- S. Meyers, P. Friedland:
Knowledge-based simulation of genetic regulation in bacteriophage lambda.
- R. Bach, Yumi Iwasaki, Peter Friedland:
Intelligent computational assistance for experiment design.
- C. Papanicolaou, Manolo Gouy, J. Ninio:
An energy model that predicts the correct folding of both the tRNA and the 5S RNA molecules.
- A. B. Jacobson, L. Good, J. Simonetti, Michael Zuker:
Some simple computational methods to improve the folding of large RNAs.
- E. Comay, Ruth Nussinov, O. Comay:
An accelerated algorithm for calculating the secondary structure of single stranded RNAs.
- Paulien Hogeweg, Ben Hesper:
Energy directed folding of RNA sequences.
- Bruce A. Shapiro, Jacob V. Maizel, L. E. Lipkin, Kathleen M. Currey, Colin G. Whitney:
Generating non-overlapping displays of nucleic acid secondary structure.
- Satoru Kuhara, Fumihiro Matsuo, Shouichi Futamura, A. Fujita, Takeshi Shinohara, Toshihisa Takagi, Yasubumi Sakaki:
GENAS: a database system for nucleic acid sequence analysis.
- Katsumi Isono:
A computer program package for storing and retrieving DNA/RNA and protein sequence data.
- Manfred Kröger, A. Kroger-Block:
Extension of a flexible computer program for handling DNA sequence data.
- Manolo Gouy, F. Milleret, C. Mugnier, M. Jacobzone, Christian Gautier:
ACNUC: a nucleic acid sequence data base and analysis system.
- Thomas D. Schneider, Gary D. Stormo, M. A. Yarus, L. Gold:
Delila system tools.
- J. M. Sobieski, K. N. Chen, J. C. Filiatreau, M. H. Pickett, George E. Fox:
16S rRNA oligonucleotide catalog data base.
- Minoru Kanehisa, James W. Fickett, W. B. Goad:
A relational database system for the maintenance and verification of the Los Alamos sequence library.
- Verner Paetkau:
A new rule for analyzing homologous coding sequences in DNA.
- James W. Fickett:
Fast optimal alignment.
- J. F. Collins, A. F. Coulson:
Applications of parallel processing algorithms for DNA sequence analysis.
- Manfred Kröger, A. Kroger-Block:
Simplified computer programs for search of homology within nucleotide sequences.
- Minoru Kanehisa:
Use of statistical criteria for screening potential homologies in nucleic acid sequences.
- David J. Lipman, W. John Wilbur, Temple F. Smith, Michael S. Waterman:
On the statistical significance of nucleic acid similarities.
- G. Polner, L. Dorgai, L. Orosz:
PMAP, PMAPS: DNA physical map constructing programs.
- Michael S. Waterman, Temple F. Smith, H. L. Katcher:
Algorithms for restriction map comparisons.
- Jiri Novotny, Charles Auffray:
A program for prediction of protein secondary structure from nucleotide sequence data: application to histocompatibility antigens.
- A. Salemme, A. V. Furano:
A convenient method for locating sets of related short sequences in DNA sequences of any length.
- R. M. Abarbanel, Paul R. Wieneke, E. Mansfield, David A. Jaffe, Douglas L. Brutlag:
Rapid searches for complex patterns in biological molecules.
- G. Pierno, N. Barni, M. Candurro, M. Cipollaro, A. Franze, L. Juliano, M. F. Macchiato, G. Mastrocinque, C. Moscatelli, V. Scarlato:
Computer programs for the characterization of protein coding genes.
- Philipp Bucher, B. Bryan:
Signal search analysis: a new method to localize and characterize functionally important DNA sequences.
- Hannu Peltola, Hans Söderlund, Esko Ukkonen:
SEQAID: a DNA sequence assembling program based on a mathematical model.
- H. M. Martinez:
An RNA folding rule.
- K. Yamamoto, Y. Kitamura, H. Yoshikura:
Computation of statistical secondary structure of nucleic acids.
- G. J. Quigley, L. Gehrke, D. A. Roth, Philip E. Auron:
Computer-aided nucleic acid secondary structure modeling incorporating enzymatic digestion data.
- T. W. Stone, K. N. Potter:
A DNA analysis program designed for computer novices working in an industrial-research environment.
- C. Keller, M. Corcoran, R. J. Roberts:
Computer programs for handling nucleic acid sequences.
- J. Devereux, P. Haeberli, O. Smithies:
A comprehensive set of sequence analysis programs for the VAX.
- Jean-Michel Claverie:
A common philosophy and FORTRAN 77 software package for implementing and searching sequence databases.
- A. H. Reisner, C. A. Bucholtz:
Utilization of sequence libraries on a 16-bit mini computer with particular reference to high speed searching.
- Minoru Kanehisa, P. Klein, P. Greif, Charles DeLisi:
Computer analysis and structure prediction of nucleic acids and proteins.
- D. M. Lonsdale, T. P. Hodge, P. J. Stoehr:
A computer program for the management of small cosmid banks.
- S. Lombardi, H. Seidell, S. Pulford, W. Dutton, S. Parekh:
Computer programs in nucleic acid synthesis: synthetic strategy development using solid-phase chemical techniques with data storage, retrieval and analysis capabilities.
- P. Taylor:
A fast homology program for aligning biological sequences.
- D. R. Boswell, A. D. McLachlan:
Sequence comparison by exponentially-damped alignment.
- B. N. Stone, G. L. Griesinger, J. L. Modelevsky:
PLASMAP: an interactive computational tool for storage, retrieval and device-independent graphic display of conventional restriction maps.
- A. J. Gray, D. E. Beecher, M. V. Olson:
Computer-based image analysis of one-dimensional electrophoretic gels used for the separation of DNA restriction fragments.
- P. J. Russell, Richard E. Crandall, R. Feinbaum:
GELYSIS: Pascal-implemented analysis of one-dimensional electrophoresis gels.
- Rodger Staden:
A computer program to enter DNA gel reading data into a computer.
- Rodger Staden:
Computer methods to locate signals in nucleic acid sequences.
- Rodger Staden:
Graphic methods to determine the function of nucleic acid sequences.
- Michael Gribskov, J. Devereux, R. R. Burgess:
The codon preference plot: graphic analysis of protein coding sequences and prediction of gene expression.
- Rodger Staden:
Measurements of the effects that coding for a protein has on a DNA sequence and their use for finding genes.
- B. Malthiery, B. Bellon, D. Giorgi, B. Jacq:
Apple II PASCAL programs for molecular biologists.
- C. Queen, L. J. Korn:
A comprehensive sequence analysis program for the IBM personal computer.
- W. F. Schwindinger, J. R. Warner:
DNA sequence analysis on the IBM-PC.
- L. M. Lagrimini, S. T. Brentano, J. E. Donelson:
A DNA sequence analysis package for the IBM personal computer.
- Frederick R. Blattner, J. L. Schroeder:
A computer package for DNA sequence analysis.
- J. S. De Banzie, Evan W. Steeg, J. T. Lis:
Update for users of the Cornell sequence analysis package.
- P. A. Biro:
DNA sequence handling programs in BASIC for home computers.
- Andrew Lyall, Peter Hammond, D. Brough, D. Glover:
BIOLOG - a DNA sequence analysis system in PROLOG.
- J. Pustell, F. C. Kafatos:
A convenient and adaptable package of computer programs for DNA and protein sequence management, analysis and homology determination.
- M. Johnsen:
JINN, an integrated software package for molecular geneticists.
- V. A. Luckow, R. K. Littlewood, R. H. Rownd:
Interactive computer programs for the graphic analysis of nucleotide sequence data.
- M. Komaromy, H. Govan:
An inexpensive semi-automated sequence reader for the Apple II computer.
- T. Kieser:
DNAGEL: a computer program for determining DNA fragment sizes using a small computer equipped with a graphics tablet.
- J. I. Rood, J. M. Gawthorne:
Apple software for analysis of the size of restriction fragments.
- Claude V. Maina, Gary P. Nolan, Aladar A. Szalay:
Molecular weight determination program.
- R. Durand, F. Bregegere:
An efficient program to construct restriction maps from experimental data with realistic error levels.
- Gary P. Nolan, Claude V. Maina, Aladar A. Szalay:
Plasmid mapping computer program.
- P. R. Caron:
KLONER; a computer program to simulate recombinant DNA strategies by restriction map manipulation.
- D. Shalloway, N. R. Deering:
Recombinant DNA data management at the restriction and functional site level.
- C. Thomas White, S. C. Hardies, C. A. Hutchison III, M. H. Edgell:
The diagonal-traverse homology search algorithm for locating similarities between two sequences.
- S. E. Zweig:
Analysis of large nucleic acid dot matrices on small computers.
- R. Arentzen, W. C. Ripka:
Introduction of restriction enzyme sites in protein-coding DNA sequences by site-specific mutagenesis not affecting the amino acid sequence: a computer program.
- M. E. Mulligan, D. K. Hawley, R. Entriken, W. R. McClure:
Escherichia coli promoter sequences predict in vitro RNA polymerase selectivity.
- K. Watanabe, K. Yasukawa, K. Iso:
Graphic display of nucleic acid structure by a microcomputer.
- D. W. Mount, B. Conrad:
Microcomputer programs for graphic analysis of nucleic acid and protein sequences.
- D. W. Mount, B. Conrad:
Microcomputer programs for back translation of protein to DNA sequences and analysis of ambiguous DNA sequences.
- J. K. Vass, R. H. Wilson:
'ZSTATS'--a statistical analysis for potential Z-DNA sequences.
- R. E. Raupach:
Computer programs used to aid in the selection of DNA hybridization probes.
- J. H. Yang, J. H. Ye, Douglas C. Wallace:
Computer selection of oligonucleotide probes from amino acid sequences for use in gene library screening.
- E. J. Gough, N. M. Gough:
Direct calculation of the sizes of DNA fragments separated by gel electrophoresis using programmes written for a pocket calculator.
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- M. Nelson, C. Christ, I. Schildkraut:
Alteration of apparent restriction endonuclease recognition specificities by DNA methylases.
- R. Diaz, S. Ortega:
Initiation of plasmid R1 replication in vitro is independent of transcription by host RNA polymerase.
- S. Searle, D. A. Gillespie, D. J. Chiswell, J. A. Wyke:
Analysis of the variations in proviral cytosine methylation that accompany transformation and morphological reversion in a line of Rous sarcoma virus-infected Rat-1 cells.
- P. Valentin-Hansen, K. Hammer, J. E. Love Larsen, I. Svendsen:
The internal regulated promoter of the deo operon of Escherichia coli K- 12.
- H. Nomiyama, T. Tsuzuki, S. Wakasugi, M. Fukuda, K. Shimada:
Interruption of a human nuclear sequence homologous to mitochondrial DNA by a member of the KpnI 1.8 kb family.
- E. Pays, M. F. Delauw, M. Laurent, M. Steinert:
Possible DNA modification in GC dinucleotides of Trypanosoma brucei telomeric sequences; relationship with antigen gene transcription.
- H. R. Jaenichen, M. Pech, W. Lindenmaier, N. Wildgruber, H. G. Zachau:
Composite human VK genes and a model of their evolution.
- B. Straubinger, M. Pech, K. Muhlebach, H. R. Jaenichen, H. G. Bauer, H. G. Zachau:
Molecular footprints of human immunoglobulin gene evolution: a new sequence family.
- D. A. Hartley, K. E. Davies, D. Drayna, R. L. White, R. Williamson:
A cytological map of the human X chromosome--evidence for non-random recombination.
- S. H. Shanblatt, A. Revzin:
Kinetics of RNA polymerase-promoter complex formation: effects of nonspecific DNA-protein interactions.
- K. Ohmura, K. Nakamura, H. Yamazaki, T. Shiroza, Kunio Yamane, Y. Jigami, H. Tanaka, K. Yoda, M. Yamasaki, G. Tamura:
Length and structural effect of signal peptides derived from Bacillus subtilis alpha-amylase on secretion of Escherichia coli beta-lactamase in B. subtilis cells.
- A. Spassky, S. Rimsky, H. Garreau, H. Buc:
H1a, an E. coli DNA-binding protein which accumulates in stationary phase, strongly compacts DNA in vitro.
- S. Sharma, T. Stark, R. E. Moses:
Distal regulatory functions for the uvrC gene of E. coli.
- N. Murphy, D. J. McConnell, B. A. Cantwell:
The DNA sequence of the gene and genetic control sites for the excreted B. subtilis enzyme beta-glucanase.
- J. B. Watson, D. W. Chandler, J. D. Gralla:
Specific termination of in vitro transcription by calf thymus RNA polymerase III.
- T. I. Serenkova, A. M. Mazo, T. D. Mashkova, I. Toots, A. Nigul, M. Ya Timofeeva, L. L. Kisselev:
The secondary structure of oocyte and somatic 5S ribosomal RNAs of the fish Misgurnus fossilis L. from nuclease hydrolyses and chemical modification data.
- P. Loidl, A. Loidl, B. Puschendorf, P. Grobner:
RNA polymerase activity and template activity of chromatin after butyrate induced hyperacetylation of histones in Physarum.
- P. P. Lankhorst, C. A. Haasnoot, C. Erkelens, Cornelis Altona:
Carbon-13 NMR in conformational analysis of nucleic acid fragments. 3. The magnitude of torsional angle epsilon in d(TpA) from CCOP and HCOP NMR coupling constants.
- S. Boiteux, J. Belleney, Bernard-Pierre Roques, J. Laval:
Two rotameric forms of open ring 7-methylguanine are present in alkylated polynucleotides.
- F. Takaiwa, K. Oono, Masahiro Sugiura:
The complete nucleotide sequence of a rice 17S rRNA gene.
- X. M. Yu, W. S. Reznikoff:
Deletion analysis of the CAP-cAMP binding site of the Escherichia coli lactose promoter.
- B. A. Morgan, E. Kellett, R. S. Hayward:
The wild-type nucleotide sequence of the rpoBC-attenuator region of Escherichia coli DNA and its implications for the nature of the rifd18 mutation.
- M. Bishop, E. Thompson:
Fast computer search for similar DNA sequences.
- Rick P. Millane, J. K. Walker, S. Arnott, R. Chandrasekaran, D. L. Birdsall, R. L. Ratliff:
Structure of a pleiomeric form of poly d(AT): poly d(AT).
- P. O. O'Connell, M. Rosbash:
Sequence, structure, and codon preference of the Drosophila ribosomal protein 49 gene.
- P. Perrin:
Coding strategy differences between constant and variable segments of immunoglobulin genes.
- Jens G. Reich, H. Drabsch, A. Daumler:
On the statistical assessment of similarities in DNA sequences.