Principles of Computational Cell Biology. From Protein Complexes to Cellular Networks. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 2986133
  • Book
  • 424 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Computational cell biology courses are increasingly obligatory for biology students around the world but of course also a must for mathematics and informatics students specializing in bioinformatics. This book, now in its second edition is geared towards both audiences. The author, Volkhard Helms, has, in addition to extensive teaching experience, a strong background in biology and informatics and knows exactly what the key points are in making the book accessible for students while still conveying in depth knowledge of the subject. Besides a greatly increased focus on RNA biology and epigenetics, new topics such as intracellular trafficking, particle tracking, and more cellular programs e.g. circadian rhythms, apoptosis and cell differentiation, have been included. In addition, the book features supplementary material on the web including slides for presentations.
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Networks in Biological Cells

Algorithms on Mathematical Graphs

Protein–Protein Interaction Networks –

Pairwise Connectivity

Protein–Protein Interaction Networks –

Structural Hierarchies

Gene Regulatory Networks

Metabolic Networks

Kinetic Modeling of Cellular Processes

Structures of Protein Complexes and Subcellular Structures

Biomolecular Association and Binding

Integrated Networks

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