A deep learning framework combined with word embedding to identify DNA replication origins

Scientific Reports
Feng WuLina Zhang

Abstract

The DNA replication influences the inheritance of genetic information in the DNA life cycle. As the distribution of replication origins (ORIs) is the major determinant to precisely regulate the replication process, the correct identification of ORIs is significant in giving an insightful understanding of DNA replication mechanisms and the regulatory mechanisms of genetic expressions. For eukaryotes in particular, multiple ORIs exist in each of their gene sequences to complete the replication in a reasonable period of time. To simplify the identification process of eukaryote's ORIs, most of existing methods are developed by traditional machine learning algorithms, and target to the gene sequences with a fixed length. Consequently, the identification results are not satisfying, i.e. there is still great room for improvement. To break through the limitations in previous studies, this paper develops sequence segmentation methods, and employs the word embedding technique, 'Word2vec', to convert gene sequences into word vectors, thereby grasping the inner correlations of gene sequences with different lengths. Then, a deep learning framework to perform the ORI identification task is constructed by a convolutional neural network with a...Continue Reading

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Methods Mentioned

BETA
feature extraction
Immunoprecipitation

Related Concepts

Base Sequence
DNA
Genes
DNA Replication
Biological Neural Networks
Comparative Genomic Analysis
Analysis
Protein Expression
Protein, Organized by Origin
Replication-Associated Process

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