Digital Code of Life: How Bioinformatics is Revolutionizing Science, Medicine, and Business

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John Wiley & Sons, 3 feb. 2004 - 389 pagina's
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A behind-the-scenes look at the most lucrative discipline within biotechnology
Bioinformatics represents a new area of opportunity for investors and industry participants. Companies are spending billions on the potentially lucrative products that will come from bioinformatics. This book looks at what companies like Merck, Glaxo SmithKline Beecham, and Celera, and hospitals are doing to maneuver themselves to leadership positions in this area. Filled with in-depth insights and surprising revelations, Digital Code of Life examines the personalities who have brought bioinformatics to life and explores the commercial applications and investment opportunities of the most lucrative discipline within genomics.
Glyn Moody (London, UK) has published numerous articles in Wired magazine. He is the author of the critically acclaimed book Rebel Code.
 

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The Code of Life
1
Blast from the Past
11
Genome Delight
37
Speed Matters
55
Science versus Business
79
Showing the Data
105
A Very Different Animal
129
Peoples Genes
159
Free Expression
213
The Common Fold
241
The Promise of Proteomics
267
Sum of the Parts
293
Genomic Prescriptions
321
Further Reading
353
Glossary
355
Index
371

Getting Personal
185

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GLYN MOODY is the author of Rebel Code. His work following Linux and its creator Linus Torvalds has been highly acclaimed. Moody's writings have appeared in numerous publications including Wired magazine, The Economist, New Scientist, Financial Times, The Guardian, and The Daily Telegraph.

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