K. O. Elliston

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MOTIVATION To make effective use of the vast amounts of expressed sequence tag (EST) sequence data generated by the Merck-sponsored EST project and other similar efforts, sequences must be organized into gene classes, and scientists must be able to 'mine' the gene class data in the context of related genomic data. RESULTS This paper presents the Merck(More)
Biopathways play an important role in the functional understanding and interpretation of gene function. In this paper we present the results of an iterative algorithm for automatically generating gene regulatory networks from raw data. The algorithm is based on an epistemics approach of conjecture (hypothesis formation) and refutation (hypothesis testing).(More)
A new application program, the BIOINFORMATICS PROFILER, is described which simplifies the analysis of new genome sequence information appearing on a daily basis. Control tasks are defined through an intuitive graphical user interface and are executed at user defined nightly intervals. Electronic mail is sent to indicate that search results have been found.(More)
The tranSMART Foundation's inaugural Datathon took place June 30–July 2 at the Thomson Reuters offices in Boston, MA. The overall aim of the Datathon was to determine the feasibility of using the tranSMART platform to explore multiple large datasets on a customized cloud server to support a Datathon that could generate new research findings. The goal of(More)
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