Sciweavers

Share
8 search results - page 1 / 2
» MSAID: multiple sequence alignment based on a measure of inf...
Sort
View
CANDC
2005
ACM
12 years 1 months ago
MSAID: multiple sequence alignment based on a measure of information discrepancy
We propose an algorithm of global multiple sequence alignment that is based on a measure of what we call information discrepancy. The algorithm follows a progressive alignment ite...
Min Zhang, Weiwu Fang, Junhua Zhang, Zhongxian Chi
RECOMB
2003
Springer
13 years 2 months ago
A multi-expert system for the automatic detection of protein domains from sequence information
We describe a novel method for detecting the domain structure of a protein from sequence information alone. The method is based on analyzing multiple sequence alignments that are ...
Niranjan Nagarajan, Golan Yona
BMCBI
2004
177views more  BMCBI 2004»
12 years 1 months ago
Gapped alignment of protein sequence motifs through Monte Carlo optimization of a hidden Markov model
Background: Certain protein families are highly conserved across distantly related organisms and belong to large and functionally diverse superfamilies. The patterns of conservati...
Andrew F. Neuwald, Jun S. Liu
ALMOB
2008
85views more  ALMOB 2008»
12 years 1 months ago
Noisy: Identification of problematic columns in multiple sequence alignments
Motivation: Sequence-based methods for phylogenetic reconstruction from (nucleic acid) sequence data are notoriously plagued by two effects: homoplasies and alignment errors. Larg...
Andreas W. M. Dress, Christoph Flamm, Guido Fritzs...
BMCBI
2010
177views more  BMCBI 2010»
12 years 1 months ago
Clustering of protein families into functional subtypes using Relative Complexity Measure with reduced amino acid alphabets
Background: Phylogenetic analysis can be used to divide a protein family into subfamilies in the absence of experimental information. Most phylogenetic analysis methods utilize mu...
Aydin Albayrak, Hasan H. Otu, Ugur O. Sezerman
books