Naturally, FGA can be generalized to other biologically inspired classification problems, such as tissue-specific regulatory elements, polyadenylation sites, promoters, as well as other sequence classification problems, provided we have sufficient knowledge of the new domain.This crucial discovery made clear that the gene was not a simple unit of heredity or function, but rather a series of exons, ... is essential for the manufacture of proteins according to the instructions carried by DNA. RNA has only one strand. The basic units capable of transmitting hereditary characteristics are called genes.
|Title||:||Feature Generation and Analysis Applied to Sequence Classification for Splice-site Prediction|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|