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ESORICS
2011
Springer
7 years 12 months ago
To Release or Not to Release: Evaluating Information Leaks in Aggregate Human-Genome Data
The rapid progress of human genome studies leads to a strong demand of aggregate human DNA data (e.g, allele frequencies, test statistics, etc.), whose public dissemination, howeve...
Xiao-yong Zhou, Bo Peng, Yong Fuga Li, Yangyi Chen...
BIBM
2010
IEEE
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8 years 10 months ago
Probabilistic topic modeling for genomic data interpretation
Recently, the concept of a species containing both core and distributed genes, known as the supra- or pangenome theory, has been introduced. In this paper, we aim to develop a new ...
Xin Chen, Xiaohua Hu, Xiajiong Shen, Gail Rosen
MEDIAFORENSICS
2010
8 years 10 months ago
On the embedding capacity of DNA strands under substitution, insertion, and deletion mutations
A number of methods have been proposed over the last decade for embedding information within deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). Since a DNA sequence is conceptually equivalent to a unid...
Félix Balado
INFORMATICALT
2010
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8 years 10 months ago
Complexity Estimation of Genetic Sequences Using Information-Theoretic and Frequency Analysis Methods
The genetic information in cells is stored in DNA sequences, represented by a string of four letters, each corresponding to a definite type of nucleotides. Genomic DNA sequences a...
Robertas Damasevicius
EVOW
2010
Springer
8 years 10 months ago
Finding Gapped Motifs by a Novel Evolutionary Algorithm
Background: Identifying approximately repeated patterns, or motifs, in DNA sequences from a set of co-regulated genes is an important step towards deciphering the complex gene reg...
Chengwei Lei, Jianhua Ruan
BMCBI
2002
109views more  BMCBI 2002»
8 years 12 months ago
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
BMCBI
2005
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9 years 21 hour ago
Approaching the taxonomic affiliation of unidentified sequences in public databases - an example from the mycorrhizal fungi
Background: During the last few years, DNA sequence analysis has become one of the primary means of taxonomic identification of species, particularly so for species that are minut...
R. Henrik Nilsson, Erik Kristiansson, Martin Ryber...
BMCBI
2005
201views more  BMCBI 2005»
9 years 21 hour ago
Principal component analysis for predicting transcription-factor binding motifs from array-derived data
Background: The responses to interleukin 1 (IL-1) in human chondrocytes constitute a complex regulatory mechanism, where multiple transcription factors interact combinatorially to...
Yunlong Liu, Matthew P. Vincenti, Hiroki Yokota
BMCBI
2005
142views more  BMCBI 2005»
9 years 22 hour ago
transAlign: using amino acids to facilitate the multiple alignment of protein-coding DNA sequences
Background: Alignments of homologous DNA sequences are crucial for comparative genomics and phylogenetic analysis. However, multiple alignment represents a computationally difficu...
Olaf R. P. Bininda-Emonds
TCS
2008
9 years 1 days ago
Detection of subtle variations as consensus motifs
We address the problem of detecting consensus motifs, that occur with subtle variations, across multiple sequences. These are usually functional domains in DNA sequences such as t...
Matteo Comin, Laxmi Parida
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