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By Yelena Frid, Dan Gusfield (auth.), Vincent Moulton, Mona Singh (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the tenth overseas Workshop on Algorithms in Bioinformatics, WABI 2010, held in Liverpool, united kingdom, in September 2010. The 30 revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from eighty three submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on biomolecular constitution: RNA, protein and molecular comparability; comparative genomics; haplotype and genotype research; high-throughput information research: subsequent new release sequencing and stream cytometry; networks; phylogenetics; and sequences, strings and motifs.

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I + di,i − 1, i − di,i + 1)} 1 The original presentation of the algorithm in terms of the ADP framework does not explicitly consider a matrix K but only a motif knot. 42 M. M¨ ohl et al. (a) dii‘ i W dj‘j j‘ dii‘ W i‘ dj‘j W j (b) dj‘j i j‘ W i‘2 i‘1 W W dj‘j j W Fig. 1. Recursion for canonical pseudoknots (a) and their sparsification (b) and {(j , j), (j + 1, j − 1), . . , (j + dj ,j − 1, j − dj ,j + 1)} where the stacking length of the two stems, di,i and dj ,j , respectively, is chosen as large as possible such that still all base pairs are valid Watson-Crick base pairs.

There are more than 8 million available molecules [7], and it is therefore not possible to perform computationally expensive calculations on each one. The need therefore arise for fast screening methods for identifying the molecules that are most likely to have an effect on a disease or illness. g. from an already existing drug. An obvious initial screening method presents itself, namely to identify the molecules which are similar to this known molecule. To implement this screening method one must decide on a representation of the molecules and a similarity measure between representations of molecules.

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