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Identification of disease-causing genes among a large number of candidates is a fundamental challenge in human disease studies. However, it is still time-consuming and laborious to determine the real disease-causing genes by biological experiments. With the advances of the high-throughput techniques, a large number of protein-protein interactions have been(More)
A β-turn is a secondary protein structure type that plays a significant role in protein configuration and function. On average 25% of amino acids in protein structures are located in β-turns. It is very important to develope an accurate and efficient method for β-turns prediction. Most of the current successful β-turns prediction methods use support vector(More)
Since proteins are digested into mixture of peptides in the preprocessing step of tandem mass spectrometry(MS), it is difficult to determine which specific protein a shared peptide belongs to. In recent studies, besides tandem MS data and peptide identification information, some other information is exploited to infer proteins. Different from the methods(More)
The genomes of different human beings are similar. There are only a relatively small number of genetic differences between people. The genetic differences between people are very worthy of study. Researchers have proposed the fixation index FST measurement to find the single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) which can reflect human population differences.(More)
Now it is widely acknowledged that genetically caused diseases or disorders (e.g., cancer, AIDS, and obesity) stem from the dysfunction of molecular biological systems, not only their isolated components (e.g., genes, proteins, and metabo-lites). With advances in high-throughput measurement techniques , large-scale biological data have been and will(More)
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