Correction: genetic algorithm learning as a robust approach to RNA editing site site prediction

@inproceedings{Thompson2006CorrectionGA,
  title={Correction: genetic algorithm learning as a robust approach to RNA editing site site prediction},
  author={James M Thompson and Shuba Gopal},
  booktitle={BMC bioinformatics},
  year={2006}
}
After the publication of [1], we were alerted to an error in our data. The error was an one-off miscalculation in the extraction of position information for our set of true negatives. Our data set should have used randomly selected non-edited cytosines (C) as true negatives, but the data generation phase resulted in a set of nucleotides that were each one nucleotide downstream of known, unedited cytosines. The consequences of this error are reflected in changes to our results, although the… CONTINUE READING

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