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Main Title Bioinformatics of Genome Regulation and Structure II [electronic resource] /
Type EBOOK
Author Kolchanov, Nikolay.
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Hofestaedt, Ralf.
Milanesi, Luciano.
Publisher Springer US,
Year Published 2006
Call Number QH324.2-324.25
ISBN 9780387294551
Subjects Life sciences. ; Proteomics. ; Bioinformatics. ; Cytology. ; Biology--Data processing. ; Evolution (Biology). ; Biology--Mathematics.
Internet Access
Description Access URL
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/0-387-29455-4
Collation XIV, 560 p. online resource.
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Due to license restrictions, this resource is available to EPA employees and authorized contractors only
Contents Notes
Computational Structural, Functional and Evolutionary Genomics -- Recognition of Coding Regions in Genome Alignment -- Predicting sRNA Genes in the Genome of E. Coli by the Promoter-Search Algorithm PlatProm -- Content Sensors Based on Codon Structure and DNA Methylation for Gene Finding in Vertebrate Genomes -- The Sitega Tool for Recognition and Context Analysis of Transcription Factor Binding Sites: Significant Dinucleotide Features Besides the Canonical Consensus Exemplified By SF-1 Binding Site -- Transcription Regulatory Regions Database (TRRD): A Source of Experimentally Confirmed Data on Transcription Regulatory Regions of Eukaryotic Genes -- Artsite Database: Comparison of In Vitro Selected and Natural Binding Sites of Eukaryotic Transcription Factors -- Comparative Analysis of Electrostatic Patterns for Promoter and Nonpromoter DNA in E. Coli Genome -- Analysis of Nucleosome Formation Potential and Conformational Properties of Human J1-J2 and D2-D1 Type Alpha Satellite DNA -- VMM: A Variable Memory Markov Model Prediction of Nucleosome Formation Sites -- DNA Nucleosome Organization of the Promoter Gene Regions -- A Toolbox for Analysis of RNA Secondary Structure Based on Genetic Algorithm -- Comparative Genomics and Evolution of Bacterial Regulatory Systems -- Comparative Whole Genome Sequence Analysis of Corynebacteria -- New LTR Retrotransposable Elements from Eukaryotic Genomes -- A Genome-Wide Identification of Mitochondrial DNA Topoisomerase I in Arabidopsis -- Change in CpG Context is a Leading Cause of Correlation between the Rates of Non-Synonymous and Synonymous Substitutions in Rodents -- Universal Seven-Cluster Structure of Genome Fragment Distribution: Basic Symmetry in Triplet Frequencies -- New Methods to Infer DNA Function from Sequence Information -- Revelation and Classification of Dinucleotide Periodicity of Bacterial Genomes Using the Method of Information Decomposition -- Algorithms to Reconstruct Evolutionary Events at Molecular Level and Infer Species Phylogeny -- Computational Structural and Functional Proteomics -- Mining from Complete Proteomes to Identify Adhesins and Adhesin-Like Proteins: A Rapid Aid to Experimental Researchers -- Central Moments Based Statistical Analysis for the Determination of Functional Sites in Proteins with Thematics -- Amino Acids Surface Patterns in Protein Domain Functionality Analysis -- Computer Simulations of Anionic Unsaturated Lipid Bilayer-A Suitable Model to Study Membrane Interactions with A Cell-Penetrating Peptide -- The Role of Water in Homeodomain-DNA Interaction -- Molecular Modeling of Human MT1 and MT2 Melatonin Receptors -- Molecular Dynamics of Small Peptides Using Ergodic Trajectories -- A Periodical Nature of 94 Protein Families -- Prediction of Contact Numbers of Amino Acid Residues Using a Neural Network Model -- Fastprot: A Computational Workbench for Recognition of the Structural and Functional Determinants in Protein Tertiary Structures -- A Markov Model for Protein Sequences -- Proteome Complexity Measures Based on Counting of Domain-to-Protein Links for Replicative and Non-Replicative Domains -- Computational System Biology -- A Software Architecture for Developmental Modeling in Plants: The Computable Plant Project -- Prediction and Alignment of Metabolic Pathways -- General Principles of Organization and Laws of Functioning in Governing Gene Networks -- From Gradients to Stripes: A Logical Analysis of Drosophila Segmentation Genetic Network -- Self-Oscillations in Hypothetical Gene Networks -- Periodic Trajectories and Andronov-Hopf Bifurcations in Models of Gene Networks -- On the Problem of Search for Stationary Points in Regulatory Circuits of Gene Networks -- Modeling of Gene Expression by the Delay Equation -- AGNS-A Database on Expression of Arabidopsis Genes -- Study of the Interactions between Viral and Human Genomes During Transformation of B Cells with Epstein-Barr Virus -- Probing Gene Expression: Sequence-Specific Hybridization on Microarrays -- Determination of the Developmental Age of a Drosophila Embryo from Confocal Images of its Segmentation Gene Expression Patterns -- Biomolecular Data and Processes Analysis -- Topical Clustering of Biomedical Abstracts by Self-Organizing Maps -- Software for Analysis of Gene Regulatory Sequences by Knowledge Discovery Methods -- A Mathematical Model of the Discontinuous Genetic Structures Fixation Process. Bioinformatics of Genome Regulation and Structure presents selected papers from the Fourth International Conference on Bioinformatics of Genome Regulation and Structure (BGRS), held in Novosibirsk, Russia, in July 2004. The conference was organized by the Laboratory of Theoretical Genetics, Institute of Cytology and Genetics, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia. The material covers the most recent topics in bioinformatics, including (i) regulatory genomic sequences: databases, knowledge bases, computer analysis, modeling, and recognition; (ii) large-scale genome analysis and functional annotation; (iii) gene structure detection and prediction; (iv) comparative and evolutionary genomics; (v) computer analysis of genome polymorphism and evolution; computer analysis and modeling of transcription, splicing, and translation; structural computational biology: structure- function organization of genomic DNA, RNA, and proteins; (vi) gene networks, signal transduction pathways, and genetically controlled metabolic pathways: databases, knowledge bases, computer analysis, and modeling; principles of organization, operation, and evolution; (vii) data warehousing, knowledge discovery and data mining; and (viii) analysis of basic patterns of genome operation, organization, and evolution. Bioinformatics of Genome Regulation and Structure will be useful for scientists involved in basic and applied research in the field of experimental and theoretical studies of structure-function organization of genomes, university teachers and students, and mathematicians and biologists.