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Tandem mass spectrometry has emerged to be one of the most powerful high-throughput techniques for protein identification. Tandem mass spectrometry selects and fragments peptides of interest into N-terminal ions and C-terminal ions, and it measures the mass/charge ratios of these ions. The de...
In this report, we examine the validity of the haplotype block concept by comparing block decompositions derived from public data sets by variants of several leading methods of block detection. We first develop a statistical method for assessing the concordance of two block decompositions. We...
Given a set of related proteins, two important problems in biology are the inference of protein subsets such that members of one subset share a common function and the identification of protein regions that possess functional significance. The former is typically approached by hierarchical...
Affymetrix high-density oligonucleotide array is a tool that has the capacity to simultaneously measure the abundance of thousands of mRNA sequences in biological samples. In order to allow direct array-to-array comparisons, normalization is a necessity. When deciding on an appropriate...
We have applied an algorithmic methodology which provably decomposes any complex network into a complete family of principal subcircuits to study the minimal circuits that describe the Krebs cycle. Every operational behavior that the network is capable of exhibiting can be represented by some...
The ratio of the average of the square of the number of the nucleotides to that of the random sequence of the same strand bias is proposed as a quantitative measure of evolution in some coding DNA sequences. Applying this measure to the phosphoglycerate kinase gene we observe a monotonic rise of...
In the original paper, Goldman et al. (2000) launched the study of the inverse problems in combinatorial chemistry, which is closely related to the design of combinatorial libraries for drug discovery. Following their ideas, we investigate four other topological indices, i.e., the σ -index, the...
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