An introductory text for the undergraduate, graduate or professional, this book provides scientists with both a biological framework to understand the questions life scientists confront in the context of the computational issues and tools that are currently available for scientific research. It also provides the life scientist with a resource to the various computational tools that are available all supported with their underlying mathematical foundations.Proteins are composed of 20 different amino acids, and the first question regarding the code is aquot;How many nucleotides are required to specify one amino acid in a protein sequence?aquot; This question led to the concept of the coding ratio: numberanbsp;...
|Title||:||Introduction to Bioinformatics|
|Author||:||Stephen A. Krawetz|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2003-01-31|