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We present a Bayesian approach to the problem of inferring the history of inversions separating homologous chromosomes from two different species. The method is based on Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) and takes full advantage of all the information from marker order. We apply the method both to...
Defining a microbial community and identifying bacteria, at least at the genus level, is a first step in predicting the behavior of a microbial community in bioremediation. In biological treatment systems, the most dominating groups observed are Pseudomonas, Moraxella, Acinetobactor,...
Two different machine-learning algorithms have been used to predict the blood–brain barrier permeability of different classes of molecules, to develop a method to predict the ability of drug compounds to penetrate the CNS. The first algorithm is based on a multilayer perceptron neural network...
The variability of the products of polymerase chain reactions, due to mutations and to incomplete replications, can have important clinical consequences. Sun (1995) and Weiss and von Haeseler (1995) modeled these errors by a branching process and introduced estimators of the mutation rate and of...
Accurately estimating probabilities from observations is important for probabilistic-based approaches to problems in computational biology. In this paper we present a biologically-motivated method for estimating probability distributions over discrete alphabets from observations using a mixture...
The problem of extracting from a set of nucleic acid sequences motifs which may have biological function is more and more important. In this paper, we are interested in particular motifs that may be implicated in the transcription process. These motifs, called structured motifs, are composed of...
Rapid advances in molecular genetics push the need for efficient data analysis. Advanced algorithms are necessary for extracting all possible information from large experimental data sets. We present a general linear algebra framework for quantitative trait loci (QTL) mapping, using both linear...
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