Discovering meaning from biological sequences: focus on predicting misannotated proteins, binding patterns, and g4-quadruplex secondary structures

@inproceedings{Honavar2013DiscoveringMF,
  title={Discovering meaning from biological sequences: focus on predicting misannotated proteins, binding patterns, and g4-quadruplex secondary structures},
  author={Vasant G Honavar and Drena Dobbs and Carson M. Andorf},
  year={2013}
}
Proteins are the principal catalytic agents, structural elements, signal transmitters, transporters, and molecular machines in cells. Experimental determination of protein function is expensive in time and resources compared to computational methods. Hence, assigning proteins function, predicting protein binding patterns, and understanding protein regulation are important problems in functional genomics and key challenges in bioinformatics. This dissertation comprises of three studies. In the… CONTINUE READING

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