Local Substitutability for Sequence Generalization

@inproceedings{COSTE2012LocalSF,
  title={Local Substitutability for Sequence Generalization},
  author={FRANCOIS. COSTE},
  year={2012}
}
Genomic banks are fed continuously by large sets of DNA or RNA sequences coming from high throughput machines. Protein annotation is a task of first importance with respect to these banks. It consists of retrieving the genes that code for proteins within the sequences and then predict the function of these new proteins in the cell by comparison with known families. Many methods have been designed to characterize protein families and discover new members, mainly based on subsets of regular… CONTINUE READING

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