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Applications of Computational Intelligence in Biology: Current Trends and Open Problems (Studies in Computational Intelligence)
Applications of Computational Intelligence in Biology: Current Trends and Open Problems (Studies in Computational Intelligence)

Computational Intelligence (CI) has been a tremendously active area of - search for the past decade or so. There are many successful applications of CI in many sub elds of biology, including bioinformatics, computational - nomics, protein structure prediction, or neuronal systems modeling and an- ysis. However, there still are many open...

Bone Resorption (Topics in Bone Biology)
Bone Resorption (Topics in Bone Biology)
Bone Resorption, the second volume of the series Topics in Bone Biology, is centered on the osteoclast, the bone-resorbing cell. The volume thus complements the first volume of the series, Bone Formation, which discussed origin, function, and pathology of the bone-forming cell, the osteoblast.Both volumes are addressed to...
Cell Aging: Molecular Mechanisms and Implications for Disease (SpringerBriefs in Molecular Medicine)
Cell Aging: Molecular Mechanisms and Implications for Disease (SpringerBriefs in Molecular Medicine)

Aging represents a physiological and per se non-pathological and multifactorial process involving a set of key genes and mechanisms being triggered by different endogenous and exogenous factors. Since aging is a major risk factor in connection with a variety of human disorders, it is increasingly becoming a central topic in biochemical...

3D QSAR in Drug Design: Volume 2: Ligand-Protein Interactions and Molecular Similarity
3D QSAR in Drug Design: Volume 2: Ligand-Protein Interactions and Molecular Similarity
Volumes 2 and 3 of the 3D QSAR in Drug Design series aim to review the progress being made in CoMFA and other 3D QSAR approaches since the publication of the highly successful first volume about four years ago.

Volume 2
(Ligand-Protein Interactions and Molecular Similarity) divides into three sections
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The First Humans: Origin and Early Evolution of the Genus Homo
The First Humans: Origin and Early Evolution of the Genus Homo

There are some issues in human paleontology that seem to be timeless. Most deal with the origin and early evolution of our own genus – something about which we should care. Some of these issues pertain to taxonomy and systematics. How many species of Homo were there in the Pliocene and Pleistocene? How do we identify the earliest...

Computational Systems Bioinformatics: Csb2007 Conference Proceedings, University of California, San Diego, USA, 13-17 August 2007
Computational Systems Bioinformatics: Csb2007 Conference Proceedings, University of California, San Diego, USA, 13-17 August 2007
This volume contains about 40 papers covering many of the latest developments in the fast-growing field of bioinformatics. The contributions span a wide range of topics, including computational genomics and genetics, protein function and computational proteomics, the transcriptome, structural bioinformatics, microarray data analysis, motif...
Bioinformatics: Tools and Applications
Bioinformatics: Tools and Applications
Biology has progressed tremendously in the last decade due in part to the increased automation in the generation of data from sequences to genotypes to phenotypes. Biology is now very much an information science, and bioinformatics provides the means to connect biological data to hypotheses. Within this volume, we have collated...
Regulatory Mechanisms of Striated Muscle Contraction (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)
Regulatory Mechanisms of Striated Muscle Contraction (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)
The discovery of troponin by Professor Setsuro Ebashi opened a new era for research into the regulation of striated muscle contraction. This volume is the proceedings of the symposium held at Okazaki, Japan, in 2005 celebrating the 40th anniversary of that discovery.

Professor Ebashi started his work on muscle
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Cooking for Geeks: Real Science, Great Hacks, and Good Food
Cooking for Geeks: Real Science, Great Hacks, and Good Food

Are you the innovative type, the cook who marches to a different drummer -- used to expressing your creativity instead of just following recipes? Are you interested in the science behind what happens to food while it's cooking? Do you want to learn what makes a recipe work so you can improvise and create your own unique dish?

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Bioinformatics - From Genomes to Therapies
Bioinformatics - From Genomes to Therapies
"This treatise on bioinformatics is an excellent reference set to use as additional reading in advanced undergraduate and graduate courses..."
(ChemMedChem, October 2007)

Once again, Thomas Lengauer has succeeded in creating a comprehensive and immensely useful resource that meets even the high
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Protein Homology Detection Through Alignment of Markov Random Fields: Using MRFalign
Protein Homology Detection Through Alignment of Markov Random Fields: Using MRFalign

This work covers sequence-based protein homology detection, a fundamental and challenging bioinformatics problem with a variety of real-world applications. The text first surveys a few popular homology detection methods, such as Position-Specific Scoring Matrix (PSSM) and Hidden Markov Model (HMM) based methods, and then describes a novel...

Asian Flavors Diabetes Cookbook: Simple, Fresh Meals Perfect for Every Day
Asian Flavors Diabetes Cookbook: Simple, Fresh Meals Perfect for Every Day
The Asian Flavors Diabetes Cookbook is the first book that takes the naturally healthy recipes and meals of Asian cuisine and crafts them specifically for people with diabetes. Authored by Corinne Trang, who was dubbed by The Washington Post "the Julia Child of Asian cuisine," this unique collection of recipes will...
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