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Skizze des Fachs

  • Marc-Thorsten Hütt
  • Manuel Dehnert
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Zusammenfassung

Aus unserer Sicht hat die Bioinformatik die Aufgabe, mathematische Methoden und Algorithmen für die Analyse von DNA- und Proteinsequenzen bereitzustellen, ebenso für die Untersuchung von aus solchen Sequenzdaten abgeleiteter biologischer Information (etwa die dreidimensionalen Strukturen der beteiligten Makromoleküle oder ihre Vernetzung durch Interaktionen und biochemische Reaktionen). Produkte der Bioinformatik sind folglich mathematische Aussagen über allgemeine Zusammenhänge dieser Gegenstände (z.B. Sequenz - Struktur) und Software, die den Anwendern in der Biologie solche im Rahmen der Bioinformatik entwickelten Algorithmen zur Verfügung stellt. Diese Vorstellung von Bioinformatik werden wir im Verlaufe des Buchs ausführlich in einer Vielzahl von Fallbeispielen darstellen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Dep. of Life Sciences and ChemistryJacobs University BremenBremenDeutschland
  2. 2.Fak. Biotechnologie und BioinformatikHochschule Weihenstephan-TriesdorfFreisingDeutschland

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