BIO/CSC 295 2011F Bioinformatics

Class 13: Gene Prediction (1)

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Held: Thursday, 6 October 2011

Summary: We consider ways in which we can computationally identify genes (or sequences likely to be genes) in longer DNA sequences.

Related Pages:

Notes:

Overview:

The Shortest Superstring Problem, Revisited

Gene Prediction: Going Beyond DNA Sequences

Review: What is a Gene?

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Strategies for Gene Prediction

Obstacles to Gene Prediction

Why Sam Loves Gene Prediction

Web Exploration

Project 6.5

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