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new notable titles on bioinformatics series on advances in bioinformatics and computational biology volume 10 bioinformatics a practical handbook of next generation sequencing and its applications edited by lloyd low perdana university centre for bioinformatics malaysia martti tammi sime darby malaysia the book is a great practical introduction … the book is highly practical with well-chosen and relevant … the exercises are highly relevant and the book covers major areas for next generation bioinformatics making it suitable for beginners but also experienced practitioners looking to try out analyses in a different domain kenneth hon kim ban mbbs phd yong loo lin school of medicine nus astar computational systems biology of synaptic plasticity modelling of biochemical pathways related to memory formation and impairment by don kulasiri yao he lincoln university new zealand this book demonstrates the power of mathematical thinking in understanding the biological

new notable titles in bioinformatics analysis of biological systems computational neuroanatomy by corrado priami melissa j morine university of trento italy the methods this book provides extensive coverage of major tools and approaches used in the modeling and simulation of molecular biological systems … the book can also be seen as a useful repository for commonly used algorithms in the field … the quarterly review of biology readership: graduate students in computer science physics mathematics or engineering or biology-related fields who want to better understand how to develop and use models of biological systems practitioners in systems biology who want to understand algorithmic modeling and algorithmic systems biology 432pp 978-1-78326-687-6 mar 2015 us$178 biological data mining and its applications in healthcare edited by xiaoli li astar singapore ntu singapore see-kiong ng astar singapore jason t l wang new jersey institute of technology usa this book

new notable titles in bioinformatics related titles biocomputing 2017 proceedings of the pacific symposium kohala coast hawaii usa 4 – 8 january 2017 textbook computational chemotaxis models for neurodegenerative disease biocomputing 2016 proceedings of the pacific symposium kohala coast hawaii usa 4 – 8 january 2016 by william e schiesser lehigh university usa edited by russ b altman tiffany a murray teri e klein stanford university usa a keith dunker indiana university usa lawrence hunter university of colorado health sciences center usa marylyn d ritchie the pennsylvania state university usa the mathematical model presented in this book based on partial differential equations pdes describing attractant-repellent chemotaxis is offered for a quantitative analysis of neurodegenerative disease nd e.g alzheimer s disease ad the model is a representation of basic phenomena mechanisms for diffusive transport and biochemical kinetics that provides the spatiotemporal

journal of bioinformatics and computational biology indexed in web of science and scoupus http synthesizing large-scale species trees using the strict consensus approach jucheol moon oliver eulenstein doi 10.1142/s0219720017400029 featured articles 2017 pass-based approach to predict hiv-1 reverse transcriptase resistance olga tarasova dmitry filimonov vladimir poroikov doi 10.1142/s0219720016500402 drug repurposing and therapeutic anti-microrna predictions for inhibition of oxidized low-density lipoprotein-induced vascular smooth muscle cell-associated diseases shun-tsung chen chien-hung huang victor c kok chi-ying f huang jinshuei ciou jeffrey j p tsai nilubon kurubanjerdjit ka-lok ng doi 10.1142/s0219720016500438 sitex 2.0 projections of protein functional sites on eukaryotic genes extension with orthologous genes irina v medvedeva pavel s demenkov vladimir a ivanisenko doi 10.1142/s021972001650044x large-scale parallel genome assembler over cloud