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9789810232788

Biocomputing '98 : Proceedings of the Pacific Symposium Maui, Hawaii, U. S. A. 4-9 January, 1998

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    9789810232788

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1998-03-01
  • Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc
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The Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing brings together key researchers from the international biocomputing community. PSB is designed to be maximally responsive to the need for critical mass in subdisciplines within biocomputing. These proceedings contain peer-reviewed articles in computational biology.

Table of Contents

Preface v
GENE EXPRESSION AND GENETIC NETWORKS
Session Introduction
3(3)
B. Bryant
A. Milosavljevic
R. Somogyi
Automated Assay of Gene Expression at Cellular Resolution
6(12)
D. Kosman
J. Reinitz
D. H. Sharp
REVEAL, A General Reverse Engineering Algorithm for Inference of Genetic Network Architectures
18(12)
S. Liang
S. Fuhrman
R. Somogyi
A Gene Network Approach to Modeling Early Neurogenesis in Drosophila
30(12)
G. Marnellos
E. Mjolsness
Cluster Analysis and Data Visualization of Large-Scale Gene Expression Data
42(12)
G. S. Michaels
D. B. Carr
M. Askenazi
S. Fuhrman
X. Wen
R. Somogyi
Rules for the Evolution of Gene Circuitry
54(12)
M. A. Savageau
Modeling the Normal and Neoplastic Cell Cycle With ``Realistic Boolean Genetic Networks'': Their Application for Understanding Carcinogenesis and Assessing Therapeutic Strategies
66(11)
Z. Szallasi
S. Liang
Qualitative Analysis of Gene Networks
77(12)
D. Thieffry
R. Thomas
Genomic Regulation Modeled as a Network with Basins of Attraction
89(14)
A. Wuensche
MOLECULES TO MAPS: TOOLS FOR VISUALIZATION AND INTERACTION IN COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY
Session Introduction
103(3)
T. E. Ferrin
E. T. Kraemer
DINAMO: A Coupled Sequence Alignment Editor/Molecular Graphics Tool for Interactive Homology Modeling of Proteins
106(12)
M. Hansen
J. Bentz
A. Baucom
L. Gregoret
A Prototype Molecular Interactive Collaborative Environment (MICE)
118(12)
P. Bourne
M. Gribskov
G. Johnson
J. Moreland
S. Wavra
H. Weissig
Reusable Graphical Interface to Genome Information Resources
130(12)
A. Grigoriev
Visualization Based on the Enzyme Commission Nomenclature
142(11)
I. Shah
L. Hunter
Wavelet-Assisted Volume Ray Casting
153(12)
T. He
Visualizing Nerve Cells with VolVis
165(12)
A. Kaufman
A Virtual Laboratory Notebook for Simulation Models
177(12)
A. J. Winfield
MAVIS: An Interactive Visualization Tool for Computational Chemistry Calculations in a Distributed Networked Environment
189(12)
C. I. Parkinson
M. D. Cooper
W. T. Hewitt
I. H. Hillier
A High-throughput Graphics Library Designed for a Portable Molecular Structure Viewer
201(12)
Y. Ueno
K. Asai
GENE STRUCTURE IDENTIFICATION IN LARGE-SCALE GENOMIC SEQUENCE
Session Introduction
213(4)
E. C. Uberbacher
Y. Xu
An Editing Environment for DNA Sequence Analysis and Annotation
217(11)
E. C. Uberbacher
Y. Xu
M. B. Shah
V. Olman
M. Parang
R. J. Mural
Recognition of Human Genes by Stochastic Parsing
228(12)
K. Asai
K. Itou
Y. Ueno
T. Yada
Discrimination Study of Human Core-Promoters
240(12)
M. Q. Zhang
Automatic Extraction of Position Specific Cooccurrence of Transcription Factor Bindings on Promoters
252(12)
T. Tsunoda
T. Takagi
A. Computational ``Genome Walk'' Technique To Identify Regulatory Interactions in Gene Networks
264(15)
A. Wagner
Deriving Ribosomal Binding Site (RBS) Statistical Models from Unannotated DNA Sequences and the Use of an RBS Model for N-terminal Prediction
279(12)
W. S. Hayes
M. Borodovsky
The GAIA Software Framework for Genome Annotation
291(12)
G. C. Overton
C. Bailey
J. Crabtree
M. Gibson
S. Fischer
J. Schug
MOLECULAR MODELING IN DRUG DESIGN AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
Session Introduction
303(2)
J. Bajorath
T. E. Klein
T. P. Lybrand
Focus-2D: A New Approach to the Design of Targeted Combinatorial Chemical Libraries
305(12)
S. J. Cho
W. Zheng
A. Tropsha
Surface Solid Angle-Based Site Points for Molecular Docking
317(10)
D. K. Hendrix
I. D. Kuntz
Molecular Modeling Information Transfer with VRML: From Small Molecules to Large Systems in Bioscience
327(12)
G. Moeckel
M. Keil
T. Exner
J. Brickmann
Empirical Free Energy Calculations on Phage 434 Repressor- and cro-DNA Complexes Support the `Indirect Readout' Hypothesis of Specificity
339(10)
L. M. Brown
R. E. Bruccoleri
J. Novotny
The Object Technology Framework: An Object-Oriented Interface to Molecular Data and its Application to Collagen
349(13)
C. C. Huang
G. S. Couch
E. F. Pettersen
T. E. Ferrin
A. E. Howard
T. E. Klein
Molecular Anchors with Large Stability Gaps Ensure Linear Binding Free Energy Relationships for Hydrophobic Substituents
362(12)
P. A. Rejto
G. M. Verkhivker
PROTEIN STRUCTURE PREDICTION
Session Introduction
374(3)
R. H. Lathrop
Combined Multiple Sequence Reduced Protein Model Approach to Predict the Tertiary Structure of Small Proteins
377(12)
A. R. Ortiz
A. Kolinski
J. Skolnick
Using Constraint Programming for Lattice Protein Folding
389(12)
R. Backofen
Are Binding Residues Conserved?
401(12)
C. Ouzounis
C. Perez-Irratxeta
C. Sander
A. Valencia
Linear Programming Based Approach to the Derivation of a Contact Potential for Protein Threading
413(12)
T. Akutsu
H. Tashimo
A Protein Conformational Search Space Defined by Secondary Structure Contacts
425(12)
M. Parisien
F. Major
M. Peitsch
Thousands of Proteins Likely to Have Long Disordered Regions
437(12)
P. Romero
Z. Obradovic
C. R. Kissinger
J. E. Villafranca
E. Garner
S. Guilliot
A. K. Dunker
Protein Model Determination from Crystallographic Data
449(12)
K. Edgecombe
A. Ableson
K. Baxter
A. Chiverton
J. Glasgow
S. Fortier
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION, OR HOW HAVE PROTEINS OVER TIME DIVERGED IN FUNCTION?
Session Introduction
461(2)
P. C. Babbitt
Statistical Significance of Ungapped Sequence Alignments
463(10)
N. N. Alexandrov
V. V. Solovyev
Protein Disorder and the Evoluation of Molecular Recognition: Theory, Predictions, and Observations
473(12)
A. K. Dunker
E. Garner
S. Guilliot
P. Romero
K. Albrecht
J. Hart
Z. Obradovic
C. Kissinger
J. E. Villafranca
Function Driven Protein Evolution. A Possible Proto-protein for the RNA-binding Proteins
485(12)
J. S. Fetrow
A. Godzik
Recognizing Protein Binding Sites Using Statistical Descriptions of their 3D Environments
497(12)
L. Wei
R. B. Altman
Modeling and Superposition of Multiple Protein Structures Using Affine Transformations: Analysis of the Globins
509(12)
T. D. Wu
S. C. Schmidler
T. Hastie
D. L. Brutlag
COMPUTING WITH BIOMOLECULES
Session Introduction
521(2)
P. Clote
M. Hagiya
T. Head
Color Recognition with Bacteriorhodopsin
523(12)
M. Frydrych
P. Silfsten
S. Parkkinen
J. Parkkinen
T. Jaaskelainen
Bidirectional Sticker Systems
535(12)
R. Freund
G. Paun
G. Rozenberg
A. Salomaa
Finite H-Systems with 3 Test Tubes are not Predictable
547(12)
L. Priese
Y. Rogojine
M. Margenstern
COMPLEXITY AND INFORMATION-THEORETIC APPROACHES TO BIOLOGY
Session Introduction
559(2)
D. L. Dowe
K. Prank
An Information Theoretic View of Gapped and Other Alignments
561(12)
J. P. Schmidt
Application of a Novel and Fast Information-Theoretic Method to the Discovery of Higher-Order Correlations in Protein Databases
573(12)
E. W. Steeg
H. Pham
An MML Classification of Protein Structure that Knows about Angles and Sequence
585(12)
T. Edgoose
L. Allison
D. L. Dowe
Discovering Simple DNA Sequences by Compression
597(12)
D. R. Powell
D. L. Dowe
L. Allison
T. I. Dix
Self-Assembling Automata: A Model of Conformational Self-Assembly
609(12)
K. Saitou
On the Application of Information Theory to Neural Spike Trains
621(12)
S. P. Strong
R. R. de Ruyter van Steveninck
W. Bialek
R. Koberle
Coding of Time-Varying Hormonal Signals in Intracellular Calcium Spike Trains
633(12)
K. Prank
C. Schofl
L. Laer
M. Wagner
A. von Zur Muhlen
G. Brabant
F. Gabbiani
Coarse-Grained Entropy Rates Quantify Fast CA2+ Dynamics Modulated by Pharmacological Stimulation
645(12)
M. Palus
C. Schofl
A. von Zur Muhlen
G. Brabant
K. Prank
Is the Hippocampus a Kalman Filter?
657(12)
O. Bousquet
K. Balakrishnan
V. Honavar
Maximum A Posteriori Classification of DNA Structure from Sequence Information
669(12)
D. M. Loewenstern
H. M. Berman
H. Hirsh
DISTRIBUTED AND INTELLIGENT DATABASES
Session Introduction
681(2)
D. Frishman
DBGET/LinkDB: an Integrated Database Retrieval System
683(12)
W. Fujibuchi
S. Goto
H. Migimatsu
I. Uchiyama
A. Ogiwara
Y. Akiyama
M. Kanehisa
Ontologies for Molecular Biology
695(12)
S. Schulze-Kremer
Toward Information Extraction: Identifying Protein Names from Biological Papers
707(12)
K. Fukuda
A. Tamura
T. Tsunoda
T. Takagi
ProClass Protein Family Database: New Version with Motif Alignments
719(14)
C. H. Wu
S. Shivakumar
BUILDING BIOINFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE PACIFIC RIM
Session Introduction
733(2)
T. W. Tan
S. Subbiah
Development of Software Tools at Bioinformatics Centre (BIC) at the National University of Singapore (NUS)
735(12)
P. R. Kolatkar
M. K. Sakharkar
C. R. Tse
B. K. Kiong
L. Wong
T. W. Tan
S. Subbiah
From Sequence to Structure to Literature: The Protocol Approach to Bioinformation
747(12)
O. P. Wu
K. T. Seow
L. Wong
S. Y. Chung
S. Subbiah
Towards the Asia-Pacific Bioinformatics Network
759
H. Sugawara
S. Miyazaki

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