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BMCBI
2010
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A systematic study of genome context methods: calibration, normalization and combination
Background: Genome context methods have been introduced in the last decade as automatic methods to predict functional relatedness between genes in a target genome using the patter...
Luciana Ferrer, Joseph M. Dale, Peter D. Karp
BMCBI
2007
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InPrePPI: an integrated evaluation method based on genomic context for predicting protein-protein interactions in prokaryotic ge
Background: Although many genomic features have been used in the prediction of proteinprotein interactions (PPIs), frequently only one is used in a computational method. After rea...
Jingchun Sun, Yan Sun, Guohui Ding, Qi Liu, Chuan ...
BMCBI
2008
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Information-based methods for predicting gene function from systematic gene knock-downs
Background: The rapid annotation of genes on a genome-wide scale is now possible for several organisms using high-throughput RNA interference assays to knock down the expression o...
Matthew T. Weirauch, Christopher K. Wong, Alexandr...
BMCBI
2010
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TumorBoost: Normalization of allele-specific tumor copy numbers from a single pair of tumor-normal genotyping microarrays
Background: High-throughput genotyping microarrays assess both total DNA copy number and allelic composition, which makes them a tool of choice for copy number studies in cancer, ...
Henrik Bengtsson, Pierre Neuvial, Terence P. Speed
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