The ten most wanted solutions in protein bioinformatics

@inproceedings{Tramontano2005TheTM,
  title={The ten most wanted solutions in protein bioinformatics},
  author={Anna Tramontano},
  year={2005}
}
  • Anna Tramontano
  • Published 2005
  • Biology
  • Problem 1 Protein Sequence Alignment Introduction to the Problem, The Evolution of Proteins (Evolution-Based Inference of Protein Function, Orthology and Paralogy, Protein Families, Similarity Matrices, Indel Penalties, Local versus Global Alignment), How Do We Align Sequences? (Global Alignment of Two Protein Sequences:, The Needleman and Wunsch Algorithm, Local Alignment of Two Protein Sequences:, The Smith and Waterman Algorithm, Multiple-Sequence Alignments, Profiles, Hidden Markov Models… CONTINUE READING

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