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Biological sequence analysis

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Author: T. P. Speed
Url: http://arxiv.org/abs/math.PR/0304372
Format: Ps, Pdf
Category: Biological Physics
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This talk will review a little over a decade's research on applying certain stochastic models to biological sequence analysis. The models themselves have a longer history, going back over 30 years, although many novel variants have arisen since that time. The function of the models in biological sequence analysis is to summarize the information concerning what is known as a motif or a domain in bioinformatics, and to provide a tool for discovering instances of that motif or domain in a separate sequence segment.

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