4. PSB 1999:
Big Island of Hawaii, USA
Proceedings of the 4th Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing (PSB'99), The Orchid at Mauna Lani, Big Island of Hawaii, USA, January 4-9, 1999
Gene Expression and Genetic Networks
: Genetic Network Analysis in Light of Massively Parallel Biological Data Acquisition.
P. J. E. Goss
, Jean Peccoud
: Analysis of the Stabilizing Effect of ROM on the Genetic Network Controlling ColE1 Plasmid Replication.
, V. N. Serov
: NetWork: An Interactive Interface to the Tools for Analysis of Genetic Network Structure and Dynamics.
Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery in Molecular Databases
M. A. McClure
, J. Kowlaski
: The Effects of Ordered-Series-of-Motifs Anchoring and Sub-Class Modeling on the Generation of HMMs Representing Highly Divergent Protein Sequences.
, T. Takagi
: Clustering and Detection of 5' Splice Sites of mRNA by k Weight-Matrices Model.
Hugh E. Williams
: Effective Query Filtering for Fast Homology Searching.
Computer Modeling in Physiology:
From Cell to Tissue
Information Theoretic Approaches to Biology
T. Gregory Dewey
: MDL and the Statistical Mechanics of Protein Potentials.
Jacquelyn S. Fetrow
, George Berg
: Using Information Theory to Discover Side Chain Rotamer Classes: Analysis of the Effects of Local Backbone Structure.
: Computing Minimum Description Length for Robust Linear Regression Model Selection.
Molecules to Maps:
Tools for Visualization & Interaction
Computer-Aided Drug Design
: Empirical vs. "Rational" Methods of Discovering New Drugs.
: Binary QSAR: A New Method for the Determination of Quantitative Structure Activity Relationships.
I. A. Shkel
, S. Kim
: Two-Dimensional Reaction of Biological Molecules Studied by Weighted-Ensemble Brownian Dynamics.
Protein Structure Prediction
Disorder in Protein Structure and Function
Diane J. Rodi
, Lee Makowski
: Similarity Between the Sequences of Taxol-Selected Peptides and the Disordered Loop of the Anti-Apoptotic Protein, BCL-2.
, T. Hu
, T.-S. Hsieh
: The Hydrophilic, Protease-Sensitive Terminal Domains of Eucaryotic DNA Topoisomerases Have Essential Intracellular Functions.