Advances in Bioinformatics

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Table of Contents: 2011

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  • Volume 2011
  • - Article ID 172615
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Neutropenia Prediction Based on First-Cycle Blood Counts Using a FOS-3NN Classifier

Elize A. Shirdel | Michael J. Korenberg | Yolanda Madarnas
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  • - Article ID 124062
  • - Review Article

Inferring Biological Mechanisms by Data-Based Mathematical Modelling: Compartment-Specific Gene Activation during Sporulation in Bacillus subtilis as a Test Case

Dagmar Iber
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  • - Article ID 736593
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Structural Basis for Species Selectivity in the HIV-1 gp120-CD4 Interaction: Restoring Affinity to gp120 in Murine CD4 Mimetic Peptides

Kristin Kassler | Julia Meier | ... | Heinrich Sticht
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  • - Article ID 210805
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Features-Based Deisotoping Method for Tandem Mass Spectra

Zheng Yuan | Jinhong Shi | ... | Fang-Xiang Wu
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  • - Article ID 524182
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Polynomial Supertree Methods Revisited

Malte Brinkmeyer | Thasso Griebel | Sebastian Böcker
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  • - Article ID 271563
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GenSensor Suite: A Web-Based Tool for the Analysis of Gene and Protein Interactions, Pathways, and Regulation

Mark Gosink | Sawsan Khuri | ... | Nicholas F. Tsinoremas
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  • - Article ID 801478
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Generation and Analysis of Large-Scale Data-Driven Mycobacterium tuberculosis Functional Networks for Drug Target Identification

Gaston K. Mazandu | Nicola J. Mulder
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  • Volume 2011
  • - Article ID 608295
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An Integrated Framework to Model Cellular Phenotype as a Component of Biochemical Networks

Michael Gormley | Viswanadha U. Akella | ... | Andrew A. Quong
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  • - Article ID 657341
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NovelSNPer: A Fast Tool for the Identification and Characterization of Novel SNPs and InDels

Jens Aßmus | Armin O. Schmitt | ... | Gudrun A. Brockmann
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  • - Article ID 958129
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Prediction of Enzyme Mutant Activity Using Computational Mutagenesis and Incremental Transduction

Nada Basit | Harry Wechsler
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  • Volume 2011
  • - Article ID 261514
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A Growth Curve Model with Fractional Polynomials for Analysing Incomplete Time-Course Data in Microarray Gene Expression Studies

Qihua Tan | Mads Thomassen | ... | Torben A. Kruse
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  • Volume 2011
  • - Article ID 457578
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Computational Design of a DNA- and Fc-Binding Fusion Protein

Jonas Winkler | Giuliano Armano | ... | Dominik Heider
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  • Volume 2011
  • - Article ID 184731
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Data-Driven Compensation for Flow Cytometry of Solid Tissues

Nickolaas Maria van Rodijnen | Math Pieters | ... | Marius Nap
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  • - Article ID 506583
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Predicting Flavonoid UGT Regioselectivity

Rhydon Jackson | Debra Knisley | ... | Phillip Pfeiffer
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  • Volume 2011
  • - Article ID 176813
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Cotranslational Protein Folding and Terminus Hydrophobicity

Sheenal Srivastava | Yumi Patton | ... | Graham R. Wood

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