Recent Advances on the Machine Learning Methods in Identifying DNA Replication Origins in Eukaryotic Genomics

@article{Dao2018RecentAO,
  title={Recent Advances on the Machine Learning Methods in Identifying DNA Replication Origins in Eukaryotic Genomics},
  author={Fu-Ying Dao and Hao Lv and Fang Wang and Hui Ding},
  journal={Frontiers in Genetics},
  year={2018},
  volume={9}
}
The initiate site of DNA replication is called origins of replication (ORI) which is regulated by a set of regulatory proteins and plays important roles in the basic biochemical process during cell growth and division in all living organisms. Therefore, the study of ORIs is essential for understanding the cell-division cycle and gene expression regulation so that scholars can develop a new strategy against genetic diseases by using the knowledge of DNA replication. Thus, the accurate… 

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