An automated method for rapid identification of putative gene family members in plants
"This study has simplified the gene family identification process by automating the various steps and developing the applications SimESTs, PCAT, SCAT, and has significantly reduced the time taken for identifying gene families from ESTs. One can quickly identify the gene families in plants that exhibit a purifying selection between members. In addition, the applications have been used to test the quality of the clusters produced by existing clustering algorithms such as Unigene"--Abstract, leaf iii.
Frank, Ronald L.
M.S. in Computer Science
University of Missouri--Rolla
ix, 45 leaves
© 2006 Ajay Mane, All rights reserved.
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Arabidopsis -- Genetics
Genes -- Identification
Genetics -- Data processing
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Mane, Ajay, "An automated method for rapid identification of putative gene family members in plants" (2006). Masters Theses. 3837.
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