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By Bernard M. E. Moret (auth.), Aaron Darling, Jens Stoye (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the thirteenth overseas Workshop on Algorithms in Bioinformatics, WABI 2013, held in Sophia Antipolis, France, in September 2013. WABI 2013 is one in every of seven workshops which, in addition to the eu Symposium on Algorithms (ESA), represent the ALGO annual assembly and highlights examine in algorithmic paintings for bioinformatics, computational biology and structures biology. The objective is to provide fresh examine effects, together with major work-in-progress, and to spot and discover instructions of destiny learn. The 27 complete papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from sixty one submissions. The papers disguise all points of algorithms in bioinformatics, computational biology and platforms biology.

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Research in structure alignments has intensified recently to enable efficient searches of such databases. Protein structures are usually modeled as 3-dimensional coordinates of atoms. Thus, the alignment of two protein structures can be modeled as an optimization problem to minimize the distance between two protein structures after a specific rotation and translation. One problem with such comparisons is that the time complexity is typically high. As a result, current methods for the problem are heuristic in nature [2–12].

Network dynamically changes over time or conditions, calling for reconstructions that can integrate such data to a coherent picture of the activity dynamics of the underlying pathways. Here we tackle this multiple-condition scenario, where the reconstructed subnetwork should explain in a coherent manner multiple experiments driven by the same set of proteins (referred to here as anchor proteins) while producing different subsets of affected proteins, or terminals. As in the single-condition case, a parsimonious assumption implies that the reconstructed subnetwork should be of minimum size.

The cost is then defined as α · L(f ) + (1 − α) · N (f ), where 0 ≤ α ≤ 1 balances the two terms. We study the following minimum k-labeling (MKL) problem on G: The input is an anchor node a ∈ V and k ≥ 1 sets of terminals T1 , . . , Tk in V \ {a} that implicitly assign to each terminal the subset of conditions, or labels in which it is affected. The objective is to find a valid labeling of the edges of G of minimum cost. A Minimum-Labeling Approach for Reconstructing Protein Networks 35 Clearly, any valid labeling induces a subnetwork that can model each of the experiments: this subnetwork is comprised of those edges that are assigned a non-empty subset of labels.

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