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Foundations of Comparative Genomics 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0120887941
ISBN-10: 0120887940
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This book provides an overview of computational analysis of genes and genomes, and of some most notable findings that come out of this work. Foundations of Comparative Genomics presents a historical perspective, beginning with early analysis of individual gene sequences, to present day comparison of gene repertoires encoded by completely sequenced genomes. The author discusses the underlying scientific principles of comparative genomics, argues that completion of many genome sequences started a new era in biology, and provides a personal view on several state-of-the-art issues, such as systems biology and whole-genome phylogenetic reconstructions. This book is an essential reference for researchers and students in computational biology, evolutionary biology, and genetics.

About the Author

Arcady R. Mushegian is Director of Bioinformatics at Stowers Institute for Medical Research in Kansas City and Professor of Microbiology at Kansas University Medical Center. He was born in Moscow, USSR, and graduated from Moscow State University.
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