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The biotechnology revolution has harnessed advanced information technology to manage its data flood. Pevsner (neuroscience and health sciences informatics, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD) provides guidance to students on computer programs and database tools to access DNA, RNA, and protein sequencing data; functional genomics approaches to RNA and protein; and genome analysis related to disease. Includes key bioinformatics websites, part-color graphics, technical appendices, self-test quizzes with solutions, and a glossary of terms. Annotation c2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR"
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