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Bioinformatics Research and Development [electronic resource] : First International Conference, BIRD 2007, Berlin, Germany, March 12-14, 2007, Proceedings / edited by Sepp Hochreiter, Roland Wagner.

Edition:
1st ed. 2007.
Publication:
Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2007.
Series:
Computer Science (Springer-11645)
Lecture notes in computer science. Lecture notes in bioinformatics 4414
Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics ; 4414
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1 online resource (XVI, 482 pages)
Subjects:
Life sciences.
Bioinformatics.
Data mining.
Artificial intelligence.
Information storage and retrieval.
Mathematical statistics.
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This volume contains the papers which were selected for oral presentation at the first Bioinformatics Research and Development (BIRD) conference held in Berlin, Germany during March 12-14, 2007. BIRD covers a wide range of topics related to bioinformatics like microarray data, genomics, single nucleotide polymorphism, sequence analysis, systems biology, medical applications, proteomics, information systems. The conference was very competitive. From about 140 submissions only 36 were selected by the Program Committee for oral presentation at BIRD and for publication in these proceedings. The acceptance rate was 1/4. The decisions of the Program Committee were guided by the recommendations of several reviewers for each paper. It should be mentioned that these proceedings have companion proceedings published by the Austrian Computer Society where selected poster presentations of the BIRD conference are included. The invited talk titled "From Flies to Human Disease" by Josef Penninger, one of the leading researcher in genetic experiments for investigating disease pathogenesis, was very inspiring and gave new insights into future bioinformatics challenges.
Contents:
Session 1: Microarray and Systems Biology I (Networks)
Bayesian Inference of Gene Regulatory Networks Using Gene Expression Time Series Data
Biological Network Inference Using Redundancy Analysis
A Novel Graph Optimisation Algorithm for the Extraction of Gene Regulatory Networks from Temporal Microarray Data
Session 2: Microarray and Systems Biology II
Analysing Periodic Phenomena by Circular PCA
Identification of Cold-Induced Genes in Cereal Crops and Arabidopsis Through Comparative Analysis of Multiple EST Sets
Mining Spatial Gene Expression Data for Association Rules
Session 3: Medical, SNPs, Genomics I
Individualized Predictions of Survival Time Distributions from Gene Expression Data Using a Bayesian MCMC Approach
Comparing Logic Regression Based Methods for Identifying SNP Interactions
Stochastical Analysis of Finite Point Sampling of 3D Chromatin Fiber in Interphase Cell Nuclei
Session 4: Medical, SNPs, Genomics II
Structural Screening of HIV-1 Protease/Inhibitor Docking by Non-parametric Binomial Distribution Test
satDNA Analyzer 1.2 as a Valuable Computing Tool for Evolutionary Analysis of Satellite-DNA Families: Revisiting Y-Linked Satellite-DNA Sequences of Rumex (Polygonaceae)
A Soft Hierarchical Algorithm for the Clustering of Multiple Bioactive Chemical Compounds
Session 5: Systems Biology
A Novel Method for Flux Distribution Computation in Metabolic Networks
Inverse Bifurcation Analysis of a Model for the Mammalian G 1/S Regulatory Module
Weighted Cohesiveness for Identification of Functional Modules and Their Interconnectivity
Modelling and Simulation of the Genetic Phenomena of Additivity and Dominance via Gene Networks of Parallel Aggregation Processes
Session 6: Sequence Analysis I (Coding)
Protein Remote Homology Detection Based on Binary Profiles
Biological Sequences Encoding for Supervised Classification
Fast Search Algorithms for Position Specific Scoring Matrices
Session 7: Sequence Analysis II
A Markovian Approach for the Segmentation of Chimpanzee Genome
Synthetic Protein Sequence Oversampling Method for Classification and Remote Homology Detection in Imbalanced Protein Data
Stem Kernels for RNA Sequence Analyses
Prediction of Structurally-Determined Coiled-Coil Domains with Hidden Markov Models
Session 8: Proteomics I
Patch Prediction of Protein Interaction Sites: Validation of a Scoring Function for an Online Server
Statistical Inference on Distinct RNA Stem-Loops in Genomic Sequences
Interpretation of Protein Subcellular Location Patterns in 3D Images Across Cell Types and Resolutions
Session 9: Proteomics II (Measurements)
Bayesian Inference for 2D Gel Electrophoresis Image Analysis
SimShiftDB: Chemical-Shift-Based Homology Modeling
Annotation of LC/ESI-MS Mass Signals
Session 10: Proteomics III (Structure)
Stochastic Protein Folding Simulation in the d-Dimensional HP-Model
Enhancing Protein Disorder Detection by Refined Secondary Structure Prediction
Joining Softassign and Dynamic Programming for the Contact Map Overlap Problem
Session 11: Databases, Web and Text Analysis
An Evaluation of Text Retrieval Methods for Similarity Search of Multi-dimensional NMR-Spectra
Ontology-Based MEDLINE Document Classification
Integrating Mutations Data of the TP53 Human Gene in the Bioinformatics Network Environment
Efficient and Scalable Indexing Techniques for Biological Sequence Data.
Contributor:
Hochreiter, Sepp, editor., Editor,
Wagner, Roland, editor., Editor,
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