As computational methods continue to be used in biological
research, this interdisciplinary handbook emerges as the first of its
scale and caliber to systematically describe foundational concepts, techniques,
and challenges distinctive to biomolecular sequence analysis, biopolymer
structure analysis and prediction, as well as genomic analysis and evolution.
This comprehensive book covers terminology, software, and applications
of computational biology with academic-level precision. It provides clearly
written yet authoritative descriptions of methods and practical examples
of their use supported by 975 scholarly works cited.
Hardcover, 581 pages;
September 1, 2004; CRC