HJCB  >> Vol. 6 No. 3 (September 2016)

    Research on Statistical Analysis of Gene Splicing Sites

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李宏彬,赫光中:咸阳职业技术学院医学院,陕西 咸阳

基因剪切位点统计分析Gene Splice Site Statistical Analysis



The genes of eukaryotes are composed of several exons and introns. After transcript process, sequences of exons are retained, while sequences of introns are cleaved off. A large number of experiments of molecular biology validate that the splicing sites between exon and intron follow the rule of GT-AG, only a few GT or AG sequences are true splicing sites, and the accuracy of the prediction still needs to be improved. In this study, the training dataset of splicing site of HS3D was downloaded, and a statistical analysis of the sequence near the splicing site of the promoter was carried out. The sequence showed high specificity when the true and false sequence lengths of the left splicing site side and right splicing site side were both more than seven, which was helpful to train the sequences characters so as to accurately identify the true and false splicing sites.

李宏彬, 赫光中. 基因剪切位点的统计分析研究[J]. 计算生物学, 2016, 6(3): 41-49. http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/HJCB.2016.63006


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