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Title Guide to human genome computing / edited by Martin J. Bishop.
Imprint Amsterdam ; Boston : Academic Press, ©1998.
Edition 2nd ed.

Subject Human gene mapping -- Data processing.
Human gene mapping -- Computer network resources.
Nucleotide sequence -- Data processing.
Nucleotide sequence -- Computer network resources.
Genome, Human.
Chromosome Mapping -- methods.
Sequence Analysis.
Medical Informatics Computing.
Alt Name Bishop, M. J. (Martin J.)
Description 1 online resource (xiv, 306 pages) : illustrations
Edition 2nd ed.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction to human genome computing via the world wide web / Lincoln D. Stein -- Biological materials and services / Michael Rhodes, Ramnath Elaswarapu -- Managing pedigree and genotype data / Stephen P. Bryant -- Linkage analysis using affected sib-pairs / Pak Sham, Jinghua Zhao -- Comparative mapping in humans and vertebrates / Martin Bishop -- Radiation hybrid mapping / Linda McCarthy, Carol Soderlund -- Sequence ready clone maps / Carol Soderlund, Simon Gregory, Ian Dunham -- Software for human genome sequencing / Simon Dear -- Human EST sequences / Guy St C. Slater -- Prediction of human gene structure / Luciano Milanesi, Igor B. Rogozin -- Gene finding : putting the parts together / Anders Krogh -- Gene-expression databases / Duncan Davidson, Martin Ringwald, Christophe Dubreuil.
Note Print version record.
Summary The Human Genome Project is now very well advanced, and millions of dollars have been spent on research in this area. Now that the initial problems relating to generating sequence information have been addressed, attention is turning to the issues of analyzing the data, amassed on an unprecedented scale. Computing tools have become ever more powerful, and the development of databases and software to process, analyze and store huge amounts of data have been rapid. In the next decade, a representative human genome sequence will have been determined, and in the following decades the function of t.
ISBN 9780080532707 (electronic bk.)
0080532705 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 175281563
Additional Format Print version: Guide to human genome computing. 2nd ed. Amsterdam ; Boston : Academic Press, ©1998 0121020517 9780121020514 (DLC) 98014458 (OCoLC)38519087

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