Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics, 2001, Vol.8, pp.46-49
Introduction Both medicine and biology need efficient diagnostic tests to measure tissueor cell-specific expression of hereditary information. The availability of complete genome sequences will permit interesting questions to be asked and answered at the genome level rather than at the level of the individual gene. Unfortunately, traditional tools are no longer capable to efficiently support the size of assays required for such tasks. It is thus not surprising that DNA chips, which allow to...
Probe Selection ; DNA Chips ; Suffix Trees ; Dynamic Programming ; Thermodynamics ; Hybridization ; Computer Science
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