Computational Methods for Protein Structure Prediction and Modeling: Volume 2: Structure Prediction by Ying XuComputational Methods for Protein Structure Prediction and Modeling: Volume 2: Structure Prediction by Ying Xu

Computational Methods for Protein Structure Prediction and Modeling: Volume 2: Structure Prediction

EditorYing Xu, Dong Xu, Jie Liang

Paperback | December 1, 2010

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Volume Two of this two-volume sequence presents a comprehensive overview of protein structure prediction methods and includes protein threading, De novo methods, applications to membrane proteins and protein complexes, structure-based drug design, as well as structure prediction as a systems problem. A series of appendices review the biological and chemical basics related to protein structure, computer science for structural informatics, and prerequisite mathematics and statistics.
Dr. Ying Xu is Regents-GRA Eminent Scholar and Professor at the University of Georgia.  Dr. Dong Xu is the Director of the Digital Biology Laboratory at the University of Missouri-Columbia.  Dr. Jie Liang is the Director for the Center for Bioinformatics at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
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Title:Computational Methods for Protein Structure Prediction and Modeling: Volume 2: Structure PredictionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:342 pagesPublished:December 1, 2010Publisher:Springer New YorkLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1441922067

ISBN - 13:9781441922069

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From the contentsHomology-based structure modeling.- Fold recognition of globular proteins.- Ab initio protein structure prediction.- Structure prediction of membrane proteins.- Structure prediction of protein complexes.- Protein structure-based Drug Design.- Structure prediction as a systems problem.- Resources for protein structure/function characterization.