Mathematical Approaches to Polymer Sequence Analysis and Related Problems

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Renato Bruni
Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 17, 2010 - Science - 248 pages
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An edited volume describing the latest developments in approaching the problem of polymer sequence analysis, with special emphasis on the most relevant biopolymers (peptides and DNA) but not limited to them. The chapters will include peptide sequence analysis, DNA sequence analysis, analysis of biopolymers and nonpolymers, sequence alignment problems, and more.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Complete and Exact Peptide Sequence Analysis Based on Propositional Logic
1
Chapter 2 Divide and Conquer Strategies for Protein Structure Prediction
23
Chapter 3 Secondary Structure Classification of Isoform Protein Markers in Oncology
47
Chapter 4 Protein Fold Recognition Using Markov Logic Networks
69
Chapter 5 Mining Spatial Association Rules for Composite Motif Discovery
86
Chapter 6 Modeling Biochemical Pathways
111
Chapter 7 Haplotype Inference Using Propositional Satisfiability
127
Chapter 8 Estimating Phylogenies from Molecular Data
148
Chapter 9 Population Stratification Analysis in GenomeWide Association Studies
177
Chapter 10 Predicting and Measuring the Sequence Distribution of Addition Polymers
197
Chapter 11 Predicting and Measuring the Sequence Distribution of Condensation Polymers
227
Index
247
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