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Neural network prediction of translation initiation sites in eukaryotes: perspectives for EST and genome analysis
Proceedings. International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology
Translation in eukaryotes does not always start at the first AUG in an mRNA, implying that context information also plays a role. This makes prediction of translation initiation sites a non-trivial task, especially when analysing EST and genome data where the entire mature mRNA sequence is not known. In this paper, we employ artificial neural networks to predict which AUG triplet in an mRNA sequence is the start codon. The trained networks correctly classified 88% of Arabidopsis and 85% ofpmid:9322041 fatcat:jp3rvvrvhjbc7g25hge7hjot6e