Optimal Distributed Multiple Sequence Alignment Using Conformal Computing Methods

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Multiple sequence alignment (MSA) is a very common bioinformatics technique used in biological and medical research, to study the function, structure and evolution of genes and proteins. The algorithm for the optimal solution to the MSA problem is well-understood, but cannot be implemented even on high-performance computers since it cannot be easily distributed across multiple processors.
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Helal, Manal
El-Gindy, Hossam
Gaeta, Bruno
Mullin, Lenore
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2007
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