ECCB 2003
ECCB 2003 Organization
Computational detection of cis-regulatory modules
Metabolic economics and microbial proteome evolution
Searching for statistically significant regulatory modules
Ab initio reconstruction of metabolic pathways
How significant is 98.5% ‘junk’ in mammalian genomes?
HMM sampling and applications to gene finding and alternative splicing
Predicting gene function in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Exploring potential target genes of signaling pathways by predicting conserved transcription factor binding sites
Probabilistic models for identifying regulation networks
Inferring strengths of protein-protein interactions from experimental data using linear programming
Upper bounds on maximum likelihood for phylogenetic trees
A rapid method for detection of putative RNAi target genes in genomic data
A novel approach to fold recognition using sequence-derived properties from sets of structurally similar local fragments of proteins
Analyzing resistance phenomena in HIV with bioinformatics methods
Discovery of significant rules for classifying cancer diagnosis data
Modeling sequencing errors by combining Hidden Markov models
A suffix tree approach to the interpretation of tandem mass spectra
Artificial gene networks for objective comparison of analysis algorithms
MCMC genome rearrangement
Gene networks inference using dynamic Bayesian networks
Finding subtle motifs by branching from sample strings
The shortest common supersequence problem in a microarray production setting
Reconstructing tumor genome architectures
A description of dynamical graphs associated to elementary regulatory circuits
Fast feature selection using a simple estimation of distribution algorithm
Divide-and-conquer multiple alignment with segment-based constraints
Biclustering microarray data by Gibbs sampling
Finding optimal degenerate patterns in DNA sequences
Gene prediction with a hidden Markov model and a new intron submodel
Sources of genetic and phenotypic variability
Estimating gene networks from gene expression data by combining Bayesian network model with promoter element detection
The proteome and the metabolome
Extracting active pathways from gene expression data
Comparative genomics of malaria parasites and its exploitation in a rodent malaria model
Flexible structure alignment by chaining aligned fragment pairs allowing twists