Wei-Wen Cai

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Increasingly, it appears likely that the ultimate success of the human genome project, and a majority of advances in molecular diagnosis of human disease, will be driven by advances in ge-nomic analysis that permit ultrarapid physical mapping and DNA sequencing. Molecular biological approaches currently being used were developed primarily for(More)
Large insert clone libraries have been the primary resource used for the physical mapping of the human genome. Research directions in the genome community now are shifting direction from purely mapping to large-scale sequencing, which in turn, require new standards to be met by physical maps and large insert libraries. Bacterial artificial chromosome(More)
Protein three-dimensional (3D) structures provide insightful information in many fields of biology. One-dimensional properties derived from 3D structures such as secondary structure, residue solvent accessibility, residue depth and backbone torsion angles are helpful to protein function prediction, fold recognition and ab initio folding. Here, we predict(More)
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