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A theory for assessing the statistical significance of structure alignment is developed using a random or Gaussian chain model. In this model, we consider the statistical distribution of the root mean square distance ( rmsd ) of the alignment between two random chains of equal length and common...
To fully elucidate the functional relationship between DNA methylation and histone hypoacetylation in gene silencing, we have developed an integrated "triple" microarray system that allows us to begin to decipher the influence of epigenetic hierarchies on the regulation of gene expression in...
We construct a combinatorially exact probability distribution for the problem of a priori clone overlap assessment in DNA fingerprint mapping. It is implemented as a general enumeration methodology using Bellâs exponential polynomials. Established computational metrics do not consider the...
A central issue in molecular biology is understanding the regulatory mechanisms that control gene expression. The availability of whole genome sequences opens the way for computational methods to search for the key elements in transcription regulation. These include methods for discovering the...
The relative solvent accessibility (RSA) of an amino acid residue in a protein structure is a real number that represents the solvent exposed surface area of this residue in relative terms. The problem of predicting the RSA from the primary amino acid sequence can therefore be cast as a...
Palindromes are symmetrical words of DNA in the sense that they read exactly the same as their reverse complementary sequences. Representing the occurrences of palindromes in a DNA molecule as points on the unit interval, the scan statistics can be used to identify regions of unusually high...
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