Record:   Prev Next
Title Challenges and opportunities of next-generation sequencing for biomedical research [electronic resource] / edited by Mark I. Rees
Imprint San Diago : Academic Press, 2012
book jacket
Descript 1 online resource (ix, 196 p.)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online reousrces cr rdacarrier
Series Advances in protein chemistry and structural biology, 1876-1623 ; 89
Advances in protein chemistry and structural biology ; 89
Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Next generation sequencing methodologies - an overview / William O. Pickrell, Mark I. Rees, and Seo-Kyung Chung -- Next generation sequencing in the clinical domain: clinical advantages, practical, and ethical challenges / Rose Thompson, Cheney J. G. Drew, and Rhys H. Thomas -- Opportunities and challenges for genome sequencing in the clinic / Gianpiero L. Cavalleri and Norman Delanty -- Polymorphisms in neuropsychiatric and neuroinflammatory disorders and the role of next generation sequencing in early diagnosis and treatment / Rossen M. Donev and Owain W. Howell -- Structural modelling pipelines in next generation sequencing projects / Jonathan G. L. Mullins
Link Print version: Challenges and opportunities of next-generation sequencing for biomedical research 9780123942876 012394287X (OCoLC)805055254
Subject Genomics -- Methodology
Nucleotide sequence
Medical genetics
Alt Author Rees, Mark I. Editor. Author.
Pickrell, William O. Author.
Chung, Seo-Kyung. Author.
Thompson, Rose. Author.
Drew, Cheney J. G. Author.
Thomas, Rhys H. Author.
Cavalleri, Gianpiero L. Author.
Delanty, Norman. Author.
Donev, Rossen. Author.
Howell, Owain W. Author.
Mullins, Jonathan G. L. Author.
Record:   Prev Next