Combinatorial Structure of Genome Rearrangements Scenarios

@article{Ouangraoua2010CombinatorialSO,
  title={Combinatorial Structure of Genome Rearrangements Scenarios},
  author={A{\"i}da Ouangraoua and Anne Bergeron},
  journal={Journal of computational biology : a journal of computational molecular cell biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={17 9},
  pages={
          1129-44
        }
}
  • Aïda Ouangraoua, Anne Bergeron
  • Published 28 September 2010
  • Mathematics
  • Journal of computational biology : a journal of computational molecular cell biology
In genome rearrangement theory, one of the elusive questions raised in recent years is the enumeration of rearrangement scenarios between two genomes. This problem is related to the uniform generation of rearrangement scenarios and the derivation of tests of statistical significance of the properties of these scenarios. Here we give an exact formula for the number of double-cut-and-join (DCJ) rearrangement scenarios between two genomes. We also construct effective bijections between the set of… 

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