Current Protocols in Bioinformatics

Current Protocols in Bioinformatics

Online ISBN: 9780471250951

DOI: 10.1002/0471250953

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Supplement 52, December 2015

Unit 2.16 iRegulon and i-cisTarget: Reconstructing Regulatory Networks Using Motif and Track Enrichment
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Unit 4.1 An Introduction to Genome Annotation
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Unit 5.8 Protein Structure and Function Prediction Using I-TASSER
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Unit 15.7 cgpPindel: Identifying Somatically Acquired Insertion and Deletion Events from Paired End Sequencing
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Unit 15.8 VAGrENT: Variation Annotation Generator
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Designed specifically for life scientists, Current Protocols in Bioinformatics is the number one resource for mastering the vast array of computational tools needed to not only decipher the tremendous amounts of information provided by today’s research techniques, but also to present the results in a meaningful way. From the computer-shy to the most advanced superuser, this title is a must for the modern laboratory.

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  • features step-by-step instructions for working with hundreds of applications and databases from research groups around the globe
  • shows how to select the correct software parameters, analyze data, interpret results, generate hypotheses, and advance research to new levels
  • provides detailed screenshots so researchers know exactly what they should be seeing
  • explains the basis of algorithms and statistical sampling to ensure understanding of the results and limitations
  • includes a valuable appendix on user fundamentals and a glossary of bioinformatics terms

Edited by: Alex Bateman (EMBL-EBI, Wellcome Trust Genome Campus); William R. Pearson (University of Virginia); Lincoln D. Stein (Ontario Institute for Cancer Research); Gary D. Stormo (Washington University School of Medicine); John R. Yates III (The Scripps Research Institute); Past Editors: Andreas D. Baxevanis (Bethesda, Maryland); Daniel B. Davison (Morrisville, Pennsylvania); Roderic D.M. Page (University of Glasgow); Gregory A. Petsko (Brandeis University)

Developmental Editor: Ann Boyle

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