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REPIC — an ensemble learning methodology for cryo-EM particle picking
CJF Cameron, SJH Seager, FJ Sigworth, HD Tagare, MB Gerstein (2023). bioRxiv

Disentangled Wasserstein Autoencoder for T-Cell Receptor Engineering
Tianxiao Li, Martin Renqiang Min, Hongyu Guo, Filippo Grazioli, Mark Gerstein (2022). arXiv

PLIGHT: A tool to assess privacy risk by inferring identifying characteristics from sparse, noisy genotypes
PS Emani, G Gursoy, AD Miranker, M Gerstein (2021). bioRxiv.

Discovering a less-is-more effect to select transcription factor binding sites informative for motif inference
Jinrui Xu, Jiahao Gao, Mark Gerstein (2021). bioRxiv.

Compression-based Network Interpretability Schemes
J Warrell, H Mohsen, M Gerstein (2020). bioRxiv.

Latent Evolutionary Signatures: A General Framework for Analyzing Music and Cultural Evolution
J Warrell, L Salichos, M Gerstein (2020). bioRxiv.

LESSeq: Local event-based analysis of alternative splicing using RNA-Seq data
J Leng, CJF Cameron, S Oh, E Khurana, JP Noonan, MB Gerstein (2019). bioRxiv.

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