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Genomics is a dynamic and rapidly growing field, driving technological advances and increasing our understanding of biology and disease. Systematic experimental approaches and large-scale computational analyses are bringing us closer to a more complete knowledge of the functions within cells and organisms.
By bringing together volumes on Genetics, Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics, this major reference work reflects the broad nature of this field and ensures a truly multidisciplinary approach. The focus is on studies based on the human and mouse genomes, but other important model eukaryotes, as well as pathogenic bacteria, are given in-depth coverage. Topics include Genetic Variation and Evolution, The Human Genome, Expression profiling, Expression Proteomics, Protein Function and Annotation, and Systems Biology: Computational Analysis. The work incorporates a vast amount of topical information, profiling cutting edge techniques and presenting the current scientific understanding in the field. With articles written by established leaders in the field as well as by rising stars, this work will be an essential reference tool for all members of genomics, proteomics, transcriptomics and bioinformatics teams, from students, to post-docs, to senior scientists, and a 'must have' for university and research institute libraries. It will also provide a valuable resource for pharmaceutical and biotech companies that have an interest in this important and rapidly developing field.
Published in September 2005, this Major Reference Work is available in print and online via Wiley Interscience. Regular updates via Wiley Interscience will ensure that both professionals and students working in genomics, proteomics and bioinformatics stay abreast of these fast-moving fields.

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The articles are arranged thematically within 8 volumes, making it easy to locate material relating to a topic of interest. Articles are cross-linked to related articles in the other volumes, allowing readers to build a broader picture of each subject area. For readers approaching new fields, there is a comprehensive Glossary that explains over 500 terms in a clear and concise way.