Research

This page contains information regarding my current and previous research in bioinformatics and computational biology. I will try to update this as much as I can.

Current Research

Constructing Cell Lineages of C. elegans using Neighbor-Independent Substitution Systems
A project I completed at the 2013 Wolfram Science Summer School, but I’m still working on the writeup.

Previous Research

Ninh, A. (2013) Discovering the distribution of palindromic sequences in the SMAD4 gene using large and medium deletions and the resulting RNA structure predictions. International Journal of Bioscience, Biochemistry and Bioinformatics. 3(5):479-482.

Ninh, A. (2013). Correlation Between GC-content and Palindromes in Randomly Generated Sequences and Viral Genomes. Unpublished.

The Human Rhinovirus Database
A database for the human rhinovirus (HRV) serotypes. Presented at ISBRA 2013 as a poster presentation.

Ninh, A. (2013). Comparison of Two Stochastic Cellular Automaton Models of Stem Cell Proliferation with Controls. Unpublished.

RanBio™ Smartphone Application (unpublished)
A mobile computational biology application to research randomly-generated nucleotide/protein sequences. Currently only for iOS. I used to use this app for personal use and for practice in app creation.

Ninh, A. and Battig, L. (2012). Discovering the distribution of palindromic sequences in the SMAD4 gene using large and medium deletions and the resulting RNA structure predictions. Journal of Experimental Secondary Science.

Arteriovenous Malformation Detection in Patients Diagnosed with JP-HHT
Oral presentation on mutations in certain regions of the SMAD4 gene that cause Juvenile Polyposis, Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia, or both.

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2 responses to “Research

  1. Anonymous

    Cool blog.

  2. Anonymous

    Very cool

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