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DIALIGN: finding local similarities by multiple sequence alignment
It is shown that DIALIGN is able correctly to align conserved motifs in protein sequences and is especially adequate if sequences are not globally related, but share only local similarities, as is the case in genomic DNA sequences and in many protein families.
A canonical decomposition theory for metrics on a finite set
Multiple DNA and protein sequence alignment based on segment-to-segment comparison.
- B. Morgenstern, A. Dress, T. Werner
- Computer ScienceProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 29 October 1996
A new way to think about, and to construct, pairwise as well as multiple alignments of DNA and protein sequences is proposed, which considers alignments as consistent equivalence relations defined on the set of all positions occurring in all sequences under consideration.
Split decomposition: a new and useful approach to phylogenetic analysis of distance data.
Positional Dependence, Cliques, and Predictive Motifs in the bHLH Protein Domain
Abstract. Quantitative analyses were carried out on a large number of proteins that contain the highly conserved basic helix–loop–helix domain. Measures derived from information theory were used to…
Trees, tight extensions of metric spaces, and the cohomological dimension of certain groups: A note on combinatorial properties of metric spaces
- A. Dress
- 1 September 1984
Contributions to the theory of induced representations
- A. Dress
Reconstructing the shape of a tree from observed dissimilarity data
Valuated matroids: a new look at the greedy algorithm
Analyzing proteome topology and function by automated multidimensional fluorescence microscopy
By analyzing many cell and tissue types, this approach reveals rules of hierarchical protein network organization, in which the frequency distribution of different protein clusters obeys Zipf's law, and state-specific lead proteins appear to control protein network topology and function.