Tai-Chun Wang

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Discovering ways to reconstruct reliable Single Individual Haplotypes (SIHs) becomes one of the core issues in the whole-genome research nowadays as previous research showed that haplotypes contain more information than individual Singular Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs). Although with advances in high-throughput sequencing technologies obtaining sequence(More)
Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) studies have been an active topic of research in the life sciences in recent years. Because SNPs are abundant, stable and sometimes can be related to specific diseases, they have been widely selected as biomarkers for multi-purpose research. As traditional methods for identifying SNPs are time-consuming and expensive,(More)
Single nucleotide polymorphism studies have recently received significant amount of attention from researchers in many life science disciplines. Previous researches indicated that a series of SNPs from the same chromosome, called haplotype, contains more information than individual SNPs. Hence, discovering ways to reconstruct reliable Single Individual(More)
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