Zahra Razaghi-Moghadam

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Population-based genetic association studies have proven to be a powerful tool in identifying genes implicated in many complex human diseases that have a huge impact on public health. An essential quality control step in such studies is to undertake Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium (HWE) calculations. Deviations from HWE in the control group may reflect important(More)
The identification of disease-associated genes has recently gathered much attention for uncovering disease complex mechanisms that could lead to new insights into the treatment of diseases. For exploring disease-susceptible genes, not only experimental approaches such as genome-wide association studies (GWAS) have been used, but also computational methods.(More)
Detecting functional motifs in biological networks is one of the challenging problems in systems biology. Given a multiset of colors as query and a list-colored graph (an undirected graph with a set of colors assigned to each of its vertices), the problem is reduced to finding connected subgraphs, which best cover the multiset of query. To solve this(More)
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