Genomes, browsers, and databases

November 11, 2008 at 3:06 am 1 comment

newbookOne of the latest new books at Taubman Medical Library can be found here. Genomes, browsers, and databases: data-mining tools for integrated genomic databases by Peter Schattner.  The call number is: QH 442.2 .S33 2008

Read the Product Description and Book Description from Amazon here.

Here is the Table of Contents: The molecular biology data explosion — Introduction to genome browsing with the UCSC genome browser — Browsing with Ensembl, MapViewer, and other genome browsers — Interactive genome-database batch querying — Interactive batch post-processing with galaxy — Introduction to programmed querying — Using the Ensembl API — Programmed querying with Ensembl, continued — Introduction to the UCSC API — More advanced applications using the UCSC API — Customized genome databases — Genomes, browsers, databases : the future.


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  • 1. jane  |  November 11, 2008 at 4:33 pm

    there’s an interesting theme section in the New York Times online, focused on genetics and genomics. I’ve only read a little of it, but it’s pretty interesting.


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