CSE427: Computational Biology

Catalog Description: Algorithmic and analytic techniques underlying analysis of large-scale biological data sets such as DNA, RNA, and protein sequences or structures, expression and proteomic profiling. Hands-on experience with databases, analysis tools, and genome markers. Applications such as sequence alignment, BLAST, phylogenetics, and Markov models.

Prerequisites: CSE 312; CSE 332
Credits: 3.0

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