Talks at ACM-BCB in DC

Two Wheeler lab members recently presented work at the 2018 ACM-BCB conference in Washington DC, with corresponding papers appearing in the ACM-BCB conference proceedings.

Alex Nord presented his work on Mirage, a splice-aware tool for aligning protein isoforms within and between species. See the paper here.

Daniel Olson presented his work on ULTRA, a model-based method for labeling repetitive regions of biological sequences. See the paper here.

 

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