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Computer Science - Bioinformatics | A Computer Scientist's Guide to Cell Biology (Reviews)

A Computer Scientist's Guide to Cell Biology

Cohen, William W.

2007, XIV, 100 p.

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From the reviews:

"This concise book is an excellent introduction for computer scientists to the exciting revolution under way in molecular biology. It provides lucid, high-level descriptions of the fundamental molecular mechanisms of life, and discusses the computational principles involved. I wish this little gem was available when I was 'learning the ropes' -- it would have been my first choice of reading material."

--Roni Rosenfeld, Carnegie Mellon University

"Cell biology is certainly a new and exciting area. This nice, compact, and enthusiastically written book covers a huge amount of material. The author describes biological systems, experimental methods, and the language of cell biology. … Summing up, this book (with its excellent index) can be used as one of the first steps in obtaining a reading knowledge of biology -- though cautiously." (H. I. Kilov, Computing Reviews, December, 2007)



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