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proceedings of the ieee cover mar 2017
proceedings of the ieee cover mar 2017

Special Issue: Bioinformatics of DNA

Volume 105, Issue 3

March 2017

Guest Editors

Special Issue Papers

By L. S. Heath, H. C. Bravo, M. Caccamo, and M. Schatz

By K. M. Steinberg, V. A. Schneider, C. Alkan, M. J. Montague, W. C. Warren, D. M. Church, and R. K. Wilson

This paper reviews the problems and algorithms of assembling a complete genome from millions of short DNA sequencing reads.

By S. Canzar and S. L. Salzberg

This paper discusses the challenge of mapping short DNA reads to an existing target genome, covering the approaches and the current tools for addressing this problem.

By X. Zhang, S. Liu, H. Cui, and T. Chen

This paper addresses the computational processing of metagenomic data, describing the typical pipeline of a variety of software tools for the task and the current state of the art.

By V. Jamilloux, J. Daron, F. Choulet, and H. Quesneville

This paper introduces a computational method for annotating an important class of repetitive sequences, called transposable elements, in the wheat genome.

By S. Ansari, C. Voichita, M. Donato, R. Tagett, and S. Draghici

This paper describes a new computational analysis method for gene expression data that utilizes all the data effectively for identifying the dynamics of biological pathways.

By T. Nguyen, C. Mitrea, R. Tagett, and S. Draghici

This paper proposes DANUBE, a new unbiased method of statistical meta-analysis that is applied to combine the results of multiple experiments performed for the same biological condition.

By K. Harris, T. L. Parsons, U. Z. Ijaz, L. Lahti, I. Holmes, and C. Quince

This paper addresses the issue of a species occupying a specific ecological niche by introducing a new algorithmic model that overcomes shortcomings of the traditional neutral models.

By M. Mignardi, O. Ishaq, X. Qian, and C. Wählby

This paper reviews image processing techniques for measuring gene expression in different regions of tissue samples.

By R. M. Layer and A. R. Quinlan

This paper proposes a parallel algorithm for computing the intersection of multiple sets of genomic sequences.

By N. Dowlin, R. Gilad-Bachrach, K. Laine, K. Lauter, M. Naehrig, and J. Wernsing

This paper provides a new homomorphic encryption algorithm and associated software for bioinformatics to enhance the security and privacy associated with computing on human genomes.

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