Structural Genomics and Cancer

Structural genomics is a field of genomics that includes the portrayal of genome structures. This knowledge can be helpful in the act of controlling the genes and DNA portions of a species. Basic genomics depicts the 3-dimensional structure of every last protein that might be encoded by a genome – when particularly dissecting proteins; this is more commonly referred to as structural proteomics. The examination is expected to ponder the structure of the whole genome, by using both experimental and computational methods. While conventional structural prediction centers on the structure of a specific protein being referred to, structural genomics considers a bigger scale by expecting to decide the structure of each constituent protein encoded by a genome.


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