Computational Molecular Biology: An Algorithmic Approach by Pavel A. Pevzner
By Pavel A. Pevzner
In one of many first significant texts within the rising box of computational molecular biology, Pavel Pevzner covers a huge variety of algorithmic and combinatorial subject matters and exhibits how they're attached to molecular biology and to biotechnology. The ebook has a considerable "computational biology with no formulation" part that provides the organic and computational rules in a comparatively uncomplicated demeanour. This makes the cloth available to machine scientists with out organic education, in addition to to biologists with restricted historical past in laptop technology. Computational Molecular Biology sequence: desktop technological know-how and arithmetic are reworking molecular biology from an informational to a computational technology. Drawing on computational, statistical, experimental, and technological equipment, the hot self-discipline of computational molecular biology is dramatically expanding the invention of latest applied sciences and instruments for molecular biology. the hot MIT Press Computational Molecular Biology series presents a distinct venue for the fast e-book of monographs, textbooks, edited collections, reference works, and lecture notes of the very best quality.
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