Decomposition and Reconstruction of Protein Sequences: The Problem of Uniqueness and Factorizable Langauge

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In our attempt to justify the CVTree approach of inferring phylogenetic relationship among bacteria from their complete genomes without using sequence alignment, we encountered the problem of the uniqueness of the reconstruction of a protein sequence from its constituent K-peptides, which has a natural relation to a well-understood problem in graph theory… (More)

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@inproceedings{Shi2007DecompositionAR, title={Decomposition and Reconstruction of Protein Sequences: The Problem of Uniqueness and Factorizable Langauge}, author={Xiaoli Shi and Huimin Xie and Shuyu Zhang and Bailin Hao}, year={2007} }