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1993
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Transmembrane Segment Prediction from Protein Sequence Data
Weconsider tile automatedidentification of transmembrane domains in membrane protein sequences. 324 proteins (containing 1585 segrrmnts) werc examined, representing every protein ...
Sholom M. Weiss, Dawn M. Cohen, Nitin Indurkhya
ISMB
1993
9 years 3 months ago
Pattern Discovery in Gene Regulation: Designing an Analysis Environment
Interactions that determinecellular fate are exceedingly complex, can take place at different levels of gene regulation and involve a large numberof components(such as genes, prot...
Stella Veretnik, Bruce R. Schatz
ISMB
1993
9 years 3 months ago
Building Large Knowledge Bases in Molecular Biology
Olivier Schmeltzer, Claudine Médigue, P. Uv...
ISMB
1993
9 years 3 months ago
Computationally Efficient Cluster Representation in Molecular Sequence Megaclassification
Molecular sequence megaclassification is a technique for automated protein sequence analysis and annotation. Implementation of the method has been limited by the need to store and...
David J. States, Nomi L. Harris, Lawrence Hunter
ISMB
1993
9 years 3 months ago
A Service-Oriented Information Sources Database for the Biological Sciences
Researchersin the biological sciencesrequire access to a variety of information sources locatedin variousplacesondifferent computer networks.In order to satisfy the information ne...
Gordon K. Springer, Timothy B. Patrick
ISMB
1993
9 years 3 months ago
Minimizing Complexity in Cellular Automata Models of Self-Replication
Understanding self-replication from an information processing perspective is important because, amongother things, it can shed light on molecular mechanismsof biological reproduct...
James A. Reggia, Hui-Hsien Chou, Steven L. Armentr...
ISMB
1993
9 years 3 months ago
A Multi-Level Description Scheme of Protein Conformation
Kentaro Onizuka, Stephen T. C. Wong, Masato Ishika...
ISMB
1993
9 years 3 months ago
Discovering Sequence Similarity by the Algorithmic Significance Method
The minimal-length encoding approach is applied to define concept of sequence similarity. Asequence is defined to be similar to another sequence or to a set of keywords if it can ...
Aleksandar Milosavljevic
ISMB
1993
9 years 3 months ago
Prediction of Primate Splice Junction Gene Sequences with a Cooperative Knowledge Acquisition System
Wepropose a cooperative conceptual modelling environment in which two agents interact : the machineand the humanexpert. Theformer is able to extract knowledge from data using a sy...
Engelbert Mephu Nguifo, Jean Sallantin
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