Current Protocols in Bioinformatics

Current Protocols in Bioinformatics

Online ISBN: 9780471250951

DOI: 10.1002/0471250953

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  1. Bioinformatics
  2. Bioinformatics
    1. Bioinformatics Fundamentals
      1. Access Guide to Human Proteinpedia
      2. Administering GBrowse Sites with WebGBrowse
      3. An Introduction to Hidden Markov Models
      4. An Introduction to Sequence Similarity (“Homology”) Searching
      5. An Overview of Gene Identification: Approaches, Strategies, and Considerations
      6. Analysis of Expression Data: An Overview
      7. BEDTools: The Swiss-Army Tool for Genome Feature Analysis
      8. Biological Network Exploration with Cytoscape 3
      9. Cloud Computing with iPlant Atmosphere
      10. Creating Databases for Biological Information: An Introduction
      11. Finding Similar Nucleotide Sequences Using Network BLAST Searches
      12. Glossary of Bioinformatics Terms
      13. Installing, Maintaining, and Using a Local Copy of BLAST for Intranet and Workstation Use
      14. Introduction to Cheminformatics
      15. Introduction to Comparing Large Sequence Sets
      16. Introduction to Inferring Evolutionary Relationships
      17. IUPAC/IUB Single-Letter Codes Within Nucleic Acid and Amino Acid Sequences
      18. Next Generation Sequence Assembly with AMOS
      19. Searching NCBI's dbSNP Database
      20. Selecting the Right Similarity-Scoring Matrix
      21. Sequence File Format Conversion with Command-Line Readseq
      22. Setting Up the JBrowse Genome Browser
      23. The Gene Ontology (GO) Project: Structured Vocabularies for Molecular Biology and Their Application to Genome and Expression Analysis
      24. The Importance of Biological Databases in Biological Discovery
      25. The UCSC Genome Browser
      26. Unix Survival Guide
      27. You have free access to this content
        Using Cloud Computing Infrastructure with CloudBioLinux, CloudMan, and Galaxy
      28. Using EMBL-EBI Services via Web Interface and Programmatically via Web Services
      29. Using the Ensembl Genome Server to Browse Genomic Sequence Data
      30. Using MEMo to Discover Mutual Exclusivity Modules in Cancer
      31. Using the iPlant Collaborative Discovery Environment
      32. Using the Saccharomyces Genome Database (SGD) for Analysis of Genomic Information
      33. Using the Wash U Epigenome Browser to Examine Genome-Wide Sequencing Data
      34. X Window System Survival Guide
    2. Biological Databases
    3. Cheminformatics
    4. DNA Analysis
    5. Expression Patterns
    6. Finding Genes
    7. Finding Similarities and Inferring Homologies
    8. Modeling Structure from Sequence
    9. Molecular Modeling
    10. Phylogenetic Trees
    11. Protein Analysis
    12. Proteomics
    13. Recognizing Functional Domains
    14. RNA Analysis
  3. Cell Biology
  4. Chemical Biology
  5. Gene Expression
  6. Genetics and Genomics
  7. Genetics and Genomics
  8. Intermolecular Interactions
  9. Intermolecular Interactions
  10. Microbiology
  11. Molecular Biology
  12. Nucleic Acid Chemistry
  13. Pharmacology and Drug Discovery
  14. Protein Production, Purification, and Analysis
  15. Proteomics
  16. RNA
  17. Structural Analysis of Biomolecules
  18. Supporting Lab Techniques