Stochastic model of homogeneous coding and latent periodicity in DNA sequences

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Abstract

The concept of latent triplet periodicity in coding DNA sequences which has been earlier extensively discussed is confirmed in the result of analysis of a number of eukaryotic genomes, where latent periodicity of a new type, called profile periodicity, is recognized in the CDSs. Original model of Stochastic Homogeneous Organization of Coding (SHOC-model) in textual string is proposed. This model explains the existence of latent profile periodicity and regularity in DNA sequences.

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Chaley, M., & Kutyrkin, V. (2016). Stochastic model of homogeneous coding and latent periodicity in DNA sequences. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 390, 106–116. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtbi.2015.11.014

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