Comparative Genomics

RECOMB 2006 International Workshop, RCG 2006 Montreal, Canada, September 24-26, 2006 Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-540-44529-6 (Print) 978-3-540-44530-2 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

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    Pages 1-10

    Reconstructing Domain Compositions of Ancestral Multi-domain Proteins

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    Pages 11-23

    Domain Architecture in Homolog Identification

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    Pages 24-38

    Inferring Positional Homologs with Common Intervals of Sequences

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    Pages 39-50

    On Genome Evolution with Accumulated Change and Innovation

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    Pages 51-62

    Paths and Cycles in Breakpoint Graphs of Random Multichromosomal Genomes

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    Pages 63-74

    Common Intervals and Symmetric Difference in a Model-Free Phylogenomics, with an Application to Streptophyte Evolution

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    Pages 75-86

    How Pseudo-boolean Programming Can Help Genome Rearrangement Distance Computation

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    Pages 87-98

    Sorting by Translocations Via Reversals Theory

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    Pages 99-112

    Inferring Gene Orders from Gene Maps Using the Breakpoint Distance

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    Pages 113-128

    Ordering Partially Assembled Genomes Using Gene Arrangements

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    Pages 129-140

    Evolution of Tandemly Repeated Sequences Through Duplication and Inversion

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    Pages 141-155

    A PQ Framework for Reconstructions of Common Ancestors and Phylogeny

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    Pages 156-170

    Intron Loss Dynamics in Mammals

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    Pages 171-185

    Finding Maximum Likelihood Indel Scenarios

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    Pages 186-199

    Conservation Patterns in cis-Elements Reveal Compensatory Mutations

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    Pages 200-214

    Transcription Factor Centric Discovery of Regulatory Elements in Mammalian Genomes Using Alignment-Independent Conservation Maps

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    Pages 215-229

    Identifiability Issues in Phylogeny-Based Detection of Horizontal Gene Transfer

  19. Back Matter

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