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Volume 6 (2):142-148, 2005.


 Analysis of n-nary tract frequency in the genome.

 

Ophir D*, Gera A**

  

  * Department of Computer Science and Mathematics, Ariel Academic College in Yudea and Samaria and **ELTA Systems Ltd. Israel

 

 ABSTRACT

 

 Ophir D, Gera A, Analysis of n-nary tract frequency in the genome, Onl J Bioinform., 6 (2):142-148, 2005. The investigation of n-nary tracts has arisen following the discovery of over-representation of binary tracts in the genome. This work describes frequencies of ternary tracts in diverse gene locations using the p53 gene as an example. Results suggested that binary sub-tracts dominated over ternary tracts. The uniformity in the p53 gene was 62.5% greater than in a random sequence.  This suggests that ternary tracts proprieties derive from lengthy binary subtracts and would not have a role in the gene.

  

KEYWORDS: Unary tract, binary tract, ternary tract, n-nary tract.


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