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
    1. Adeno-associated viral vectors: depend(o)ble stability
    2. Adenovirus vectors
    3. Artificial self-assembling systems for gene therapy
    4. Cardiovascular gene therapy
    5. Control of transgene expression in mammalian cells
    6. Gene therapy I: principles and clinical applications
    7. Gene therapy II: viral vectors and treatment modalities
    8. Gene therapy in the central nervous system
    9. Gene transfer to skeletal muscle
    10. Gene transfer to the liver
    11. Gene transfer to the skin
    12. Gene transfer vectors as medicinal products: risks and benefits
    13. Hematopoietic stem cell gene therapy
    14. Immunity and tolerance induction in gene therapy
    15. Retro/lentiviral vectors
  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