Linear prediction of nucleotides in a genome sequence

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Nucleotides are organic molecules, which are monomer units that form polymers of nucleic acid „deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)‟ and „ribonucleic acid (RNA)‟. The four nucleotides A, T, G and C get connected by phosphodiester bonds to form strands. Strand formation depends on innumerable factors related to inter and intra cellular parameters and functions. One cannot precisely say that a particular strand gets formed using such and such rules. The infinite possibilities of strand formation cannot be determined experimentally or in the framework of classical genetics. One can alternatively formulate a notion of the “Language of Genomes” wherein one can finitely specify infinite strands. This paper introduces a novel prediction algorithm, which generates possible strands based on available nucleotides statistics.

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Venkateswarlu, P., & Rajan, E. G. (2019). Linear prediction of nucleotides in a genome sequence. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(12), 5142–5146.

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