Advances in Bioinformatics

Table of Contents: 2008

  • Advances in Bioinformatics -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 719468
  • - Research Article

A Pathway Analysis Tool for Analyzing Microarray Data of Species with Low Physiological Information

M. F. W. te Pas | S. van Hemert | ... | M. A. Smits
  • Advances in Bioinformatics -
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  • Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 789026
  • - Research Article

NCR-PCOPGene: An Exploratory Tool for Analysis of Sample-Classes Effect on Gene-Expression Relationships

Juan Cedano | Mario Huerta | Enrique Querol
  • Advances in Bioinformatics -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 205969
  • - Research Article

Metagenome Fragment Classification Using 𝑁 -Mer Frequency Profiles

Gail Rosen | Elaine Garbarine | ... | Bahrad Sokhansanj
  • Advances in Bioinformatics -
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  • Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 369830
  • - Research Article

Genomic Promoter Analysis Predicts Functional Transcription Factor Binding

J. Sunil Rao | Suresh Karanam | ... | Carlos S. Moreno
  • Advances in Bioinformatics -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 719818
  • - Research Article

Comparing Quantitative Trait Loci and Gene Expression Data

Bing Han | Naomi S. Altman | ... | David J. Vandenbergh
  • Advances in Bioinformatics -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 420747
  • - Resource Review

Genevestigator V3: A Reference Expression Database for the Meta-Analysis of Transcriptomes

Tomas Hruz | Oliver Laule | ... | Philip Zimmermann
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 257864
  • - Review Article

A Tutorial of the Poisson Random Field Model in Population Genetics

Praveen Sethupathy | Sridhar Hannenhalli
  • Advances in Bioinformatics -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 897019
  • - Research Article

Automated Quantitative Assessment of Proteins' Biological Function in Protein Knowledge Bases

Gabriele Mayr | Günter Lepperdinger | Peter Lackner

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