February 1989 Articles
- T. Charles Hodgman:
The elucidation of protein function by sequence motif analysis.
- R. Stulich, K. Rohde:
EMBOPRO--an automatically generated protein sequence database.
- G. H. Dibdin:
A simple add-on algorithm to extend one-dimensional finite difference diffusion calculations to include charge coupling.
- Panagiotis A. Tsonis, Anastasios A. Tsonis:
Chaos: principles and implications in biology.
- Stefano Volinia, Roberto Gambari, F. Bernardi, Italo Barrai:
The frequency of oligonucleotides in mammalian genic regions.
- S. Sjoberg, P. Carlsson, S. Enerback, G. Bjursell:
A compact, flexible and cheap system for acquiring sequence data from autoradiograms with a digitizer and transferring it to an arbitrary host computer.
- José L. Oliver, A. Marin, J. R. Medina:
SDSE: a software package to simulate the evolution of a pair of DNA sequences.
- W. Bains:
MULTAN (2), a multiple string alignment program for nucleic acids and proteins.
- S. Pascarella, F. Bossa:
CLEAVAGE: a microcomputer program for predicting signal sequence cleavage sites.
- J. L. Micol:
A computer program for the generation of problems in genetics for teaching purposes.
- R. Gasperini:
Using Lotus 1-2-3 to determine correlation of linearly related method comparison data.
April 1989 Articles
- Rodger Staden:
Methods for calculating the probabilities of finding patterns in sequences.
- G. Mengeritsky, Temple F. Smith:
New analytical tool for analysis of splice site sequence determinants.
- J. Sulston, F. Mallett, R. Durbin, Terry Horsnell:
Image analysis of restriction enzyme fingerprint autoradiograms.
- R. Rechid, Martin Vingron, P. Argos:
A new interactive protein sequence alignment program and comparison of its results with widely used algorithms.
- Martin Vingron, P. Argos:
A fast and sensitive multiple sequence alignment algorithm.
- R. F. Mott, T. B. Kirkwood, R. N. Curnow:
A test for the statistical significance of DNA sequence similarities for application in databank searches.
- P. M. Reid, A. E. Wilkinson, K. C. Leung, M. N. Jones:
SED88: a Pascal program for the analysis of sedimentation equilibrium data.
- T. Brittain:
A BASIC program for the removal of noise from reaction traces using Fourier filtering.
- C. M. Henneke:
A multiple sequence alignment algorithm for homologous proteins using secondary structure information and optionally keying alignments to functionally important sites.
- Desmond G. Higgins, P. M. Sharp:
Fast and sensitive multiple sequence alignments on a microcomputer.
- Judith E. Broom, Peter A. Stockwell, Diana F. Hill:
GELENT: a sequence gel entry program for keyboard and sonic digitizer input.
- Gilbert Deléage, F. F. Clerc, B. Roux:
ANTHEPROT: IBM PC and Apple Macintosh versions.
- A. Sette, L. Adorini, C. Mancini, G. Doria:
A BASIC microcomputer program for data analysis of limiting dilution assays.
July 1989 Articles
- E. B. Moser:
Exploring contingency tables with correspondence analysis.
- M. P. Weiner, Harold A. Scheraga:
A set of Macintosh computer programs for the design and analysis of synthetic genes.
- J. Vu Tien Khang:
A FORTRAN subroutine to compute inbreeding and kinship coefficients according to the number of ancestral generations.
- Shu-Yun Le, J. Owens, Ruth Nussinov, Jih-H. Chen, Bruce A. Shapiro, Jacob V. Maizel:
RNA secondary structures: comparison and determination of frequently recurring substructures by consensus.
- T. A. Thanaraj, Ashok S. Kolaskar, Madhusudhan W. Pandit:
An extension of the graph theoretical approach to predict the secondary structure of large RNAs: the complex of 16S and 23S rRNAs from E. coli as a case study.
- Modesto Orozco, R. Franco:
TEFOOL/2: a program for theoretical drug design on microcomputers.
- K. Y. Cockwell, I. G. Giles:
Software tools for motif and pattern scanning: program descriptions including a universal sequence reading algorithm.
- E. L. Cabot, A. T. Beckenbach:
Simultaneous editing of multiple nucleic acid and protein sequences with ESEE.
- R. Dannenfelser, Samuel H. Yalkowsky:
Database for aqueous solubility of nonelectrolytes.
- J. D. Liu, J. S. Parkinson:
A Macintosh program for drawing circular plasmid maps.
- J. Marszalek, J. Kostrowicki, J. Spychala:
LEHM: a convenient non-linear regression microcomputer program for fitting Michaelis-Menten and Hill models to enzyme kinetic data.
- Modesto Orozco, F. Javier Luque:
POEAMS: program for outliers elimination in 'anomalous' multidimensional space.
- A. Zullini, G. Manganelli:
A new computer program for nematode identification.
- A. Suitsu, R. Vilu, U. Jarv:
Programs for reference library managing.
October 1989 Articles
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- E. Hamori, G. Varga, J. J. LaGuardia:
HYLAS: program for generating H curves (abstract three-dimensional representations of long DNA sequences).
- A. Galat:
Analysis of dynamics trajectories of DNA and DNA-drug complexes.
- A. Galat:
CORGEN: a FORTRAN-77 generator of standard and non-standard DNA helices from the sequence.
- Jean Thioulouse:
Statistical analysis and graphical display of multivariate data on the Macintosh.
- Rodger Staden:
Methods for discovering novel motifs in nucleic acid sequences.
- Antonio Facchiano, Francesco Facchiano, R. Ragone, Giovanni Colonna:
FAST (Flexible Analysis by Software Tool) and CHAMP (CHemico-physical AMinoacidic Parameter data bank): a new tool to investigate protein structure.
- J. Bermudez, D. Lopez, J. Valls, J. Wagensberg:
On the analysis of microbiological processes by Monte Carlo simulation techniques.
- G. J. King:
ELBAMAP: software for management of electrophoresis banding patterns.
- S. Pascarella, F. Bossa:
PRONET: a microcomputer program for predicting the secondary structure of proteins with a neural network.
- A. Roy, T. K. Roy:
A database management system for recombinant DNA clones and hosts for use in IBM personal computers.
- Kenneth Andrew Sikaris, E. Minasian, Simon Joshua Leach, R. Flegg:
Computer program designed to predict and plot the secondary structure of proteins.