Introduction to Computational Molecular Biology

GENOME 541
Department of Genome Sciences
University of Washington
Spring Quarter, 2014


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Date            Instructor Topic References Homework
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Tue Apr 1 Noble Predicting protein function from heterogeneous data (Noble 2006)  
Thu Apr 3 Noble Predicting protein function from heterogeneous data (Brown et al. 2000) (Ramaswamy et al. 2001) (Lanckriet et al. 2004) Homework #1
Tue Apr 8 Borenstein Complex biological networks    
Thu Apr 10 Borenstein Complex biological networks   Homework #2
Tue Apr 15 Ruzzo Non-coding RNA    
Thu Apr 17 Ruzzo Non-coding RNA   Homework #3
Tue Apr 22 Noble Motif discovery (D'Haeseleer 2006) (Noble 2009)  
Thu Apr 24 Noble Protein identification from tandem mass spectra (Sadygov et al. 2004) (Marcotte 2007) Homework #4
Tue Apr 29 Bloom Molecular evolution (Zuckerkand and Pauling)  
Thu May 1 Bloom Molecular evolution   Homework #5
Tue May 6 Bloom Phylogenetic inference   Homework #6
Thu May 8 Bloom Phylogenetic inference    
Tue May 13 Bradley Protein structure    
Thu May 15 Bradley Protein sequence analysis   Homework #7
Tue May 20 Bradley Molecular modeling    
Thu May 22 Bradley Nucleic acid structure   Homework #8
Tue May 27 Qian Stochastic models of single cells and single molecules (Qian 2012) (Qian and Kou 2014)  
Thu May 29 Qian Stochastic models of single cells and single molecules   Homework #9
Tue Jun 1 Lee Statistical methods for inferring gene regulatory networks    
Thu Jun 3 Lee Statistical methods for inferring gene regulatory networks   Homework #10