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Features extraction from DNA sequences using the textural analysis

Published by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan

Citation:  Paper number  033115,  2003 ASAE Annual Meeting . (doi: 10.13031/2013.14062) @2003
Authors:   Kazuhiro Fukui, Haruhiko Murase, Tsuyoshi Okayama, Katsusuke Murakami
Keywords:   Texture analysis, Heat shock protein, Promoter, Pattern extraction

In the genome project, prediction of a gene domain and functional prediction of a gene have just started, and there are still few effective methods for accomplishing this. The gene consists of the coding regions coding proteins, and the control regions which control gene expression in procaryote. Especially in the control regions, the promoter that controls the transcription of genes is the most representative. Then, we applied texture analysis, which is often employed in the field of image processing, to the promoter (transcriptional control region) of gene-coding proteins called Heat shock proteins, and extracted the common pattern from the promoters.

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