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High-throughput sequencing and practical genomics applied sciences have given us the human genome series in addition to these of alternative experimentally, medically, and agriculturally very important species, and feature enabled large-scale genotyping and gene expression profiling of human populations. Databases containing huge numbers of sequences, polymorphisms, buildings, and gene expression profiles of ordinary and diseased tissues are being speedily generated for human and version organisms. Bioinformatics is therefore speedily growing to be in significance within the annotation of genomic sequences; the certainty of the interaction between and among genes and proteins; the research of genetic variability of species; the identity of pharmacological pursuits; and the inference of evolutionary origins, mechanisms, and relationships. This court cases quantity comprises an updated trade of data, principles, and suggestions to conceptual and sensible problems with bioinformatics through researchers, execs, and business practitioners on the fifth Asia-Pacific Bioinformatics convention held in Hong Kong in January 2007.

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Similarly, for all P r [ C E l aijXi 5 (1 - X)z*] j , P r [ C E l ( l - aij)Xi 5 (1 - X)z*] I e - - x 2 z * / 2 . By the naive union bound, Pr[Z 5 (1 - ~ ) z * 5] 2ne-X2z*/2. Likewise, E x p [ C Z 1 X ~ ] = 5 s. Thus, by the Chernoff bound, P r [ C z l X i 2 (1+ E ) S ] I e--t2s/4, where 0 < E I2e - 1. Letting L = Czl Xi - s, we have Pr[L 2 I e ~ ~where ~ 0/ < ~S 5, (2e - 1)&. Since 2 2 2 - L, and using the above estimates, we get Pr[Z I (1 - X)z* - S&] 5 P r [ z 5 (1 - ~ ) z * ] Pr[L 2 6 4 1 5 2ne-X2z"/2 e-S2/4.

We show that this method works well for the more general Problem 1 as well. Recall that the signal (”subtle motifs”) is embedded in t random sequences. , an 1-mer without wild cards or dont-care characters), it is not necessarily contained in any of the t sequences. However, if we can obtain a correct alignment of the m sequences, then it is relatively easy to extract the consensus motif satisfying the (1, d ) constraint. In other words, one of the difficulties of the problem is that the sequences are unaligned.

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