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"...will be of enormous practical assistance to anyone getting to grips with bioinformatics tools in the course of their research..." (Briefings in Bioinformatics, June 2003) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Explore the human genome and analyze DNA — without leaving your desktop! All it takes is the basics of molecular biology and the wealth of information in this friendly guide. You'll discover the online tools and useful tips you need to ask the right questions, analyze sequences, and compare results. It's a plain-English introduction to the field!
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You need a significant background in biology and chemistry in order to understand most of it.
I was particularly pleased by the colloquial tone of the writing: in addition to being informative, it was fun to read!
The content of the book is fine, it is an easy to read beginners introduction to the basic tools of the trade.
An Ok book for anyone on basic bioinformatics, with or without basic biology knowledge.Published 5 days ago by el dude
The book is from 2007 and it is outdated in the sense that the webpages shown in the book is too different from what you receive from the websites today in 2014. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kjeld Bak
I bought this for a class and the guide itself is great if you want a real short introduction to things like multi-sequence alignments and navigating around NCBI but that's about... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Nicholas
Easy read. Explains the subject in easy to read terms (almost too easy). Will definitely share with my family...so they know what I am studying!Published 11 months ago by Shelley Graue
Good overview for nontechs who want an intro to the field. Welcome general primer for technical novices. Practitioners will find it too shallow.Published 11 months ago by Peter J. Kent
If anyone would add this book to a collection including the following books for dummies--genetics & bioinformatics, I feel that they would be collage savvy.Published 14 months ago by van
good breakdown of the essentials of bioinformatics and an easy to read textbook. What is also good about it is that they give you tips on hw to do specific tasks.Published 15 months ago by Natalie I.
The content of the book is fine, it is an easy to read beginners introduction to the basic tools of the trade. However, the content is already hopelessly out of date. Read morePublished 15 months ago by GroovyGeek