Protein Analysis Books

  • Genetics: A Laboratory Manual

    Students will learn the experimental aspects of genetics through 15 three-hour laboratory exercises with plant and animal organisms. Each exercise consists of background information, a materials list, a step-by-step procedure, and study questions. Learning objectives include an understanding of chromosomes and the physical properties of DNA, ...

  • Application of modern analytical techiques to ensure seafood safety and authenticity (English)

    Series: FAO Fisheries Technical PapersThis paper is intended to provide an overview of the application of some analytical techniques to ensure seafood safety and authenticity. The first part examines traditional and modern methods for the detection and typing of agents implicated in seafood-borne diseases. Immunological analyses, molecular biology ...

  • Bioinformatics

    Bioinformatics is a relatively new field of research. It evolved from the requirement to process, characterize, and apply the information being produced by DNA sequencing technology. The production of DNA sequence data continues to grow exponentially. At the same time, improved bioinformatics such as faster DNA sequence search methods have been ...

  • Molecular Biology and Biotechnology of Plant Organelles

    Plant organelles have intrigued biologists since the discovery of their endosymbiontic origin and maternal inheritance. The first application of organelle biotechnology was the role of cytoplasmic male sterility in hybrid seed production and 'Green Revolution'. In modern times, plant organelles are again leading the way for the creation of ...

  • Algorithms in Bioinformatics

    This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Algorithms in Bioinformatics, WABI 2004, held in Bergen, Norway, in September 2004.The 39 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 117 submissions. Among the topics addressed are all current issues of algorithms in bioinformatics, ...

  • Mass Spectrometry Data Analysis in Proteomics

    Mass Spectrometry Data Analysis in Proteomics is an in-depth guide to the theory and practice of analyzing raw mass spectrometry (MS) data in proteomics. As MS is a high throughput technique, proteomic researchers must attend carefully to the associated field of data analysis, and this volume outlines available bioinformatics programs, ...

  • Protein-protein Interactions and Networks

    The biological interactions of living organisms, and protein-protein interactions in particular, are astonishingly diverse and present numerous challenges to modern biomolecular research because of their complexity. Analysis of patterns and principles governing these interactions has prompted a rapid development of computational methods to ...

  • Introduction to Bioinformatics

    Introduction to Bioinformatics: A Theoretical and Practical Approach was written as an introductory text for the undergraduate, graduate, or professional. This text provides scientists with both a biological framework to understand the questions life scientist confront in the context of the computational issues and tools that are currently ...

  • Clinical Bioinformatics

    With the ever-increasing volume of information in clinical medicine, researchers and health professionals need computer-based storage, processing and dissemination. In 'Clinical Bioinformatics', leading experts in the field provide a series of articles focusing on software applications used to translate information into outcomes of clinical ...

  • Principles of Protein X-Ray Crystallography

    X-ray crystallography has long been a vital method for studying the structure of proteins and other macromolecules. As the importance of proteins continues to grow, in fields from biochemistry and biophysics to pharmaceutical development and biotechnology, many researchers have found that a knowledge of X-ray diffraction is an indispensable tool. ...

  • Bioinformatics Methods in Clinical Research

    Integrated bioinformatics solutions have become increasingly valuable in past years, as technological advances have allowed researchers to consider the potential of omics for clinical diagnosis, prognosis, and therapeutic purposes, and as the costs of such techniques have begun to lessen. In Bioinformatics Methods in Clinical Research, experts ...

  • Permafrost Soils

    Vast areas of the soil ecosystem are permanently frozen or are unfrozen for only a few weeks in summer. Permafrost soils are of global interest since a significant increase in temperature is predicted for polar regions.This volume summarizes recent knowledge on various aspects of permafrost and permafrost-affected soils, including typical ...

  • Grid Computing in Life Science

    This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed postproceedings of the First International Life Science Grid Workshop, LSGRID 2004, held in Kanazawa, Japan in May/ June 2004.The 10 revised full papers and 5 invited papers presented were carefully selected and went through two rounds of reviewing and revision. Among the topics addressed are grid ...

  • Neutrons in Biology

    Neutron Sources: Neutron Facilities; Past, Present and Future (abstract only) D. Price. The NIST NBSR and Cold Neutron Research Facility; J. Rush. Neutron Instrumentations: High Precision Thermal Neutron Detectors; V. Radeka, et al. Neutron Scattering in Australia; R. Knott. Small Angle Scattering: Neutron Scattering Studies on Chromatin ...

  • Practical Bioinformatics

    The book is unique in that it bridges the gap between bioinformaticists and molecular biologists, i.e. the developers and the users of computational methods for biological data analysis and in that it presents examples of practical applications of the bioinformatics tools in the 'daily practice' of an experimental research scientist. The book ...

  • Bioinformatics

    Not only is the quantity of life science data expanding, but new types of biological data continue to be introduced as a result of technological development and a growing understanding of biological systems. Methods for analyzing these data are an increasingly important component of modern biological research. In Bioinformatics, leading ...

  • Computational Methods for Protein Structure Prediction and Modeling

    Volume one of this two volume sequence focuses on the basic characterization of known protein structures as well as structure prediction from protein sequence information. The 11 chapters provide an overview of the field, covering key topics in modeling, force fields, classification, computational methods, and struture prediction. Each chapter is ...

  • Subcellular Proteomics

    This volume summarizes the new developments that made subcellular proteomics a rapidly expanding area. Recent success stories demonstrated that the combination of subcellular prefractionation methods with proteomic analysis is a very potent approach to simplify complex protein extracts from cells or tissues and to detect low abundance proteins. It ...

  • Proteome Research

    Proteomics is a multifaceted, interdisciplinary field which studies the complexity and dynamics of proteins in biological systems. It combines powerful separation and analytical technology with advanced informatics to understand the function of proteins in the cell and in the body. This book provides a clear conceptual description of each facet of ...

  • Structural Proteomics

    Structural genomics is a newly emerging field that has arisen following the successful footsteps of the major sequencing efforts generally bundled under the heading 'genomics'. In Structural Proteomics: High Throughput Methods, readers are provided with a current view of all aspects of the 'pipeline' that takes protein targets to structures and ...

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