A Review of Computational Methods for Finding Non-Coding RNA Genes
AbstractFinding non-coding RNA (ncRNA) genes has emerged over the past few years as a cutting-edge trend in bioinformatics. There are numerous computational intelligence (CI) challenges in the annotation and interpretation of ncRNAs because it requires a domain-related expert knowledge in CI techniques. Moreover, there are many classes predicted yet not experimentally verified by researchers. Recently, researchers have applied many CI methods to predict the classes of ncRNAs. However, the diverse CI approaches lack a definitive classification framework to take advantage of past studies. A few review papers have attempted to summarize CI approaches, but focused on the particular methodological viewpoints. Accordingly, in this article, we summarize in greater detail than previously available, the CI techniques for finding ncRNAs genes. We differentiate from the existing bodies of research and discuss concisely the technical merits of various techniques. Lastly, we review the limitations of ncRNA gene-finding CI methods with a point-of-view towards the development of new computational tools. View Full-Text
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Abbas, Q.; Raza, S.M.; Biyabani, A.A.; Jaffar, M.A. A Review of Computational Methods for Finding Non-Coding RNA Genes. Genes 2016, 7, 113.
Abbas Q, Raza SM, Biyabani AA, Jaffar MA. A Review of Computational Methods for Finding Non-Coding RNA Genes. Genes. 2016; 7(12):113.Chicago/Turabian Style
Abbas, Qaisar; Raza, Syed M.; Biyabani, Azizuddin A.; Jaffar, Muhammad A. 2016. "A Review of Computational Methods for Finding Non-Coding RNA Genes." Genes 7, no. 12: 113.
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