3 edition of Comparative genomics found in the catalog.
RECOMB-CG 2008 (2008 Paris, France)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||RECOMB-CG 2008|
|Statement||Craig E. Nelson, Stephane Vialette (eds.).|
|Series||Lecture notes in bioinformatics -- 5267|
|Contributions||Nelson, Craig E., Vialette, Stéphane.|
|LC Classifications||QH447 .R44 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||2008936578|
The book discusses the methodology of comparative genomics, using information from different organisms to deduce information about unknown sequences. There is a comprehensive chapter on structure prediction, covering both RNA and protein. Abstracts. Altered Hippocampal Epigenetic Regulation Underlying Reduced Cognitive Development in Response to Early Life Environmental Insults. Laboratory of Comparative Genomics. West Gregory Drive & ERML Urbana, IL Incubator Lab Facility.
Andersen, M. R. et al. Comparative genomics of citric-acid-producing Aspergillus niger ATCC versus enzyme-producing CBS Genome Res. 21, – (). CASAuthor: Inge Kjærbølling, Tammi Vesth, Jens C. Frisvad, Jane L. Nybo, Sebastian Theobald, Sara Kildgaard, Th. GeneNoteBook is specifically geared toward comparative genomics, since it is designed to store multiple genomes. We have successfully used GeneNoteBook for the comparison of several plants from the genera Parasponia and Trema to study the Cited by: 1.
Comparative genomics is a growing field in computational biology, and one of its typical problem is the identification of sets of orthologous genes that have virtually the same function in several. This chapter describes the approaches and results of comparative genomic analysis of Deinococcaceae with an emphasis on stress response systems and their impact on contemporary models of extreme ionizing radiation (IR) resistance. Clusters of orthologous genes (COGs) are the most useful framework for comparative genomics. Researchers assigned the proteins of D. deserti to tdCOGs, which has Cited by: 8.
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This volume provides broad coverage of computational and mathematical techniques and concepts related to the field of comparative genomics. The topics covered in the chapters range from those concerned with general techniques and concepts that apply to all organisms to others that are more specialized, covering specific biological systems such as viruses, Drosophila, and Homo sapiens.
The impact of comparative genomics on our understanding of evolution Efforts toward developing novel antimicrobial drugs, through the use of bacterial pathogen genomes. Ultimately, future breakthroughs in comparative genomics will depend upon the continued interaction and interdependency of applied and basic : CRC Press.
Comparative Genomics Opscan Ortholog Calling to Synteny with iAdhore. Opscan is a software that will call orthologous genes between two sets of genes, a prerequisite for constructing synteny between species.
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Comparative Genomics. Comparative Genomics is a collection of robust protocols for molecular biologists beginning to use comparative genomic analysis tools in a variety of. Introduction. Comparative genomics is the field of bioinformatics that involves comparing the genomes of two different species, or of two different strains of the same species.
One of the first questions to ask when comparing the genomes of two species is: do the two species Comparative genomics book the same number of genes (ie. the same gene content)?Since all life on earth shared a common ancestor at some. The book is intended for researchers new to the field, i.e., advanced undergraduate students, postgraduates and postdoctoral fellows, although professional researchers who are not in the area of comparative genomics will also find the book informative.
Comparative Genomics is a collection of robust protocols for molecular biologists beginning to use comparative genomic analysis tools in a variety of areas.
The three chapters that are available on the Bookshelf describe National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) resources available to the public, two of which are based on the NCBI Mini-Courses.
Comparative Genomics. Comparative genomics is playing major role in extracting useful information from biological sequences. One important aspect of comparative genomics is the comparison of proteomes (the complete protein set) of two or more organisms.
In addition, it involves the comparison of gene locations, relative gene order, and regulation. This comprehensive reference covers the comparative methodology involved in studying molecular evolution.
Providing a practical introduction to the role of bioinformatics in comparative genomics, this publication further discusses the basic technology used in genome sequencing projects and provides an overview of genome storage databases currently in use.
This book provides an overview of computational analysis of genes and genomes, and of some most notable findings that come out of this work. Foundations of Comparative Genomics presents a historical perspective, beginning with early analysis of individual gene sequences, to present day comparison of gene repertoires encoded by completely sequenced by: Comparative Genomics In comparative genomics one can: Compare the genome sequence of different species to study what distinguishes different life forms from each other at the molecular level.
Study evolutionary changes among organisms; Identify conserved or common genes among Species; Study the genes that are responsible for specific and unique. With the availability of complete sequences for a number of organisms, comparative analysis becomes an invaluable tool for understanding genomes.
Complete genomes allow for global views and multiple genomes increase predictive power. In Kellis et al. () we used a comparative genomics approach to systematically discover the full set of conservedCited by: 9. The impact of comparative genomics on our understanding of evolution Efforts toward developing novel antimicrobial drugs, through the use of bacterial pathogen genomes Ultimately, future breakthroughs in comparative genomics will depend upon the continued interaction and interdependency of applied and basic research.
This book provides an overview of computational analysis of genes and genomes, and of some most notable findings that come out of this work. Foundations of Comparative Genomics presents a historical perspective, beginning with early analysis of individual gene sequences, to present day comparison of gene repertoires encoded by completely.
Comparative Genomics RECOMB International Workshop, RCGDublin, Ireland, September, Proceedings. Editors: McLysaght, Aoife, Huson, Daniel H.
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ASM Press, Washington, DC. doi: /ch2Cited by: Comparative Genomics, Volume 1, contains the first four of seven sections. In the first section, the reader is introduced to genomes via a number of visualization tools that allow one to browse through a particular genome of interest.
This book provides an evolutionary conceptual framework for comparative genomics, with the ultimate objective of understanding the loss and gain of genes during evolution, the interactions among gene products, and the relationship between genotype, phenotype and the environment.
In this book, expert contributors from around the world comprehensively review the current advances in Plasmodium comparative genomics, highlighting the fascinating new insights into parasite evolution and molecular biology that have ensued. Topics include: Plasmodium taxonomy and phylogeny * the apicomplexan genomic landscape * the "art" of.
This book is devoted to the principles, methods and some achievements of computational comparative genomics, which has shaped up as a separate discipline only in the last years. Its beginnings have been modest, with only the genome sequences of viruses and organelles determined in the ’s. CoGe is a platform for performing Comparative Genomics research.
It provides an open-ended network of interconnected tools to manage, analyze, and visualize next-gen data. Search for organisms and get an overview of their genomic make-up. Visualize genomes and experiments using a dynamic, interactive genome browser. The book is intended for researchers new to the field, i.e., advanced undergraduate students, postgraduates and postdoctoral fellows, although professional researchers who are not in the area of comparative genomics will also find the book : Springer Berlin Heidelberg.Comparative Genomics and Proteomics in Drug Discovery gives an overview of how emerging genomic and proteomic technologies are making significant contributions to global drug discovery programs, and in particular the key role that comparative genomics and proteomics play within this strategy.
Each chapter is written by respected authorities, with hands-on experience, from both academic and.