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  • Reddy, T. B. K.; Riley, Robert; Wymore, Farrell; Montgomery, Phillip; DeCaprio, Dave; Engels, Reinhard; Gellesch, Marcel; Hubble, Jeremy; Jen, Dennis; Jin, Heng; Koehrsen, Michael; Larson, Lisa; Mao, Maria; Nitzberg, Michael; Sisk, Peter; Stolte, Christian; Weiner, Brian; White, Jared; Zachariah, Zachariah K.; Sherlock, Gavin; Galagan, James E.; Ball, Catherine A.; Schoolnik, Gary K. (Nucleic Acids Research, 2009-1)
    The effective control of tuberculosis (TB) has been thwarted by the need for prolonged, complex and potentially toxic drug regimens, by reliance on an inefficient vaccine and by the absence of biomarkers of clinical status. ...
  • Guo, Yuchun; Eichler, Gabriel S.; Feng, Ying; Ingber, Donald E.; Huang, Sui (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2006-11-2)
    Genome-wide gene expression profile studies encompass increasingly large number of samples, posing a challenge to their presentation and interpretation without losing the notion that each transcriptome constitutes a complex ...
  • Gustafson, Adam M; Snitkin, Evan S; Parker, Stephen CJ; DeLisi, Charles; Kasif, Simon (BioMed Central, 2006-10-19)
    BACKGROUND: The identification of genes essential for survival is of theoretical importance in the understanding of the minimal requirements for cellular life, and of practical importance in the identification of potential ...
  • Bais, Manish; McLean, Jody; Sebastiani, Paola; Young, Megan; Wigner, Nathan; Smith, Temple; Kotton, Darrell N.; Einhorn, Thomas A.; Gerstenfeld, Louis C. (Public Library of Science, 2009-5-5)
    Fractures are among the most common human traumas. Fracture healing represents a unique temporarily definable post-natal process in which to study the complex interactions of multiple molecular events that regulate ...
  • Peterson, Matthew W; Colosimo, Marc E (BioMed Central, 2007-10-31)
    BACKGROUND. Phylogenetic trees are widely used to visualize evolutionary relationships between different organisms or samples of the same organism. There exists a variety of both free and commercial tree visualization ...
  • Cui, Jike; Das, Suchismita; Smith, Temple F.; Samuelson, John (Public Library of Science, 2010-8-3)
    BACKGROUND. Trichomonas vaginalis has an unusually large genome (∼160 Mb) encoding ∼60,000 proteins. With the goal of beginning to understand why some Trichomonas genes are present in so many copies, we characterized here ...
  • Murphy, Kevin F.; Adams, Rhys M.; Wang, Xiao; Balázsi, Gábor; Collins, James J. (Oxford University Press, 2010-03-08)
    Synthetic gene networks can be used to control gene expression and cellular phenotypes in a variety of applications. In many instances, however, such networks can behave unreliably due to gene expression noise. Accordingly, ...
  • Robasky, Kimberly; Bulyk, Martha L. (Oxford University Press, 2010-10-30)
    The Universal PBM Resource for Oligonucleotide-Binding Evaluation (UniPROBE) database is a centralized repository of information on the DNA-binding preferences of proteins as determined by universal protein-binding microarray ...
  • Fregosi, Ralph F; Quan, Stuart F; Jackson, Andrew C; Kaemingk, Kris L; Morgan, Wayne J; Goodwin, Jamie L; Reeder, Jenny C; Cabrera, Rosaria K; Antonio, Elena (BioMed Central, 2004-4-29)
    BACKGROUND. We tested the hypothesis that ventilatory drive in hypoxia and hypercapnia is inversely correlated with the number of hypopneas and obstructive apneas per hour of sleep (obstructive apnea hypopnea index, OAHI) ...
  • Hu, Zhenjun; Hung, Jui-Hung; Wang, Yan; Chang, Yi-Chien; Huang, Chia-Ling; Huyck, Matt; DeLisi, Charles (2009-7-1)
    Despite its wide usage in biological databases and applications, the role of the gene ontology (GO) in network analysis is usually limited to functional annotation of genes or gene sets with auxiliary information on ...
  • Hu, Zhenjun; Mellor, Joseph; Wu, Jie; DeLisi, Charles (BioMed Central, 2004-2-19)
    BACKGROUND. New techniques for determining relationships between biomolecules of all types – genes, proteins, noncoding DNA, metabolites and small molecules – are now making a substantial contribution to the widely discussed ...
  • Hu, Zhenjun; Mellor, Joe; Wu, Jie; Yamada, Takuji; Holloway, Dustin; DeLisi, Charles (Oxford University Press, 2005-06-27)
    VisANT is a web-based software framework for visualizing and analyzing many types of networks of biological interactions and associations. Networks are a useful computational tool for representing many types of biological ...

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