CISC 471/3.0 Computational BiologyOriginal Author: Parvin Mousavi
Last Revised: October 15, 2009
Advanced computational approaches to the problems in molecular biology. Techniques and algorithms for sequence analysis and alignment; molecular databases; protein structure prediction and molecular data mining.
Prerequisites: CISC-271/3.0, CISC-352/3.0, (BCHM 218/3.0 or MBIO-218/3.0), (BIOL-334/3.0 or BCHM-315/3.0).
Learning Hours 120 (36L;84P)
This course is required in the Biomedical Computing (BMCO) program.
This course provides an introduction to computational approaches to the problems in molecular biology. This includes the study of areas such as techniques and algorithms for gene expression measurement, creation and analysis of networks from measured molecular data, molecular data mining, sequence analysis and alignment and protein structure prediction.
No single textbook covers all the material relevant to this course.