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Selected papers from WABI 2018

Edited by Laxmi Parida and Esko Ukkonen

This collection of articles has not been sponsored and articles have undergone the journal’s standard peer-review process. The Guest Editors declare no competing interests.

View all collections published in Algorithms for Molecular Biology.

  1. We study the problem of identifying differentially mutated subnetworks of a large gene–gene interaction network, that is, subnetworks that display a significant difference in mutation frequency in two sets of ...

    Authors: Morteza Chalabi Hajkarim, Eli Upfal and Fabio Vandin
    Citation: Algorithms for Molecular Biology 2019 14:10
  2. With long reads getting even longer and cheaper, large scale sequencing projects can be accomplished without short reads at an affordable cost. Due to the high error rates and less mature tools, de novo assemb...

    Authors: Riku Walve, Pasi Rastas and Leena Salmela
    Citation: Algorithms for Molecular Biology 2019 14:8
  3. Sequencing technologies produce larger and larger collections of biosequences that have to be stored in compressed indices supporting fast search operations. Many compressed indices are based on the Burrows–Wh...

    Authors: Lavinia Egidi, Felipe A. Louza, Giovanni Manzini and Guilherme P. Telles
    Citation: Algorithms for Molecular Biology 2019 14:6
  4. Sequencing technologies keep on turning cheaper and faster, thus putting a growing pressure for data structures designed to efficiently store raw data, and possibly perform analysis therein. In this view, ther...

    Authors: Nicola Prezza, Nadia Pisanti, Marinella Sciortino and Giovanna Rosone
    Citation: Algorithms for Molecular Biology 2019 14:3
  5. Absolute fast converging (AFC) phylogeny estimation methods are ones that have been proven to recover the true tree with high probability given sequences whose lengths are polynomial in the number of number of...

    Authors: Qiuyi Zhang, Satish Rao and Tandy Warnow
    Citation: Algorithms for Molecular Biology 2019 14:2
  6. A key factor in computational drug design is the consistency and reliability with which intermolecular interactions between a wide variety of molecules can be described. Here we present a procedure to efficien...

    Authors: Martin S. Engler, Bertrand Caron, Lourens Veen, Daan P. Geerke, Alan E. Mark and Gunnar W. Klau
    Citation: Algorithms for Molecular Biology 2019 14:1