• Be-CoDiS

  • Referenced in 10 articles [sw15918]
  • epidemic. Ebola virus disease is a lethal human and primate disease that currently requires ... Spread (Be-CoDiS), to study the evolution of human diseases within and between countries ... model in predicting the EVD evolution between countries starting from the index cases in Guinea...
  • abcrf

  • Referenced in 10 articles [sw21308]
  • population genetics example dealing with human population evolution. All methods designed here have been incorporated...
  • FacetNet

  • Referenced in 15 articles [sw20426]
  • analyze the community evolution. These communities are inherent characteristics of human interaction in online social ... traditional two-step approach to analyze community evolutions. In the traditional approach, communities are first...
  • iKcr-PseEns

  • Referenced in 19 articles [sw25199]
  • evolution-conserved histone posttranslational modification (PTM), occurring in both human somatic and mouse male germ...
  • SEGM

  • Referenced in 5 articles [sw30070]
  • server (Stochastic Evolution of Genetic Motifs): An application to splice sites of human genome introns ... Genetic Motifs) in order to study the evolution of genetic motifs both in the direct ... inverse mutations of splice sites of human genome introns. SEGM is freely accessible...
  • BLASTZ

  • Referenced in 11 articles [sw22996]
  • Mouse Genome Analysis Consortium aligned the human and mouse genome sequences for a variety ... various needs. For investigating issues regarding genome evolution, a particularly sensitive method was needed...
  • iMethyl-PseAAC

  • Referenced in 21 articles [sw22443]
  • crucial for dynamic proteome analysis of various human diseases and epigenetic inheritance ... vector, formed by incorporating its physicochemical, sequence evolution, biochemical, and structural disorder information into...
  • T-REKS

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw22483]
  • human diseases. At the same time, frequently, protein repeats are strongly degenerated during evolution...
  • BIOMET

  • Referenced in 10 articles [sw02474]
  • modalities. Information technology innovations involve a constant evolution of man-machine interaction modes. Automated authentication ... modalities can be envisaged, such as: fingerprint, human face images, hand shape, voice, handwritten signature...
  • OrthoMCL

  • Referenced in 14 articles [sw29602]
  • useful for genome annotation, studies on gene/protein evolution, comparative genomics, and the identification of taxonomically ... data set from seven publicly available genomes (human, fly, worm, yeast, Arabidopsis, the malaria parasite...
  • CrocoCosmos

  • Referenced in 4 articles [sw13547]
  • Programs. Software belongs to the most complex human-made artifacts. The size and complexity ... which typically go through a long lasting evolution process with adaptations and extensions...
  • Mugsy

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw16994]
  • study of populations, pan-genomes, and genome evolution. Results: We present a new multiple alignment ... evaluated for the multiple alignment of assembled human chromosome sequences from four individuals. Mugsy does...
  • i-ADHoRe

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw29669]
  • identified more than 400 regions in the human genome showing significant functional coherence. The different ... remain a powerful tool to study genome evolution...
  • RAT

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw33215]
  • prevailing drive in shaping genome evolution. RAT (Recombination Analysis Tool) is a Java-based tool ... most common cause of viral gastroenteritis in humans...
  • MPBind

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw34401]
  • most enriched aptamers in Systematic Evolution of Ligands by EXponential enrichment (SELEX) rounds display poor ... Binding potential of SELEX-derived aptamers. Using human embryonic stem cell SELEX-Seq data, MPBind...
  • ttime

  • Referenced in 0 articles [sw19007]
  • provide information about both neural development and evolution. Yet neurodevelopmental event timing data available from ... published literature are incomplete, particularly for humans. Experimental documentation of unknown event timings requires considerable...
  • PINALOG

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw34153]
  • only provides a better understanding of species evolution but also helps with detecting conserved functional ... sequence, function and network topology. Alignment of human and yeast PPINs reveals several conserved subnetworks...
  • C-GRAAL

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw08317]
  • similar impact on our understanding of evolution, biological function, and disease as did sequence comparison ... GRAAL can be used to align human–pathogen inter-species PPI networks and that...
  • MindTheGap

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw34558]
  • Insertions play an important role in genome evolution. However, such variants are difficult to detect ... When applied to real Caenorhabditis elegans and human NA12878 datasets, MindTheGap detected and correctly assembled...
  • DHLO

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw18810]
  • this fact, this paper proposes a Diverse Human Learning Optimization algorithm (DHLO), into which ... eight meta-heuristics, i.e. the Binary Differential Evolution, Simplified Binary Artificial Fish Swarm Algorithm, Adaptive...