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MOTIVATION In the process of protein construction, buried hydrophobic residues tend to assemble in a core of a protein. Methods used to predict these cores involve use or no use of sequential alignment. In the case of a close homology, prediction was more accurate if sequential alignment was used. If the homology was weak, predictions would be unreliable. A(More)
We developed an extensive yeast gene expression library consisting of full-genome cDNA array data for over 500 yeast strains, each with a single-gene disruption. Using this data, combined with dose and time course expression experiments with the oral antifungal agent griseofulvin, whose exact molecular targets were previously unknown, we used Boolean and(More)
Gene regulatory networks elucidated from strategic, genome-wide experimental data can aid in the discovery of novel gene function information and expression regulation events from observation of transcriptional regulation among genes of known and unknown biological function. To create a reliable and comprehensive data set for the elucidation of(More)
Microarrays are often used to identify target genes that trigger specific diseases, to elucidate the mechanisms of drug effects, and to check SNPs. However, data from microarray experiments are well known to contain biases resulting from the experimental protocols. Therefore, in order to elucidate biological knowledge from the data, systematic biases(More)
This is a collection of references on learning regulatory and signaling networks. It contains articles from biology and bioinformatics, as well as theoretical background in mathematics and computer science. I annotated each article with an URL where it can be found and downloaded. Of course, this collection is far from complete. If you find any errors or(More)
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