Course Descriptions

BIOL 56310 Protein Bioinformatics

Session Offered:

Spring Credit 3.0

Prerequisites:

BIOL 23100 or 27000 and 24100 or 28000. May not be enrolled as the following classifications: Freshman 0-14 hours, Freshman 15-29 hours, Sophomore 30-44 hours and Sophomore 45-59 hours.

Description:

Accumulation of biological data, such as genome sequences, protein structures and sequences, metabolic pathways, opened up a new way of research in biology - bioinformatics.  Through the survey of the various active research topics in bioinformatics, in this course we will learn bioinformatics databases, tools, and algorithms behind these tools.  Special emphasis is placed on protein sequence and structure analyses.  Covered topics will include methods for protein sequence comparison, protein structure comparison, protein structure prediction/modeling, protein docking prediction, protein function prediction, and protein network analysis.

Instructor(s):

Daisuke Kihara


E-mail:
dkihara@purdue.edu

Textbook(s):

Optional/supplemental material

 

Text 1:  Protein Bioinformatics
Year/Edition:  2004
ISBN Number:  0-470-84839-1
Author(s):  Eidhammer, Jonassen, Taylor
Publisher:  Wiley

Notes:

This course is an alternate year course.  Next taught Spring 2019



Course Format:

 

BIOL 59500 - This course meets with CS 59000:

CRN

Instructional Type

Day

Time

Room(s)

60224

50-min Lecture

MWF

12:30-1:20

LILY G458



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