A Non-Linear Analogy Procedure for Gene Repair†
AbstractInteractions between sub-systems and their environment are everywhere. In this paper, logistic map is applied, which felicitously stimulates the chaotic behavior of gene, to make analogy of a health DNA sequence and a mutation DNA sequence. By successfully repairing mutational part of a DNA sequence segment with help of neighbor-compressed method, we propose that compressing the neighbor healthy part to replay the mutational part is an effective way for gene repair. Since information ecosystem also possesses chaotic characteristics, the concept that extracting information from the neighboring environment can amend or complete information of corresponding elements also apply to information ecosystems.
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Deng, X.; Meng, J. A Non-Linear Analogy Procedure for Gene Repair. Proceedings 2017, 1, 128.
Deng X, Meng J. A Non-Linear Analogy Procedure for Gene Repair. Proceedings. 2017; 1(3):128.Chicago/Turabian Style
Deng, Xiaoyu; Meng, Jun. 2017. "A Non-Linear Analogy Procedure for Gene Repair." Proceedings 1, no. 3: 128.
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