Computational systems bioinfomatics - Proceedings of the Conference CSB 2006
Edited by Peter Markstein and Ying Xu
Imperial College Press
These are the Proceedings of the Conference CSB 2006, Stanford CA USA August 2006.
Hardback 416 pp ISBN 9781860947001
This volume contains about 40 papers covering many of the latest developments in the fast-growing
field of bioinformatics. The contributions span a wide range of topics, including computational genomics and
genetics, protein function and computational proteomics, the transcriptome, structural bioinformatics, microarray
data analysis, motif identification, biological pathways and systems, and biomedical applications. There are also
abstracts from the keynote addresses and invited talks.
The papers cover not only theoretical aspects of bioinformatics but also delve into the application of new methods,
with input from computation, engineering and biology disciplines. This multidisciplinary approach to bioinformatics
gives these proceedings a unique viewpoint of the field.
Of interest to research and application community in bioinformatics, systems biology, medicine, pharmacology
and biotechnology. A useful reference for graduate researchers in bioinformatics and computational biology.
- Exploring the Ocean's Microbes: Sequencing the Seven Seas (M E Frazier et al.)
- Protein Network Comparative Genomics (T Ideker)
- Bioinformatics at Microsoft Research (S Mercer)
- Protein Fold Recognition Using Gradient Boost Algorithm (F Jiao et al.)
- Efficient Annotation of Non-Coding RNA Structures Including Pseudoknots via Automated Filters (C Liu et al.)
- Efficient Generalized Matrix Approximations for Biomarker Discovery and Visualization in Gene Expression Data (W Li et al.)
Sorting Genomes by Translocations and Deletions (X Qi et al.)
- Detection of Cleavage Sites for HIV-1 Protease in Native Proteins (L You)
- Identifying Biological Pathways via Phase Decomposition and Profile Extraction (Y Zhang & Z Deng)
- Complexity and Scoring Function of MS/MS Peptide De Novo Sequencing (C Xu & B Ma)
- Simulating In Vitro Epithelial Morphogenesis in Multiple Environments (M R Grant et al.)
and many other papers.
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