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Chromosomal Inversion Symmetry: Generalized Chargaff Rules

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Jan 14, 2015

Sagi ShporerDavid J Horn

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The generalization of the second Chargaff rule to values of k larger than 1, states that the frequency of any k-mer on a single strand almost equals that of its inverse (reverse-complement). We demonstrate the validity of the generalized rule up to k=10 for all human chromosomes. Moreov...read more

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  • Chromosomal Inversion Symmetry: Generalized Chargaff Rules

    bioRxiv

    Jan 14, 2015

    Sagi ShporerDavid J Horn

    PMID: 990013789

    DOI: 10.1101/013789

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    The generalization of the second Chargaff rule to values of k larger than 1, states that the frequency of any k-mer on a single strand almost equals that of its inverse (reverse-complement). We demonstrate the validity of the generalized rule up to k=10 for all human chromosomes. Moreov...read more

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