Simon C. K. Wong

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—The advancement of sequencing technologies has made it feasible for researchers to consider many high-throughput biological applications. A core step of these applications is to align an enormous amount of short reads to a reference genome. For example, to resequence a human genome, billions of reads of 35 bp are produced in 1-2 weeks, putting a lot of(More)
In this paper, we consider the problem of reconstructing a pathway for a given set of proteins based on available genomics and proteomics information such as gene expression data. In all previous approaches, the scoring function for a candidate pathway usually only depends on adjacent proteins in the pathway. We propose to also consider proteins that are of(More)
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