Sunday, October 12, 2008

abstract for talk at RECOMB Regulatory Genomics 2008 on ~31-Oct-2008 [I:RECOMB08SAT] - vers 2

Title: Human Genome Annotation, Focusing on Intergenic Regions

A central problem for 21st century science will be the annotation and
understanding of the human genome. My talk will be concerned with
topics within this area, in particular annotating pseudogenes (protein
fossils), binding sites, CNVs, and novel transcribed regions in the
genome. Much of this work has been carried out in the framework of the
ENCODE and modENCODE projects.

In particular, I will discuss how we identify regulatory regions and
novel, non-genic transcribed regions in the genome based on processing
of tiling array and next-generation sequencing experiments. I will
further discuss how we cluster together groups of binding sites and
novel transcribed regions.

Throughout I will try to introduce some of the computational
algorithms and approaches that are required for genome annotation --
e.g., the construction of annotation pipelines, developing algorithms
for optimal tiling, and refining approaches for scoring microarrays.

Toward a universal microarray: prediction of gene expression through
nearest-neighbor probe sequence identification.
TE Royce, JS Rozowsky, MB Gerstein (2007) Nucleic Acids Res 35: e99.

Statistical analysis of the genomic distribution and correlation of regulatory
elements in the ENCODE regions.
ZD Zhang, A Paccanaro, Y Fu, S Weissman, Z Weng, J Chang, M Snyder, MB Gerstein
(2007) Genome Res 17: 787-97.

The DART classification of unannotated transcription within the ENCODE regions:
associating transcription with known and novel loci.
JS Rozowsky, D Newburger, F Sayward, J Wu, G Jordan, JO Korbel, U Nagalakshmi, J
Yang, D Zheng, R Guigo, TR Gingeras, S Weissman, P Miller, M Snyder, MB Gerstein
(2007) Genome Res 17: 732-45.

What is a gene, post-ENCODE? History and updated definition.
MB Gerstein, C Bruce, JS Rozowsky, D Zheng, J Du, JO Korbel, O Emanuelsson, ZD
Zhang, S Weissman, M Snyder (2007) Genome Res 17: 669-81.

Analysis of Copy Number Variants and Segmental Duplications in the Human Genome:
Evidence for a Change in the Process of Formation Mechanism in Recent
Evolutionary History
Philip M. Kim Hugo Y. K. Lam Alexander E. Urban, Jan Korbel, Xueying Chen,
Michael Snyder and Mark B. Gerstein
Genome Res. (in press, 2008)

Modeling ChIP sequencing in silico with applications.
ZD Zhang, J Rozowsky, M Snyder, J Chang, M Gerstein (2008) PLoS Comput Biol 4:

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