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Specificity and Stability in Topology of Protein Networks
It is found that for both interaction and regulatory networks, links between highly connected proteins are systematically suppressed, whereas those between a highly connected and low-connected pairs of proteins are favored.
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Author(s): Arkin, Adam P; Cottingham, Robert W; Henry, Christopher S; Harris, Nomi L; Stevens, Rick L; Maslov, Sergei; Dehal, Paramvir; Ware, Doreen; Perez, Fernando; Canon, Shane; Sneddon, Michael…
Finding scientific gems with Google's PageRank algorithm
Ranking scientific publications using a model of network traffic
To account for strong ageing characteristics of citation networks, the PageRank algorithm is modified by initially distributing random surfers exponentially with age, in favour of more recent publications, and the output is interpreted as approximate traffic to individual publications in a simple model of how researchers find new information.
Simple Model of a Limit Order-Driven Market
- S. Maslov
- 1 October 1999
We introduce and study a simple model of a limit order-driven market. Traders in this model can either trade stock (or any other risky asset for that matter) at the market price or place a limit…
Understanding the differences between genome sequences of Escherichia coli B strains REL606 and BL21(DE3) and comparison of the E. coli B and K-12 genomes.
Price Fluctuations from the Order Book Perspective - Empirical Facts and a Simple Model
Statistical properties of an order book and the effect they have on price dynamics were studied using the high-frequency NASDAQ Level II data. It was observed that the size distribution of marketable…
Detection of topological patterns in complex networks: correlation profile of the internet
Binding properties and evolution of homodimers in protein–protein interaction networks
The likelihood of a protein to physically interact with itself was found to be proportional to the total number of its binding partners, which points to the conclusion that most of interactions between paralogs are inherited from ancestral homodimeric proteins, rather than established de novo after duplication.
Automatic pathway building in biological association networks
The automatically curated MedScan data is adequate for automatic generation of good quality signaling networks and the algorithm for the reconstruction of signaling pathways is described and validated by comparison with manually curated pathways and tissue-specific gene expression profiles.