Chargaff's "Grammar of Biology": New Fractal-like Rules

@article{Yamagishi2011ChargaffsO,
  title={Chargaff's "Grammar of Biology": New Fractal-like Rules},
  author={M. Yamagishi and R. Herai},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2011},
  volume={abs/1112.1528}
}
Chargaff once said that "I saw before me in dark contours the beginning of a grammar of Biology. [...] Key Result We hope that these new invariant genomic rules may be used in different contexts since short read data bias detection to genome assembly quality assessment.Expand
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