On Numerical Characterization of DNA, Proteins, Proteomics Maps and Proteome from their Graphical Representations

author: Milan Randić, Drake University
published: Feb. 25, 2007,   recorded: November 2005,   views: 4969

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We will outline calculation of a selection of mathematical invariants that can be extracted from matrices associated with various graphical representations of DNA, Proteins, Proteomics Maps and Proteome. In the case with proteome maps one can construct a zigzag line connecting ordered spots in a map, one may construct the partial order graph, one may construct the cluster graph, one may construct the nearest neighbor graph or the sequential neighbor graph, and one may construct the minimal spanning tree.

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Comment1 richard, April 3, 2007 at 10:25 p.m.:

may I have academic cooperation with you as I have to screen as many as 10^(16) small molecule compound library to find a drug and I need to develop new algorithm on it.

Dr. Richard Wu

National Institute of Health

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