Best Reference Books – Advanced Structural Bioinformatics and Algorithms

We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Advanced Structural Bioinformatics and Algorithms subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Advanced Structural Bioinformatics and Algorithms along with reviews.

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1. “Algorithms in Bioinformatics” by Mihai Pop and Hélène Touzet

“Algorithms in Bioinformatics” Book Review: Reference-free compression of High Throughput Sequencing Data with a Probabilistic de Bruijn Graph, Genome Scaffolding with PE-Contaminated Mate-Pair Libraries, Network properties of the Ensemble of RNA Structures, Hybrid Error Correction for Long Sequencing Reads Using Maximal Exact Matches, Sparse RNA Folding Revisited, Space-Efficient Minimum Free Energy Prediction, and many more related topics are covered in the book very properly with diagrammatic representation. This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 15th International Workshop on Algorithms in Bioinformatics. Candidates of Pharmacy, Biological, Agricultural, Veterinary, Fishery Sciences, Engineering and Medical can prefer this book. Students who had Science in their class 12th can also read this book.


2. “Machine Learning Meets Medical Imaging” by Kanwal Bhatia and Herve Lombaert

“Machine Learning Meets Medical Imaging” Book Review: The book contains 10 papers which communicate the specific needs and minutely outlines the medical imaging to the machine learning community while exposing the medical imaging community to current trends in machine learning. The book includes topics like Image Processing and Computer Vision, Pattern recognition, and Graphics. Students related to the computer fields like Engineering and IT can prefer studying Machine Learning from this book.


3. “Structural Bioinformatics of Membrane Proteins” by D Frishman

“Structural Bioinformatics of Membrane Proteins” Book Review: The book mainly focuses on the bioinformatics of membrane proteins in which it explains about evolution, structure, function, and bioinformatics of membrane proteins with the help of recent experiment results. Book elaborates about the recently solved membrane protein structures. People and students belonging to research, engineering, biochemistry, and biophysics are suggested to read this book.


4. “Advance in Structural Bioinformatics (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)” by Hao Dai and Qin Xu

“Advance in Structural Bioinformatics (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)” Book Review: Mathematical and Physical modelling, Computational Methods and systems for obtaining and analysing biological structures, are explained using the newest research cases as examples. The book has provided detailed explanation on the topics like DNA, RNA, Genomics and Proteomics sequences, structure of proteins, and other related topics. Exercises are well arranged at the end of the book. Candidates related to medical and biological fields are suggested to read this book.

5. “Radiation Induced Molecular Phenomena in Nucleic Acids” by Jerzy Leszczynski and Manoj K Shukla

“Radiation Induced Molecular Phenomena in Nucleic Acids” Book Review: Mechanism of the ultrafast non-radiative decay process, design of photostable atoms & molecules, experimental techniques to examine photophysical behaviour, UV radiation and low-energy electron induced phenomena in nucleic acid bases (NABs) are analysed in this book. The book is based on Organic Chemistry and people belonging to medical, research, biology, and chemistry can prefer this book.

6. “Organisation of Chromosomes (Advances in Protein Chemistry and Structural Biology)” by Rossen Donev

“Organisation of Chromosomes (Advances in Protein Chemistry and Structural Biology)” Book Review: The book covers almost all the important topics related to Protein Chemistry. Concepts like purification/expression, proteomics, modeling, and structural determination and design are explained very efficiently with suitable examples. Researchers, students related to the biological branch or branch of chemistry can have this book.

7. “Fidelity and Quality Control in Gene Expression” by Assen Marintchev

“Fidelity and Quality Control in Gene Expression” Book Reviews: Biology students, Chemistry students, Researchers, Teachers, and Biological engineers are the candidates who can choose this book as this book guides how to study biology and genetics with computer-aided machines. Comprehensive mechanistic and quantitative views of the processes that mediate the quality control in translation are covered in the book. All the processes that impact the quality control like detection and elimination of defective mRNAs, recycling and translation re-initiation, mRNA editing, translational recoding through programmed frame-shifting are well-elaborated. Each chapter contains exercises that would help the reader know how to apply the theories.

8. “Advanced Simulation in Biomedicine: 003 (Advances in Simulation)” by Dietmar P F Möller

“Advanced Simulation in Biomedicine: 003 (Advances in Simulation)” Book Review: Detailing and representation of the simulation techniques in a variety of biomedical applications are done in the book with supporting examples and diagrammatic representations and flowcharts. Structured biological modeling based on the bond graph method followed by an up-to-date account of advanced simulation of a variety of sophisticated biomedical processes, computer simulation techniques, tools that can be applied to research problems in biomedicine are discussed in the book.

9. “Bioinformatics: Basics, Algorithms and Applications” by Ruchi Singh^Richa Sharma

“Bioinformatics: Basics, Algorithms and Applications” Book Review: Knowledge of several subjects like Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Computer Science, and others are presented in this book. Students belonging to biology, physics and chemistry can prefer this book if they are thinking to go for bioinformatics as this book does not focus only on one subject and hence students of every field are able to understand the subject from a basic level to higher level.

10. “Introduction to Bioinformatics Algorithms” by Neil J Jones and Pavel A Pevzner

“Introduction to Bioinformatics Algorithms” Book Review: The book clears the exposition of the algorithmic principles driving advances in bioinformatics. A balance between mathematics and practical techniques is maintained. The book explains the ideas behind every algorithm. Undergraduate students can also use this book. It includes a dual table of contents, organized by algorithmic and biological ideas; discussions of biologically relevant problems, including a detailed problem formulation and one or more solutions for each; and brief biographical sketches of leading figures in the field.

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