The flood of knowledge on gene and protein sequences from the genome tasks has revolutionised molecular and evolutionary biology and has ended in the quick improvement of the technological know-how referred to as genomics. trustworthy prediction of the functionality of a unique gene/protein calls for advanced computational research of genomic and protein series details which take advantage of the foundations governing the evolution of protein constitution and serve as. This ebook goals to supply an updated precis of the rules of protein evolution and discusses either the tools to be had to examine the evolutionary background of proteins in addition to these for predicting their structure-function relationships. Protein Evolution is meant for senior undergraduates and graduate scholars taking classes in protein constitution and evolution, in addition to bioinformatics. it's going to even be an invaluable complement for college kids taking wider classes in molecular evolution, in addition to a precious source for execs within the region of sensible genomics.
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