Evguenia Kopylova

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MOTIVATION The application of next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies to RNAs directly extracted from a community of organisms yields a mixture of fragments characterizing both coding and non-coding types of RNAs. The task to distinguish among these and to further categorize the families of messenger RNAs and ribosomal RNAs (rRNAs) is an important(More)
Since 1977, when Lempel and Ziv described a kind of string factorization useful for text compression, there has been a succession of algorithms proposed for computing “LZ factorization”. In particular, there have been several recent algorithms proposed that extend the usefulness of LZ factorization, for example, to the calculation of maximal(More)
Metatranscriptomic data contributes another piece of the puzzle to understanding the phylogenetic structure and function of a community of organisms. High-quality total RNA is a bountiful mixture of ribosomal, transfer, messenger and other noncoding RNAs, where each family of RNA is vital to answering questions concerning the hidden microbial world.(More)
A clinical, genealogical, EMG and morphological study of the development of pseudohypertrophic myopathy linked with X-chromosome allowed one to distinguish 2 variants: 1) the malignant (Duchenne form) and 2) benign (Baker form). Although both forms have similar clinical symptoms, the Baker form has a later onset, a more favourable development and more(More)
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