Species-specific Typing of DNA Based on Palindrome Frequency Patterns

@inproceedings{LampreaBurgunder2011SpeciesspecificTO,
  title={Species-specific Typing of DNA Based on Palindrome Frequency Patterns},
  author={Estelle Lamprea-Burgunder and Philipp Ludin and Pascal M{\"a}ser},
  booktitle={DNA research : an international journal for rapid publication of reports on genes and genomes},
  year={2011}
}
DNA in its natural, double-stranded form may contain palindromes, sequences which read the same from either side because they are identical to their reverse complement on the sister strand. Short palindromes are underrepresented in all kinds of genomes. The frequency distribution of short palindromes exhibits more than twice the inter-species variance of non-palindromic sequences, which renders palindromes optimally suited for the typing of DNA. Here, we show that based on palindrome frequency… CONTINUE READING
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