Table of contents for Bioinformatics : a practical guide to the analysis of genes and proteins / [edited by] Andreas D. Baxevanis, B.F. Francis Ouellette.

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Foreword.  Preface.  Contributors. Bioinformatics and the Internet (A. Baxevanis).  The NCBI Data Model (J. Ostell, et al.).  The GenBank Sequence Database (I. Karsch-Mizrachi & B. Ouellette).  Submitting DNA Sequences to the Databases (J. Kans & B. Ouellette).  Structure Databases (C. Hogue).  Genomic Mapping and Mapping Databases (P. White & T. Matise).  Information Retrieval from Biological Databases (A. Baxevanis).  Sequence Alignment and Database Searching (G. Schuler).  Creation and Analysis of Protein Multiple Sequence Alignments (G. Barton).  Predictive Methods Using DNA Sequences (A. Baxevanis).  Predictive Methods Using Protein Sequences (S. Banerjee-Basu & A. Baxevanis).  Expressed Sequence Tags (ESTs) (T. Wolfsberg & D. Landsman).  Sequence Assembly and Finishing Methods (R. Staden, et al.).  Phylogenetic Analysis (F. Brinkman & D. Leipe).  Comparative Genome Analysis (M. Galperin & E. Koonin).  Large-Scale Genome Analysis (P. Meltzer).  Using Perl to Facilitate Biological Analysis (L. Stein).  Glossary.  Index. 

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Nucleotide sequence Databases, Amino acid sequence Databases, Genes Analysis Data processing, Proteins Analysis Data processing