Volume 12, Number 1, February 1996 Articles
- Giorgio Grillo, Marcella Attimonelli, Sabino Liuni, Graziano Pesole:
CLEANUP: a fast computer program for removing redundancies from nucleotide sequence databases.
- Malcolm F. Wilkins, Lynne Boddy, Colin W. Morris, Richard Jonker:
A comparison of some neural and non-neural methods for identification of phytoplankton from flow cytometry data.
- Sridhar Hannenhalli, W. Feldman, H. F. Lewis, Steven Skiena, Pavel A. Pevzner:
Positional sequencing by hybridization.
- E. S. Carter II, C. S. Tung:
NAMOT2 - a redesigned nucleic acid modeling tool: construction of non-canonical DNA structures.
- Xiaojun Guan, Edward C. Uberbacher:
Alignments of DNA and protein sequences containing frameshift errors.
- Piero Fariselli, Rita Casadio:
HTP: a neural network-based method for predicting the topology of helical transmembrane domains in proteins.
- Vsevolod Makeev, Vladimir G. Tumanyan:
Search of periodicities in primary structure of biopolymers: a general Fourier approach.
- A. Nandy:
Two-dimensional graphical representation of DNA sequences and intron-exon discrimination in intron-rich sequences.
- Guy Perrière, Jean Thioulouse:
On-line tools for sequence retrieval and multivariate statistics in molecular biology.
- F. Wolfertstetter, Kornelie Frech, Grit Herrmann, Thomas Werner:
Identification of functional elements in unaligned nucleic acid sequences by a novel tuple search algorithm.
Volume 12, Number 2, April 1996 Articles
- Carlo Caporale, Ciro Sepe, Carla Caruso, Anna M. Garzillo, Vincenzo Buonocore:
An algorithm to analyse the hydrolysis pathway of peptides and proteins by sequence analyses of unfractionated digestion mixtures.
- D. N. Perkins, Terri K. Attwood:
XFINGER: a tool for searching and visualising protein fingerprints and patterns.
- Richard Hughey, Anders Krogh:
Hidden Markov models for sequence analysis: extension and analysis of the basic method.
- Cathy H. Wu, S. Zhao, H.-L. Chen, C. J. Lo, Jerry McLarty:
Motif identification neural design for rapid and sensitive protein family search.
- W. Vahrson, Klaus Hermann, Jürgen Kleffe, Burghardt Wittig:
Object-oriented sequence analysis: SCL - a C++ class library.
- F. Eggenberger, Nicole Redaschi, Reinhard Doelz:
FastAlert - an automatic search system to alert about new entries in biological sequence databanks.
- Jorja G. Henikoff, Steven Henikoff:
Using substitution probabilities to improve position-specific scoring matrices.
- D. Curtis Jamison, Brad Mills, Bruce R. Schatz:
An extensible network query unification system for biological databases.
- G. Schaftenaar, K. Cuelenaere, Jan H. Noordik, Thure Etzold:
A Tcl-based SRS v.4 interface.
- D. S. Prestridge:
SIGNAL SCAN 4.0: additional databases and sequence formats.
Volume 12, Number 3, June 1996 Articles
- Igor B. Rogozin, Luciano Milanesi, Nikolay A. Kolchanov:
Gene structure prediction using information on homologous protein sequence.
- Bruce A. Shapiro, Jin Chu Wu:
An annealing mutation operator in the genetic algorithms for RNA folding.
- A. S. Law, D. W. Burt:
qValue - a program to calculate comparative measures of genomic reorganisation from cytogenetic and/or linkage information.
- J. A. Byers:
TAXOKEY: a universal taxonomic key program using DOS text files and graphics.
- Raj K. Singh, D. L. Hoffman, Stephen G. Tell, C. Thomas White:
BioSCAN: a network sharable computational resource for searching biosequence databases.
- Grit Herrmann, A. Schon, R. Brack-Werner, Thomas Werner:
CONRAD: a method for identification of variable and conserved regions within proteins by scale-space filtering.
- A. Nakaya, Kenjiro Taura, K. Yamamoto, Akinori Yonezawa:
Visualization of RNA secondary structures using highly parallel computers.
- Shigehiko Kanaya, Y. Kudo, Yasukazu Nakamura, Toshimichi Ikemura:
Detection of genes in Escherichia coli sequences determined by genome projects and prediction of protein production levels, based on multivariate diversity in codon usage.
- Jürgen Sühnel:
Image library of biological macromolecules.
- Y. Wada, H. Yasue:
Development of an animal genome database and its search system.
- Kirill Degtyarenko, Péter Fábián:
The directory of P450-containing systems on WorldWide Web.
- Jean-Paul Rolland, M. J. Flifla, Mireille Garreau, D. Thomas:
IBIS version 3: an OSF/Motif-based interface for IBIS - integrated biological imaging system.
- O. Matzura, A. Wennborg:
RNAdraw: an integrated program for RNA secondary structure calculation and analysis under 32-bit Microsoft Windows.
- Ross D. King, C. G. Angus:
PM - protein music.
- V. Proutski, E. Holmes:
Primer Master: a new program for the design and analysis of PCR primers.
- B. I. Osborne:
Three sets of Macintosh AppleScripts for the automatic submission of sequence data to the internet BLAST server.
Volume 12, Number 4, August 1996 Articles
- Jin Kim, James R. Cole, Sakti Pramanik:
Alignment of possible secondary structures in multiple RNA sequences using simulated annealing.
- Suchendra M. Bhandarkar, Sridhar Chirravuri, Jonathan Arnold:
PARODS - a study of parallel algorithms for ordering DNA sequences.
- Klaus Lindauer, Cezar Bendic, Jürgen Sühnel:
HBexplore - a new tool for identifying and analysing hydrogen bonding patterns in biological macromolecules.
- Ingrid B. Jakobsen, Simon Easteal:
A program for calculating and displaying compatibility matrices as an aid in determining reticulate evolution in molecular sequences.
- I. Kuznetsov, P. Morozov:
GEOMETRY: a software package for nucleotide sequence analysis using statistical geometry in sequence space.
- William Noble Grundy, Timothy L. Bailey, Charles Elkan:
ParaMEME: a parallel implementation and a web interface for a DNA and protein motif discovery tool.
- L. Hu, E. F. Saulinskas, P. Johnson, P. B. Harrington:
Development of an expert system for amino acid sequence identification.
- Cheng Che Chen, Richard O. Chen, Russ B. Altman:
Constraining volume by matching the moments of a distance distribution.
- Kimmen Sjölander, Kevin Karplus, Michael Brown, Richard Hughey, Anders Krogh, I. Saira Mian, David Haussler:
Dirichlet mixtures: a method for improved detection of weak but significant protein sequence homology.
- Joël-Paul Grillasca, Denis Aubert, Richard Planells, N. Domingo, H. Lafont:
LITTLE KEVIN: a program for the estimation of protein homology by analysing the amino acid compositions and sequences.
- M. P. Maradona:
Software for microbial fingerprinting by means of the infrared spectra.
- Roderic D. M. Page:
TreeView: an application to display phylogenetic trees on personal computers.
Volume 12, Number 5, October 1996 Articles
- Philipp Bucher, James W. Fickett, Artemis G. Hatzigeorgiou:
Computational analysis of transcriptional regulatory elements: a field in flux.
- C. Fondrat, A. Kalogeropoulos:
Approaching the function of new genes by detection of their potential upstream activation sequences in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: application to chromosome III.
- Craig J. Benham:
Computation of DNA structural variability - a new predictor of DNA regulatory regions.
- Alexander Bolshoy, I. Ioshikhes, Edward N. Trifonov:
Applicability of the multiple alignment algorithm for detection of weak patterns: periodically distributed DNA pattern as a study case.
- G. B. Hutchinson:
The prediction of vertebrate promoter regions using differential hexamer frequency analysis.
- Luciano Milanesi, M. Muselli, P. Arrigo:
Hamming-Clustering method for signals prediction in 5' and 3' regions of eukaryotic genes.
- Kerstin Quandt, Korbinian Grote, Thomas Werner:
GenomeInspector: a new approach to detect correlation patterns of elements on genomic sequences.
- David A. Rosenblueth, Denis Thieffry, Araceli M. Huerta, Heladia Salgado, Julio Collado-Vides:
Syntactic recognition of regulatory regions in Escherichia coli.
- Edward N. Trifonov:
Interfering contexts of regulatory sequence elements.
- Jean-Michel Claverie, Stéphane Audic:
The statistical significance of nucleotide position-weight matrix matches.
- Holger Karas, R. Knüppel, W. Schulz, Heinz Sklenar, Edgar Wingender:
Combining structural analysis of DNA with search routines for the detection of transcription regulatory elements.
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- Jens Hanke, Jens G. Reich:
Kohonen map as a visualization tool for the analysis of protein sequences: multiple alignments, domains and segments of secondary structures.
- F. Hospital, C. Dillmann, A. E. Melchinger:
A general algorithm to compute multilocus genotype frequencies under various mating systems.
- Gilles Labesse:
MulBlast 1.0: a multiple alignment of BLAST output to boost protein sequence similarity analysis.
- Andrew Rambaut, N. C. Grassly, S. Nee, P. H. Harvey:
Bi-De: an application for simulating phylogenetic processes.
- Richard Hughey:
Parallel hardware for sequence comparison and alignment.
- J. Wallman, G. A. Hoelzer, D. J. Melnick:
The effects of social structure, geographical structure, and population size on the evolution of mitochondrial DNA: I. A simulation model.
- U. S. Murty, K. Jamil, D. Krishna, P. J. Reddy:
Rule-based system for the fast identification of species of Indian Anopheline mosquitoes.
- X. Huang, J. Zhang:
Methods for comparing a DNA sequence with a protein sequence.
- Laurent Duret, Elisabeth Gasteiger, Guy Perrière:
LALNVIEW: a graphical viewer for pairwise sequence alignments.
- Ying Xu, Edward C. Uberbacher:
A polynomial-time algorithm for a class of protein threading problems.
- Guy Perrière, J. R. Lobry, Jean Thioulouse:
Correspondence discriminant analysis: a multivariate method for comparing classes of protein and nucleic acid sequences.
- Rob W. W. Hooft, Chris Sander, Michael Scharf, Gert Vriend:
The PDBFINDER database: a summary of PDB, DSSP and HSSP information with added value.
- Salvatore Lanzavecchia, L. Tosoni, Pier Luigi Bellon:
Fast sinogram computation and the sinogram-based alignment of images.
- W. J. Heitler:
A simple method for the removal of mains interference from pre-recorded electrophysiological data.
- Nicolas Galtier, Manolo Gouy, Christian Gautier:
SEAVIEW and PHYLO_WIN: two graphic tools for sequence alignment and molecular phylogeny.
- L. Tosoni, Salvatore Lanzavecchia, Pier Luigi Bellon:
Image and volume data rotation with 1- and 3-pass algorithms.
- J. Lazovic:
Selection of amino acid parameters for Fourier transform-based analysis of proteins.