by Nicholas H. Bergman
Publisher: Humana Press Inc. 2007
Comparative Genomics is a collection of robust protocols for molecular biologists beginning to use comparative genomic analysis tools in a variety of areas. The three chapters that are available on the Bookshelf describe National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) resources available to the public.
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by Kent Holsinger - University of Connecticut
This is an introduction to the field of population genetics, the branch of evolutionary biology concerned with the genetic structure of populations and how it changes through time. You need to know some basic algebra and probability theory.
by Eugene V. Koonin, Michael Y. Galperin - Springer
An introduction to the computational approaches that play a critical role in the emerging new branch of biology known as functional genomics. Perfect for introductory level courses in computational methods for comparative and functional genomics.
by Richard A. Neher, Boris I. Shraiman - arXiv
This review provides a simplified exposition of the concept and mathematics of Quasi-Linkage Equilibrium (QLE) which is central to the statistical description of genotypes in sexual populations. We discuss under what circumstances QLE is applicable.
by Warren J Ewens - Cornell University
These notes are intended to give background material in mathematical population genetics. Some standard genetical terms are used: gene, genotype, allele, (gene) locus, haploid, diploid, homozygote, heterozygote, heterozygosity, monoecious, etc.