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BMCBI
2002
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Kangaroo - A pattern-matching program for biological sequences
Background: Biologists are often interested in performing a simple database search to identify proteins or genes that contain a well-defined sequence pattern. Many databases do no...
Doron Betel, Christopher W. V. Hogue
ISMB
1994
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High Speed Pattern Matching in Genetic Data Base with Reconfigurable Hardware
Homologydetection in large data bases is probably the most time consuming operation in molecular genetic computing systems. Moreover, the progresses made all around the world conc...
Eric Lemoine, Joël Quinqueton, Jean Sallantin
IFIP
2004
Springer
12 years 1 months ago
Efficient Algorithms for Handling Molecular Weighted Sequences
Abstract In this paper we introduce the Weighted Suffix Tree, an efficient data structure for computing string regularities in weighted sequences of molecular data. Molecular Wei...
Costas S. Iliopoulos, Christos Makris, Yannis Pana...
BMCBI
2004
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PATTERNFINDER: combined analysis of DNA regulatory sequences and double-helix stability
Background: Regulatory regions that function in DNA replication and gene transcription contain specific sequences that bind proteins as well as less-specific sequences in which th...
Yanlin Huang, David Kowalski
IANDC
2008
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Graph connectivity, partial words, and a theorem of Fine and Wilf
The problem of computing periods in words, or finite sequences of symbols from a finite alphabet, has important applications in several areas including data compression, string se...
Francine Blanchet-Sadri, Deepak Bal, Gautam Sisodi...
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