamic programming for gene finders
    103. Electron microscopy as a tool for 3D structure determination in molecular structural biology
    104. EST clustering: a short tutorial
    105. Familial adenomatous polyposis
    106. FISH
    107. Frame-based systems: Protégé
    108. Gene structure prediction by genomic sequence alignment
    109. Gene transfer to skeletal muscle
    110. Gene transfer to the liver
    111. Gene transfer to the skin
    112. Genetic counseling process
    113. Genetic family history, pedigree analysis, and risk assessment
    114. Genetic testing and genotype–phenotype correlations
    115. Genome maps and their use in sequence assembly
    116. Getting the most out of protein family classification resources
    117. Glycoproteomics
    118. Glycosylphosphatidylinositol anchors – a structural perspective
    119. Graphs and metrics
    120. Grid technologies
    121. Handling membrane proteins
    122. Human sperm–FISH for identifying potential paternal risk factors for chromosomally abnormal reproductive outcomes
    123. Immunofluorescent labeling and fluorescent dyes
    124. IMPALA/RPS-BLAST/PSI-BLAST in protein sequence analysis
    125. Improvement of sequence coverage in peptide mass fingerprinting
    126. Large error models for microarray intensities
    127. Making nanocolumns and tips
    128. Manufacturing EST libraries
    129. Mass spectrometry
    130. Measuring variation in natural populations: a primer
    131. Mechanisms of inheritance
    132. MS-based methods for identification of 2-DE-resolved proteins
    133. NMR
    134. Polymorphism and sequence assembly
    135. Prenatal aneuploidy screening
    136. Protein phosphorylation analysis – a primer
    137. Quantitative image analysis and the Open Microscopy Environment
    138. Relational databases in bioinformatics
    139. Relevance networks
    140. Repeatfinding
    141. SAGE
    142. Sample preparation for MALDI and electrospray
    143. Signal peptides and protein localization prediction
    144. siRNA approaches in cell biology
    145. Support vector machine software
    146. Techniques for ion dissociation (fragmentation) and scanning in MS/MS
    147. Techniques in genomic imprinting research
    148. The microdeletion syndromes
    149. The physical examination in clinical genetics
    150. The use of external controls in microarray experiments
    151. Transmembrane topology prediction
    152. Tutorial on protein fingerprinting
    153. Tutorial on tandem mass spectrometry database searching
    154. Carrier screening: a tutorial
    155. Gene identification in common disorders: a tutorial
    156. Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis (2-DE)
    157. UPD in human and mouse and role in identification of imprinted loci
    158. Uses of databases
    159. Using UniGene, STACK, and TIGR indices
    160. X-ray crystallography
  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
  32. Structural Proteomics
  33. Structuring and Integrating Data
  34. Systems Biology
  35. The Human Genome

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