The recent advances in molecular genetics are providing a storm of new data on DNA sequences, on gene structure and higher order genomic structure. However, the implications of these new data are not always clear. This area of scientific inquiry is a relatively new inter-disciplinary field between biology, computer science and mathematics. We make use of computer based analysis, statistical analysis and mathematical models to answer broad questions about the molecular biology of all organisms.
All of our work deals with aspects of bioinformatics/computational biology/molecular evolution. Currently we are examining
For one page summaries of a few recent publications see
|protein structure and evolutionary rate||Sinorhizobium project||gene transfers in E. coli|
|isocitrate engineering||protein repeats|
To contact me, send email to Golding@McMaster.CA.
|The EvolDir.||Courses I teach.|
|Selected WWW Servers.|
|Brian's CV||A few journal TOCs|
|A few lab denizens|