January 1991 Articles
- John L. Spouge:
Fast optimal alignment.
- Douglas L. Brutlag, A. R. Galper, D. H. Millis:
Knowledge-based simulation of DNA metabolism: prediction of enzyme action.
- S. Morante, Valerio Parisi:
Building structural models of peptides: a semi-automatic software.
- Federico M. Stefanini, A. Camussi:
An APL procedure to estimate genotype by environment interaction when two environments are considered.
- E. Ollivier, Henry Soldano, Alain Viari:
'Multifrequency' location and clustering of sequence patterns from proteins.
- C. G. Kozhukhin, Pavel A. Pevzner:
Genome inhomogeneity is determined mainly by WW and SS dinucleotides.
- Shu-Yun Le, Jih-H. Chen, Jacob V. Maizel:
Detection of unusual RNA folding regions in HIV and SIV sequences.
- A. Zaritsky, E. Forester:
A simulation program to display specific digestion products of predicted RNA foldings.
- M. Hauer-Jensen:
Statistical analysis in dBASE-compatible databases.
- A. Colosimo, E. Rota, P. Omodeo:
A Hypercard program for the identification of biological specimens [published erratum appears in Comput Appl Biosci 1991 Apr;7(2): 285].
- Perry L. Miller, Prakash M. Nadkarni, N. M. Carriero:
Parallel computation and FASTA: confronting the problem of parallel database search for a fast sequence comparison algorithm.
- J. A. Bradshaw, K. J. Carden, D. Riordan:
Ecological applications using a novel expert system shell.
- Geoffrey J. Barton:
Scanning protein sequence databanks using a distributed processing workstation network.
- A. Cornish-Bowden, J. H. Hofmeyr:
MetaModel: a program for modelling and control analysis of metabolic pathways on the IBM PC and compatibles.
- C. G. Moore:
A didactic computer simulation of the environmental impact of a pollution discharge.
- M. Cheminant, R. Labia:
The Michaelis-Menten equation: computing substrate concentration as a function of time without restrictions on the initial conditions.
- K. P. Fung, J. Lee:
BASIC program for polynomial regression and smoothing.
- Rainer Fuchs:
MacPattern: protein pattern searching on the Apple Macintosh.
- D. Shalloway, C. Royer:
SMGWS 2: improved microcomputer-based three-dimensional stereoscopic macromolecular graphics display.
- N. R. Deering, D. Shalloway:
GelMetric: semi-automated electrophoretic mobility analysis.
- R. H. Smith, S. Gottesman, B. Hobbs, E. Lear, D. Kristofferson, D. Benton, P. R. Smith:
A mechanism for maintaining an up-to-date GenBank database via Usenet.
- Jean-Michel Claverie, C. Daulmerie:
Smoothing profiles with sliding windows: better to wear a hat!.
April 1991 Articles
- Jean Garnier, J. M. Levin:
The protein structure code: what is its present status?.
- E. A. Cheever, G. Christian Overton, David B. Searls:
Fast Fourier transform-based correlation of DNA sequences using complex plane encoding.
- P. Blaise, C. Gessler:
Geobase: a simple geographical information system on a personal computer.
- H. E. Dayringer, S. A. Sammons:
POLLUX: a program for simulated cloning, mutagenesis and database searching of DNA constructs.
- R. Hernandez, J. A. Esteban, M. Garcia, F. Moran:
PASHEMOS: a versatile program written in Pascal to simulate patterns on the shells of molluscs, according to the Meinhardt model.
- Sheldon S. Ball, Vei H. Mah, Perry L. Miller:
SENEX: a computer-based representation of cellular signal transduction processes in the central nervous system.
- T. N. Bryant:
Software for the development and evaluation of probabilistic identification matrices.
- Colombe Chappey, A. Danckaert, Philippe Dessen, Serge A. Hazout:
MASH: an interactive program for multiple alignment and consensus sequence construction for biological sequences.
- D. S. Prestridge:
SIGNAL SCAN: a computer program that scans DNA sequences for eukaryotic transcriptional elements.
- D. H. Fitch, M. Goodman:
Phylogenetic scanning: a computer-assisted algorithm for mapping gene conversions and other recombinational events.
- G. M. Studnicka:
ELISA assay optimization using hyperbolic regression.
- Alain Jacot-Descombes, Krassimir Todorov, Denis F. Hochstrasser, Christian Pellegrini, Thierry Pun:
LaboImage: a workstation environment for research in image processing and analysis.
- D. J. Parry-Smith, Terri K. Attwood:
SOMAP: a novel interactive approach to multiple protein sequences alignment.
- A. S. Deshpande, D. S. Richards, William R. Pearson:
A platform for biological sequence comparison on parallel computers.
- K. Y. Jiang, J. Zheng, S. B. Higgins:
A generic algorithm for finding restriction sites within DNA sequences.
- Michael J. E. Sternberg:
PROMOT: a FORTRAN program to scan protein sequences against a library of known motifs.
- G. H. Dibdin:
Precise charge-coupling calculations for finite difference diffusion problems using a modification of the add-on algorithm Q-COUPLE.
- P. J. Russell, J. M. Doenias, S. J. Russell:
GELYMAC: a Macintosh application for calculating DNA fragment size from gel electrophoresis migration data.
- J. G. de Boer:
MARS: a program to find potential restriction sites [published erratum appears in Comput Appl Biosci 1991 Jul;7(3): 415].
- Amos Bairoch:
SEQANALREF: a sequence analysis bibliographic reference databank.
- S. Barron, M. Witten, R. Harkness, J. Driver:
A bibliography on computational algorithms in molecular biology and genetics.
July 1991 Articles
- Ruth Nussinov:
Compositional variations in DNA sequences.
- Ruth Nussinov:
Signals in DNA sequences and their potential properties.
- Peter D. Karp:
Artificial intelligence methods for theory representation and hypothesis formation.
- Roderic Guigó, A. Johansson, Temple F. Smith:
Automatic evaluation of protein sequence functional patterns.
- M. Grabner, R. Hofbauer:
A computer program for molecular weight determination of DNA fragments (HOWBIG).
- Julio Collado-Vides:
The search for a grammatical theory of gene regulation is formally justified by showing the inadequacy of context-free grammars.
- M. Farza, A. Cheruy:
CAMBIO: software for modelling and simulation of bioprocesses.
- P. Reiner, M. Brenowitz:
Quantitative densitometry of autoradiograms: digital images representative of optical density.
- R. Schnobel:
Integrated displays of aligned amino acid sequences and protein structures.
- D. K. Chiu, T. Kolodziejczak:
Inferring consensus structure from nucleic acid sequences.
- P. Arrigo, F. Giuliano, F. Scalia, A. Rapallo, G. Damiani:
Identification of a new motif on nucleic acid sequence data using Kohonen's self-organizing map.
- M. P. Mujumdar:
Monte Carlo simulations of ionic channel selectivity.
- G. Mancini, A. Valbonesi:
MCS/SEL/BAS program - an overlapping clustering method with examples from mating type interactions of ciliated protozoa.
- R. S. Carmenes:
LSTSQ: a module for reliable constrained and unconstrained nonlinear regression.
- U. Grob, C. J. Gartmann:
COOL - a VAX program for finding COmmon OLigomers in nucleic acid sequences. Thyroid hormone receptor sequences used as an example.
- T. Letellier, C. Reder, J. P. Mazat:
CONTROL: software for the analysis of the control of metabolic networks.
- J. W. Brown:
Phylogenetic comparative analysis of RNA structure on Macintosh computers.
- Antonio Facchiano, Francesco Facchiano, R. Ragone, Giovanni Colonna:
Converter: a program to convert crystallographic coordinates among different molecular graphics standards on PC-IBM platforms.
- J. W. Brown:
Materials methods: a Macintosh hypercard stack for laboratory protocols.
- T. J. Gleeson, Rodger Staden:
An X windows and UNIX implementation of our sequence analysis package.
- J. Baranyi, T. Illeni:
A back-step algorithm for simulation of Monod-type models.
October 1991 Articles
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- T. B. Schillen:
Designing a neural network simulator - the MENS modelling environment for network systems: I.
- T. B. Schillen:
Designing a neural network simulator - the MENS modelling environment for network systems: II.
- Webb Miller, J. Barr, Kenneth E. Rudd:
Improved algorithms for searching restriction maps.
- C. J. Gartmann, U. Grob:
A menu-shell for the GCG programs.
- R. J. Brammer, T. N. Bryant, J. H. May:
Investigation of an expert systems approach to bacterial identification.
- Seán I. O'Donoghue:
Structural interpretation of fluorescence resonance-energy transfer measurements.
- M. P. Berger, Peter J. Munson:
A novel randomized iterative strategy for aligning multiple protein sequences.
- Istvan Ladunga, F. Czako, I. Csabai, T. Geszti:
Improving signal peptide prediction accuracy by simulated neural network.
- P. H. Abbrecht, I. M. Thio, R. R. Kyle:
A simple algorithm for averaging multiple cycles of waveforms having varying cycle periods.
- P. Taylor, P. Rosenberg, Maria Samsonova:
A new method for finding long consensus patterns in nucleic acid sequences.
- P. R. Smith, Alexander Ropelewski, D. A. Balog, S. Gottesman, David W. Deerfield II:
A simple approach for the distribution of computationally intense tasks in an heterogeneous environment: distribution of the MDPP image-processing package.
- A. Danckaert, Colombe Chappey, Serge A. Hazout:
'Size leap' algorithm: an efficient extraction of the longest common motifs from a molecular sequence set. Application to the DNA sequence reconstruction.
- J. Saldanha, J. Eccles:
The application of SSADM to modelling the logical structure of proteins.
- K. Lucas, M. Busch, S. Mossinger, J. A. Thompson:
An improved microcomputer program for finding gene- or gene family-specific oligonucleotides suitable as primers for polymerase chain reactions or as probes.
- A. Bekker, S. Von Hagen, J. Yarmush:
A Macintosh Hypercard stack to simulate the pharmacokinetics of infusion of intravenous anesthetic drugs (NarSim).
- P. J. O'Hara, D. Venezia:
PRIMEGEN, a tool for designing primers from multiple alignments.
- Peter R. Sibbald, H. Sommerfeldt, P. Argos:
Automated protein sequence pattern handling and PROSITE searching.