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New articles in PLoS Computational Biology

Published March 13, 2009

Alignment and Prediction of cis-Regulatory Modules Based on a Probabilistic Model of Evolution
Xin He et al.

Canalization of Gene Expression and Domain Shifts in the Drosophila Blastoderm by Dynamical Attractors
Manu et al.

Detection of Alpha-Rod Protein Repeats Using a Neural Network and Application to Huntingtin
Gareth A. Palidwor et al.

Timing the Emergence of Resistance to Anti-HIV Drugs with Large Genetic Barriers
Pankhuri Arora et al.

Mechanical Network in Titin Immunoglobulin from Force Distribution Analysis
Wolfram Stacklies et al.

Probabilistic Interaction Network of Evidence Algorithm and its Application to Complete Labeling of Peak Lists from Protein NMR Spectroscopy
Arash Bahrami et al.


GrowMatch: An Automated Method for Reconciling In Silico/In Vivo Growth Predictions
Vinay Satish Kumar et al.

Mechanism of Action of Cyclophilin A Explored by Metadynamics Simulations
Vanessa Leone et al.

Cortical Factor Feedback Model for Cellular Locomotion and Cytofission
Shin I. Nishimura et al.

Genome-Scale Reconstruction of Escherichia coli's Transcriptional and Translational Machinery: A Knowledge Base, Its Mathematical Formulation, and Its Functional Characterization
Ines Thiele et al.

Toward a Detailed Description of the Thermally Induced Dynamics of the Core Promoter
Boian S. Alexandrov et al.

Sm/Lsm Genes Provide a Glimpse into the Early Evolution of the Spliceosome
Stella Veretnik et al.

Intrinsic Disorder in Protein Interactions: Insights From a Comprehensive Structural Analysis
Jessica H. Fong et al.

Robust Detection and Genotyping of Single Feature Polymorphisms from Gene Expression Data
Minghui Wang et al.


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