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Date Author Title Excerpt
2009-02-15 Bruce Parrello Feature Chunking and the Performance of the Chromosomal Neighborhood Search The signature display of the NMPDR Compare Regions requires locating features in a particular neighborhood on a contig . To facilitate this search, the ...
2009-01-27 Ross Overbeek How FIGfams are Computed var stuff ""; function GetDiagramData() { return stuff; } stuff '/FIG/HowFIGfamsAreComputed, /, '; FigFams are sets of isofunctional homologs ...
2008-12-08 Ross Overbeek Locating Chromosomal Clusters Relating to a Gene of Interest Suppose that you have just read an article or listened to a lecture and one or more specific genes were discussed. To make the discussion somewhat more concrete, suppose ...
2008-11-08 Ross Overbeek Reflections on Accurate Annotations: The Basic Cycle and Its Significance This is a revised update of Reflections on 2007 , which was originally written in December of 2007. Like the original article, it discusses the annotation cycle ...
2008-10-16 Bruce Parrello Searching for Genes with Specific Functional Roles There is no specific NMPDR search for genes by functional role; however, the functional role is part of a gene's keyword list, so you can get a close approximation ...

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