Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

Volume 9, Issue 1, June 2021

  • Using Evolutionary Trees for the Colorectal Cancer Prognosis Prediction

    Hung-Yu Yan, Dun-Wei Cheng, Peng-Chan Lin, Hsin-Hung Chou, Meng-Ru Shen, Sun-Yuan Hsieh

    Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1, June 2021
    Pages: 1-14
    Received: Jan. 02, 2021
    Accepted: Jan. 29, 2021
    Published: Feb. 10, 2021
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    Abstract: The measurement of tree similarity based on structure comparison has been long used in diverse fields. We applied the evolutionary tree method to study the cancer genome. Cancer evolutionary trees, representing cancer diversity, provide information on the clonal evolution and the clinical outcome of cancer patients. This study considered 107 colore... Show More
  • A Comprehensive Review of Predicting Method of RNA Tertiary Structure

    Yurong Yang, Zhendong Liu

    Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1, June 2021
    Pages: 15-20
    Received: Feb. 06, 2021
    Accepted: Mar. 01, 2021
    Published: Mar. 10, 2021
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    Abstract: In recent years, great progress has been made in the research of RNA function, and more and more RNA functions have been discovered. The function of RNA is highly dependent on its 3D structure, the RNA tertiary structure includes the RNA 3D structure and RNA tertiary interaction, so the RNA tertiary structure prediction has also attracted extensive... Show More
  • Prey Fragmentation and Transport in Six Tropical Arboreal Ant Species

    Tadu Zephirin, Messop-Youbi Edith Blandine, Fomekong Lontchi Judicael, Alene Desiree Chantal, Djieto-Lordon Champlain

    Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1, June 2021
    Pages: 21-30
    Received: May 17, 2021
    Accepted: Jun. 03, 2021
    Published: Jun. 25, 2021
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    Abstract: Prey fragmentation and transport modalities were studied in Myrmicaria opaciventris, Platythyrea conradti, Cremtogaster sp., Crematogaster clariventris, Tetramorium aculeatum and Oecophylla longinoda, six tropical ant species with varying levels of adaptation to foraging in the tree canopy. Termites and grasshoppers of different sizes were used as ... Show More