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gene machine


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gene machine

gene machine

GeneMachine: gene prediction and sequence annotation

Hybrid huberized support vector machines for microarray classification and gene selection

Multidimensional support vector machines for visualization of gene expression data

Structured polychotomous machine diagnosis of multiple cancer types using gene expression

Gene selection using support vector machines with non-convex penalty

Disambiguating proteins, genes, and RNA in text: a machine learning approach

Machine learning approaches for the discovery of gene–gene interactions in disease data

Classification of multiple cancer types by multicategory support vector machines using gene expression data

GISMO—gene identification using a support vector machine for ORF classification

Evaluating machine learning approaches for aiding probe selection for gene-expression arrays

Prediction of Candidate Primary Immunodeficiency Disease Genes Using a Support Vector Machine Learning Approach

Extreme learning machines for reverse engineering of gene regulatory networks from expression time series

Support vector machine model of developmental brain gene expression data for prioritization of Autism risk gene candidates

Decombinator: a tool for fast, efficient gene assignment in T-cell receptor sequences using a finite state machine

RIP: the regulatory interaction predictor—a machine learning-based approach for predicting target genes of transcription factors

Combining optimization and machine learning techniques for genome-wide prediction of human cell cycle-regulated genes

Conserved codon composition of ribosomal protein coding genes in Escherichia coli, Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Saccharomyces cerevisiae: lessons from supervised machine learning in functional genomics

 

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An automated DNA synthesizer for producing short DNA probes (generally 15–30 base pairs long) or primer DNA (q.v.) for use in a polymerase chain reaction (q.v.).

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.


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