By Frank Eisenhaber
This anthology provides severe stories of equipment and high-impact functions in computational biology that bring about effects that non-bioinformaticians also needs to be aware of to layout effective experimental learn plans. getting to know Biomolecular Mechanisms with Computational Biology explores the technique of translating series strings into organic wisdom and considers exemplary groundbreaking effects similar to unforeseen enzyme discoveries. This ebook additionally summarizes non-trivial theoretical predictions for regulatory and metabolic networks that experience acquired experimental affirmation.
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