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A genome-wide atlas of recurrent repeat expansions in human cancer
GS Erwin, G Gürsoy, R Al-Abri, A Suriyaprakash, E Dolzhenko, K Zhu, CR Hoerner, SM White, L Ramirez, A Vadlakonda, A Vadlakonda, K von Kraut, J Park, CM Brannon, DA Sumano, RA Kirtikar, AA Erwin, TJ Metzner, RKC Yuen, AC Fan, JT Leppert, MA Eberle, M Gerstein, M Snyder (2022). bioRxiv.

Insights from Incorporating Quantum Computing into Drug Design Workflows
Bayo Lau, Prashant S. Emani, Jackson Chapman, Lijing Yao, Tarsus Lam, Paul Merrill, Jonathan Warrell, Mark B. Gerstein, Hugo Y.K. Lam (2022). bioRxiv

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.

Genetic determination of regional connectivity in modelling the spread of COVID-19 outbreak for improved mitigation strategies
L Salichos, J Warrell, H Cevasco, A Chung, M Gerstein (2021). 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.

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.


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