Large scale features in DNA genomic signals

@article{Cristea2003LargeSF,
  title={Large scale features in DNA genomic signals},
  author={Paul Dan Cristea},
  journal={Signal Processing},
  year={2003},
  volume={83},
  pages={871-888}
}
Complex representations of the nucleotides, codons and amino acids derived from the projection of the Genetic Code Tetrahedron on adequately oriented planes are presented. By converting the sequences of nucleotides and polypeptides into digital genomic signals, this approach o2ers the possibility of using signal processing methods for the analysis of genomic information. New tools for genomic signal analysis are introduced at the nucleotide, codon and amino acid levels, in a multiresolution… CONTINUE READING
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