Hello, I have been a hardcore bioinformatician, dedicating little towards "Biology" during my courses or Masters. However, I decided to be more balanced, started my Phd, and am loving it. I am so much interested in the actual biology rather than working most of the time with data analysis without REALLY knowing what its all about. I mean, the complete picture. Not that, I don't love data analysis, neither do I bear anything against those who are hardcore data analysts.
But now that my interests are shifted, I would like to understand more of it. I am looking for a book that complements equally the biology with the bioinformatics. For example, if you take QTLs or GWAS, I would like to know the "Biology" behind it, and then how the bioinformatic techniques have evolved to help infer from them. I don't mind if I am exposed entirely to the biological concepts first and then the bioinformatics behind it or as another book. I just would like to understand the complete picture. Any suggestions?
Thank you very much! Arun.