Lecture Bioinformatik I
Rolf Backofen, Wolfgang Hess, Dilmurat Yusuf, Martin Raden, Anika Erxleben
Wed 10-12, building 106 - SR 00 007 (MMR)
Fri 10-12 (multiple groups)
- Examination (28.02.2018) will be either a written test (Master) or an oral examination (Bachelor)
Topic and Objectives
This is an introductory lecture to bioinformatics and is mandatory for the group's
advanced lectures in bioinformatics.
The topics of the course include sequence alignment and comparison,
hidden Markov models, and building phylogenetic trees.
Objectives: The course shall give an overview of bioinformatics
topics and understanding of some fundamental algorithms. The special focus
of the course is on sequence analysis.
- basic knowledge about molecular biology
- basic understanding of algorithms
Additional Information and Material
Although the course requires a basic understanding of molecular biology, an introduction
to the necessary foundations is also given in the first lectures.
Computational Molecular Biology: An Introduction.
Peter Clote and Rolf Backofen.
Jon Wiley & Sons, Chichester, August 2000.
Biological sequence analysis - Probabilistic models of proteins and nucleic acids.
Richard Durbin, Sean Eddy, Anders Krogh and Graeme Mitchison.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1998.
Algorithms on Strings, Trees, and Sequences.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1997.
Grundlagen, Algorithmen, Anwendungen.
Rainer Merkl und Stephan Waack.
WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim 2009.