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Main Title Computational genetics and genomics : tools for understanding disease /
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Author Title of a Work
Peltz, Gary
Publisher Humana Press,
Year Published 2005
OCLC Number 56614619
ISBN 1588291871; 9781588291875; 1592599303; 9781592599301
Subjects Medical genetics--Mathematical models ; Genomics--Mathematical models ; Genomics--methods ; Computational Biology ; Disease Models, Animal ; Mice, Transgenic--genetics ; Bioinformatik ; Erbkrankheit ; Genanalyse ; Humangenetik ; Tiermodell ; Transgener Organismus
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Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EKBM  RB155.C595 2005 Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC 02/24/2006
Collation x, 307 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Computational biology: are we there yet? / Gary Peltz -- Statistical theory in QTL mapping / Benjamin Yakir, Anne Pisanté-Shalom, and Ariel Darvasi -- Haplotype-based computational genetic analysis in mice / Jianmei Wang and Gary Peltz -- Haplotype structure of the mouse genome / Jianmei Wang [and others] -- SNP discovery and genotyping: methods and applications / Jun Wang [and others] -- Genetic and genomic approaches to complex lung disease using mouse models / Michael J. Holtzman, Edy Y. Kim, and Jeffrey D. Morton -- Murine models of osteoporosis / Robert F. Klein -- Murine models of substance and alcohol dependence / Kim Cronise and John C. Crabbe -- Murine models of alcoholism: from QTL to gene / Chris Downing, Beth Bennett, and Thomas E. Johnson -- HLA polymorphism and disease susceptibility / -- Henry A. Erlich -- Asthma genetics: a case study / William Cookson. "Computational Genetics and Genomics: Tools for Understanding Disease surveys and assesses both currently available and powerful new computational genetic mapping methods that can be used to quickly analyze genetic models of biomedically important traits. This information provides a basis for uncovering the genetic factors regulating human disease-related traits."--BOOK JACKET.