Motifs in Sequences: Localization and Extraction

Abstract : Conserved patterns of any kind are of great interest in biology as they are likely to represent objects upon which strong constraints are potentially acting and may therefore perform a biological function. Among the objects which may model biological entities, we shall consider in this chapter strings only.
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Maxime Crochemore, Marie-France Sagot. Motifs in Sequences: Localization and Extraction. Konopka A. K., Crabbe M. J. C. Compact Handbook of Computational Biology, Marcel Dekker, New York, pp.47-97, 2004. ⟨hal-00620799⟩

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