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"... doi: 10.3389/fphys.2012.00104 Evaluation of 15 local plant species as larvicidal agents against an Indian strain of dengue fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti L. (Diptera: Culicidae) ..."
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doi: 10.3389/fphys.2012.00104 Evaluation of 15 local plant species as larvicidal agents against an Indian strain of dengue fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti L. (Diptera: Culicidae)
Maximal Palindromic Factorization
"... Abstract. A palindrome is a symmetric string, phrase, number, or other sequence of units sequence that reads the same forward and backward. We present an algorithm for maximal palindromic factorization of a finite string by adapting an Gusfield algorithm [15] for detecting all occurrences of maximal ..."
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Abstract. A palindrome is a symmetric string, phrase, number, or other sequence of units sequence that reads the same forward and backward. We present an algorithm for maximal palindromic factorization of a finite string by adapting an Gusfield algorithm [15] for detecting all occurrences of maximal palindromes in a string in linear time to the length of the given string then using the breadth first search (BFS) to find the maximal palindromic factorization set. A factorization F of s with respect to S refers to a decomposition of s such that s = si1si2 · · · siℓ where sij ∈ S and ℓ is minimum. In this context the set S is referred to as the factorization set. In this paper, we tackle the following problem. Given a string s, find the maximal palindromic factorization of s, that is a factorization of s where the factorization set is the set of all centerdistinct maximal palindromes of a string s MP(s).
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"... The genome of the heartworm, Dirofilaria immitis, reveals drug and vaccine targets Citation for published version: ..."
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DETECTION AND CLUSTERING OF PALINDROME IN GENOME SEQUENCES BY DCTII METHOD
"... Detection and clustering of palindrome in genome sequences by DCTII method ..."
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Detection and clustering of palindrome in genome sequences by DCTII method
Correlation Between GCcontent and Palindromes in Randomly Generated Sequences and Viral Genomes
"... GCcontent, the ratio of guanine and cytosine bases in an entire nucleotide sequence, and palindromic sequences are unique for every organism due to genomic evolution. The goals of our research was to establish a correlation between GCcontent and palindromic densities in wildtype viral and randoml ..."
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GCcontent, the ratio of guanine and cytosine bases in an entire nucleotide sequence, and palindromic sequences are unique for every organism due to genomic evolution. The goals of our research was to establish a correlation between GCcontent and palindromic densities in wildtype viral and randomlygenerated genomes. Forty viral genomes were downloaded from GenBank and their GCratios and palindromic densities were calculated and plotted using Mathematica. The palindromic densitiesbyGCratios plot of randomly generated sequences (palindromic density curve) exhibited a quadratic relationship and was superimposed over the viral genome plot. It was observed that the viral plots followed the curvature of the random sequences ’ quadratic curve, signifying a directly proportional relationship between GCcontent and palindrome density in viral genomes. However, because viral genomes require certain nonpalindromic sequences to function, the palindromic densities of most wildtype genomes were under the palindromic density curve. The variance in palindrome densities of wildtype genomes in respect to the random sequences ’ quadratic curve may be examined to determine evolutionary traits in genomes. A better understanding of viral palindromic densities and GCratios would help in understanding conserved secondary RNA structures in viral genomes and future drug discovery. In addition, certain viral genomes were found to be viable recombinant viruses, which are used in gene therapy. 1