|Part 1: Using DNA Sequence to Explain Mechanism|
|2||Pairwise Alignment||Durbin, R., S. R. Eddy, A. Krogh, and G. Mitchison. Biological Sequence Analysis: Probabilistic Models of Proteins and Nucleic Acids. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1999. ISBN: 9780521629713.|
|3||Finding Regulatory Sequences in DNA: Motif Discovery||Hughes, et al. Journal of Molecular Biology 296, no. 5 (2000): 1205-14.|
|4||Finding Regulatory Sequences in DNA: Motif Discovery (cont.)|
|Part 2: Observing the Mechanism of Transcriptional Regulation|
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Tong Ihn Lee, et al. “Transcriptional Regulatory Networks in Saccharomyces Cerevisiae.” Science (2002).
|6||Expression Arrays, Normalization, and Error Models||
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|7||Expression Profiles, Clustering, and Latent Processes||
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|8||Computational Functional Genomics||Introduction to SVD|
|9||Stem Cells and Transcriptional Regulation||Dor, Y., J. Brown, O. Martinez, and D. A. Melton. “Adult Pancreatic Beta-cells are Formed by Self-duplication Rather Than Stem-cell Differentiation.” Nature 429, no. 6987 (2004): 41-6.|
Part One: An Example of Clustering Expression Data
Part Two: Computational Functional Genomics (cont.)
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|11||Project Group Meetings|
|12||Project Group Initial Presentations|
|13||Computational Discovery of Regulatory Networks||
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|14||RNA Silencing||Cooper, G. F., and E. Herskovits. “ A Bayesian Method for the Induction of Probabilistic Networks from Data .” KSL-91-02 (Knowledge Systems Laboratory, Stanford University), November 1993.|
|Part 3: Building Predictive Network Models of Transcriptional Regulation|
|15||Computational Functional Genomics (cont.)||
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|16||Human Regulatory Networks||
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Tong, A. H., et al. “Global Mapping of the Yeast Genetic Interaction Network.” Science 303, no. 5659 (2004): 808-13.
|19||Causal Bayesian Networks, Active Learning|
|20||From Biological Data to Biological Insight|
|21||Modeling Transcriptional Regulation||
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