By Christos A. Ouzounis (auth.), Gavin J. Gordon (eds.)
Bioinformatics could be loosely outlined because the assortment, class, garage, and research of biochemical and organic info utilizing desktops and mathematical algorithms. Bioinformatics represents a wedding of biology, drugs, machine technological know-how, physics, and arithmetic; fields of research that experience traditionally existed as jointly unique disciplines. Edited via Gavin Gordon, Bioinformatics in melanoma and melanoma Therapy, edited through Gavin Gordon, presents an old and technical standpoint at the analytical recommendations, methodologies, and systems utilized in bioinformatics experiments with a view to exhibit how a bioinformatics technique has been used to signify numerous cancer-related techniques, and to illustrate how a bioinformatics technique is getting used to bridge uncomplicated technology and the scientific enviornment to absolutely impression sufferer care and management.
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Al-Mohanna M. and Linder S. 2005. Clinical cancer proteomics: promises and pitfalls. A. T. 2001. Oral cancer in vivo gene expression profiling assisted by laser capture microdissection and microarray analysis. , Alexander S. R. 2004. Proteomic analysis to identify breast cancer biomarkers in nipple aspirate fluid. J. and Donnelly P. 2005. A haplotype map of the human genome. Nature 437: 1299–1320 Anderson L. 2005. Candidate-based proteomics in the search for biomarkers of cardiovascular disease.
Each tumor follows a different path towards tumorigenesis, so the genetic variation between seemingly similar tumors can be significant. These differences may be the underlying reason for variability in the way tumors progress and the way they respond to attempts at eradication. A full understanding of any tumor will require a complete understanding of the functional genomics of that tumor. There is no question that the tools used to comprehend the functional genomics of human cells will one day be routine techniques for the clinical diagnosis and treatment of cancer (Table 1) (Mount and Pandey, 2005; Yeatman, 2003).
T. 2001. Oral cancer in vivo gene expression profiling assisted by laser capture microdissection and microarray analysis. , Alexander S. R. 2004. Proteomic analysis to identify breast cancer biomarkers in nipple aspirate fluid. J. and Donnelly P. 2005. A haplotype map of the human genome. Nature 437: 1299–1320 Anderson L. 2005. Candidate-based proteomics in the search for biomarkers of cardiovascular disease. J. A. 2004. Microarray data analysis: from hypotheses to conclusions using gene expression data.
Bioinformatics in Cancer and Cancer Therapy by Christos A. Ouzounis (auth.), Gavin J. Gordon (eds.)