This book is a collection of talks presented at the Third International Conference on Bioinformatics and Genome Research, June 1a4, 1994, at Tallahassee Conference Center. Topics include: database management, genome rearrangement, molecular informatics of HIV, gene regulation and metabolism, nucleic and protein sequence research, understanding of genetic data through graphic displays, tools and techniques for genome analyses and a panel discussion of technology transfer. Contents:Database Integration/InteroperabilityGenome RearrangementMolecular Informatics of HIVNucleic Acid and Protein Sequence ResearchComputational/Theoretical Approaches to Gene Regulation and MetabolismMethods for Understanding Genetic Data through Graphic DisplaysVisualization of Biological ProcessesTools and Techniques for Genome AnalysesPostersPanelsSummary Readership: Researchers in biology, biomedicine, computer science and genome research. keywords:Genome;Bioinformatics;Database;HIV;Molecular;Metabolism;Protein;Sequence;Tools;Computational;Visualization21.2.1 From ER Diagram to Tables The ER diagram representation was translated into tables of a relational database (Microsoft Access). As is typically the case, the attributes are columns of the tables, and the rows are records. Primary keysanbsp;...
|Title||:||Bioinformatics & Genome Research|
|Author||:||Hwa A Lim, Charles R Cantor|