Additive methods for genomic signatures

@inproceedings{Karamichalis2016AdditiveMF,
  title={Additive methods for genomic signatures},
  author={Rallis Karamichalis and Lila Kari and Stavros Konstantinidis and Steffen Kopecki and Stephen Solis-Reyes},
  booktitle={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2016}
}
Studies exploring the potential of Chaos Game Representations (CGR) of genomic sequences to act as “genomic signatures” (to be species- and genome-specific) showed that CGR patterns of nuclear and organellar DNA sequences of the same organism can be very different. While the hypothesis that CGRs of mitochondrial DNA sequences can act as genomic signatures was validated for a snapshot of all sequenced mitochondrial genomes available in the NCBI GenBank sequence database, to our knowledge no such… CONTINUE READING