Regulatory Genomics

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Februar 2005



Research in the ?eld of gene regulation is evolving rapidly in an ever-changing s- enti?c environment. Microarray techniques and comparative genomics have enabled more comprehensive studies of regulatory genomics and are proving to be powerful tools of discovery. The application of chromatin immunoprecipitation and microarrays (chIP-on-chip) to directly study the genomic binding locations of transcription factors has enabled more comprehensive modeling of regulatory networks. In addition, c- plete genome sequences and the comparison of numerous related species has dem- strated that conservation in non-coding DNA sequences often provides evidence for cis-regulatory binding sites. That said, much is still to be learned about the regulatory networks of these sequenced genomes. Systematic methods to decipher the regulatory mechanism are also crucial for c- roboratingthese regulatorynetworks.Thecoreof thesemethodsarethe motifdiscovery algorithms that can help predict cis-regulatory elements. These DNA-motif discovery programsarebecomingmoresophisticatedandare beginningto leverageevidencefrom comparative genomics (phylogenetic footprinting) and chIP-on-chip studies. How to use these new sources of evidence is an active area of research.


Predicting Genetic Regulatory Response Using Classification: Yeast Stress Response.- Detecting Functional Modules of Transcription Factor Binding Sites in the Human Genome.- Fishing for Proteins in the Pacific Northwest.- PhyloGibbs: A Gibbs Sampler Incorporating Phylogenetic Information.- Application of Kernel Method to Reveal Subtypes of TF Binding Motifs.- Learning Regulatory Network Models that Represent Regulator States and Roles.- Using Expression Data to Discover RNA and DNA Regulatory Sequence Motifs.- Parameter Landscape Analysis for Common Motif Discovery Programs.- Inferring Cis-region Hierarchies from Patterns in Time-Course Gene Expression Data.- Modeling and Analysis of Heterogeneous Regulation in Biological Networks.


EAN: 9783540244561
ISBN: 3540244565
Untertitel: RECOMB 2004 International Workshop, RRG 2004, San Diego, CA, USA, March 26-27, 2004, Revised Selected Papers. 'Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics'. 2005. Auflage. Book. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Springer
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 2005
Seitenanzahl: 126 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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