Preface to Introduction to Structural Bioinformatics

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Abstract

While many good textbooks are available on Protein Structure, Molecular Simulations, Thermodynamics and Bioinformatics methods in general, there is no good introductory level book for the field of Structural Bioinformatics. This book aims to give an introduction into Structural Bioinformatics, which is where the previous topics meet to explore three dimensional protein structures through computational analysis. We provide an overview of existing computational techniques, to validate, simulate, predict and analyse protein structures. More importantly, it will aim to provide practical knowledge about how and when to use such techniques. We will consider proteins from three major vantage points: Protein structure quantification, Protein structure prediction, and Protein simulation & dynamics.
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Title of host publicationIntroduction to Structural Bioinformatics
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 29 Jan 2018

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Feenstra, K. A., & Abeln, S. (2018). Preface to Introduction to Structural Bioinformatics. In Introduction to Structural Bioinformatics
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