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, Rodica Tuduce, Iulian Nastac, Jan Cornelis, Rudi Deklerck, Marius Andrei

IEEE BIBE 2007 – 7th International Conference on Bioinformatics and BioEngineering, 14-17 Oct, Boston, USA

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Sets of related signals can be represented by separating their joint variation and showing the individual signal offsets with respect to this reference. An example is the genomic signal analysis of pathogen variability. The conversion of symbolic nucleotide sequences to genomic signals allows to use signal processing methods to analyze genomic data. This approach reveals striking regularities in the distribution of nucleotides and pair of nucleotides along the sequences, in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Genomic signals can also be used for sequence prediction, similarly to time series prediction. The methodology is also adequate for studying the development of pathogen multiple resistance to drugs.