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Structural bioinformatics

Author: Philip E Bourne; Helge Weissig
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley-Liss, ©2003.
Series: Methods of biochemical analysis, v. 44.
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"The emerging discipline of structural bioinformatics comprises the development of computational technologies for methods of storage, retrieval, and analysis of the three-dimensional structure of biological macromolecules. Edited by Philip Bourne and Helge Weissig, this groundbreaking text provides a thorough understanding of the theories, associated algorithms, resources, and tools used in structural  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Philip E Bourne; Helge Weissig
ISBN: 0471202002 9780471202004 0471201995 9780471201991
OCLC Number: 50199108
Description: xix, 649 pages, [32] pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm.
Contents: Defining bioinformatics and structural bioinformatics / Russ B. Altman, Jonathan M. Dugan --
Fundamentals of protein structure / Eric D. Scheeff, J. Lynn Fink --
Fundamentals of DNA and RNA structure / Stephen Neidle, Bohdan Schneider, Helen M. Berman --
Computational aspects of high-throughput crystallographic macromolecular structure determination / Paul D. Adams, Ralf W. Grosse-Kunstleve, Axel T. Brunger --
Macromolecular structure determination by NMR spectroscopy / John L. Markley [and others] --
Electron microscopy / Niels Volkmann, Dorit Hanein --
Molecular visualization / John Tate --
The PDB format, mmCIF, and other data formats / John D. Westbrook, P.M.D. Fitzgerald --
The protein data bank / The PDB team --
The nucleic acid database / Helen M. Berman [and others] --
Other structure-based databases / Helge Weissig, Philip E. Bourne --
Protein structure evolution and the SCOP database / Boojala V.B. Reddy, Philip E. Bourne --
The CATH domain structure database / C.A. Orengo, F.M.G. Pearl, J.M. Thornton --
Structural quality assurance / Roman A. Laskowski --
All-atom contacts: a new approach to structure validation / Jane S. Richardson --
Structure comparison and alignment / Philip E. Bourne, Ilya N. Shindyalov --
Secondary structure assignment / Claus A.F. Andersen, Burkhard Rost --
Identifying structural domains in proteins / Lorenz Wernisch, Shoshana J. Wodak --
Inferring protein function from structure / Gail J. Bartlett, Annabel E. Todd, Janet M. Thornton --
Prediction of protein-protein interactions from evolutionary information / Alfonso Valencia, Florencio Pazos --
Electrostatic interactions / Nathan A. Baker, J. Andrew McCammon --
Principles and methods of docking and ligand design / J. Krumrine [and others] --
Structural bioinformatics in drug discovery / Eric B. Fauman, Andrew L. Hopkins, Colin R. Groom --
CASP and CAFASP experiments and their findings / Philip E. Bourne --
Homology modeling / Elmar Krieger, Sander B. Nabuurs, Gert Vriend --
Fold recognition methods / Adam Godzik --
Ab initio methods / Dylan Chivian [and others] --
Prediction in 1D: secondary structure, membrane helices, and accessibility / Burkhard Rost --
Structural genomics / Stephen K. Burley, Jeffrey B. Bonanno.
Series Title: Methods of biochemical analysis, v. 44.
Responsibility: edited by Philip E. Bourne, Helge Weissig.
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"The emerging discipline of structural bioinformatics comprises the development of computational technologies for methods of storage, retrieval, and analysis of the three-dimensional structure of biological macromolecules. Edited by Philip Bourne and Helge Weissig, this groundbreaking text provides a thorough understanding of the theories, associated algorithms, resources, and tools used in structural bioinformatics." "Readers will gain the ability to make effective use of protein, DNA, RNA, carbohydrate, and complex structures to better understand biological function. Molecular biologists, biochemists, biophysicists, and bioinformaticians in basic and clinical research, as well as undergraduate and graduate students in biology, medicine, and computer science, will find Structural Bioinformatics to be an essential addition to their professional and academic libraries."--Jacket.

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