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
    2. Biological Databases
    3. Cheminformatics
    4. DNA Analysis
    5. Expression Patterns
    6. Finding Genes
    7. Finding Similarities and Inferring Homologies
    8. Genome Variation
    9. Modeling Structure from Sequence
    10. Molecular Modeling
    11. Pathways and Molecular Interactions
    12. Phylogenetic Trees
    13. Protein Analysis
    14. Proteomics
    15. Recognizing Functional Domains
      1. Biological Sequence Motif Discovery Using motif-x
      2. Using CisGenome to Analyze ChIP-chip and ChIP-seq Data
      3. Discovering Novel Sequence Motifs with MEME
      4. DNA Motif Databases and Their Uses
      5. Eukaryotic Gene Prediction Using GeneMark.hmm-E and GeneMark-ES
      6. Extracting Biological Meaning from Large Gene Lists with DAVID
      7. Gene Identification in Prokaryotic Genomes, Phages, Metagenomes, and EST Sequences with GeneMarkS Suite
      8. Identifying Protein Domains with the Pfam Database
      9. iRegulon and i-cisTarget: Reconstructing Regulatory Networks Using Motif and Track Enrichment
      10. Using MACS to Identify Peaks from ChIP-Seq Data
      11. Multiple Sequence Alignment Using ClustalW and ClustalX
      12. Obtaining Comparative Genomic Data with the VISTA Family of Computational Tools
      13. Phylogenomic Inference of Protein Molecular Function
      14. PipMaker: A World Wide Web Server for Genomic Sequence Alignments
      15. Protein Function Prediction: Problems and Pitfalls
      16. An Introduction to Recognizing Functional Domains
      17. The InterPro Database and Tools for Protein Domain Analysis
      18. Using CorePromoter to Find Human Core Promoters
      19. Using MUMmer to Identify Similar Regions in Large Sequence Sets
      20. Using PhyloCon to Identify Conserved Regulatory Motifs
      21. Using TESS to Predict Transcription Factor Binding Sites in DNA Sequence
      22. Using the Blocks Database to Recognize Functional Domains
      23. Using the Gibbs Motif Sampler to Find Conserved Domains in DNA and Protein Sequences
      24. Using the scan-x Web Site to Predict Protein Post-Translational Modifications
      25. Using the Structure-Function Linkage Database to Characterize Functional Domains in Enzymes
      26. Using Weeder, Pscan, and PscanChIP for the Discovery of Enriched Transcription Factor Binding Site Motifs in Nucleotide Sequences
    16. RNA Analysis
    17. Sequence Mapping and Assembly
  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

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