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JCB
2007
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11 years 11 months ago
Effects of Long-Range Correlations in DNA on Sequence Alignment Score Statistics
Long-range correlations in genomic base composition are a ubiquitous statistical feature among many eukaryotic genomes. In this article, these correlations are shown to substantia...
Philipp W. Messer, Ralf Bundschuh, Martin Vingron,...
BMCBI
2008
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12 years 9 hour ago
Evolution of biological sequences implies an extreme value distribution of type I for both global and local pairwise alignment s
Background: Confidence in pairwise alignments of biological sequences, obtained by various methods such as Blast or Smith-Waterman, is critical for automatic analyses of genomic d...
Olivier Bastien, Eric Maréchal
RECOMB
2006
Springer
13 years 6 days ago
Alignment Statistics for Long-Range Correlated Genomic Sequences
It is well known that the base composition along eukaryotic genomes is long-range correlated. Here, we investigate the effect of such long-range correlations on alignment score sta...
Philipp W. Messer, Ralf Bundschuh, Martin Vingron,...
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