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2004
IEEE
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Phylogenetic Reconstruction from Arbitrary Gene-Order Data
Phylogenetic reconstruction from gene-order data has attracted attention from both biologists and computer scientists over the last few years. So far, our software suite GRAPPA is...
Jijun Tang, Bernard M. E. Moret, Liying Cui, Claud...
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2004
IEEE
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Enhanced pClustering and Its Applications to Gene Expression Data
Clustering has been one of the most popular methods to discover useful biological insights from DNA microarray. An interesting paradigm is simultaneous clustering of both genes an...
Sungroh Yoon, Christine Nardini, Luca Benini, Giov...
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2004
IEEE
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Discovering Novel Interacting Motif Pairs from Large Protein-Protein Interaction Datasets
Current motif discovery methods can only detect individual motifs in groups of protein sequences--they do not discover potentially-interacting motif pairs underlying the interacti...
Soon-Heng Tan, Wing-Kin Sung, See-Kiong Ng
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2004
IEEE
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Identifying Projected Clusters from Gene Expression Profiles
In microarray gene expression data, clusters may hide in subspaces. Traditional clustering algorithms that make use of similarity measurements in the full input space may fail to ...
Kevin Y. Yip, David W. Cheung, Michael K. Ng, Kei-...
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2004
IEEE
9 years 3 months ago
Efficient Methods for Generating Optimal Single and Multiple Spaced Seeds
Biologists highly rely on good algorithms for finding homologous regions in bimolecular sequences. An advanced homology search program named PatternHunter has recently been develo...
I-Hsuan Yang, Sheng-Ho Wang, Yang-Ho Chen, Pao-Hsi...
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2004
IEEE
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Interactive 3D Protein Structure Visualization Using Virtual Reality
Large-scale biomedical data sets of macromolecular structures such as DNA and proteins describe highly complex biomolecular entities which often consist of thousands of atoms and ...
Elke Moritz, Jörg Meyer
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2004
IEEE
156views Bioinformatics» more  BIBE 2004»
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GeneWebEx: Gene Annotation Web Extraction, Aggregation, and Updating from Web-Based Biomolecular Databanks
Numerous genomic annotations are currently stored in different web-accessible databanks that scientists need to mine with user-defined queries and in a batch mode to orderly integ...
Marco Masseroli, Andrea Stella, Natalia Meani, Myr...
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2004
IEEE
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A Time Series Analysis of Microarray Data
As the capture and analysis of single-time-point microarray expression data becomes routine, investigators are turning to time-series expression data to investigate complex gene r...
Selnur Erdal, Ozgur Ozturk, David L. Armbruster, H...
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2004
IEEE
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Towards a Proteomics Meta-Classification
There is a recognized need for a meta-classification that can serve as a foundation for more refined ontologies in the field of proteomics. Standard data sources classify proteins...
Anand Kumar, Barry Smith
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2004
IEEE
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Estimating Seed Sensitivity on Homogeneous Alignments
Gregory Kucherov, Laurent Noé, Yann Ponty
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