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Predicting changes in protein thermostability upon point mutation with deep 3D convolutional neural networks
B Li, Y Yang, J Capra, M Gerstein (2020). bioRxiv.

NIMBus: a Negative Binomial Regression based Integrative Method for Mutation Burden Analysis
J Zhang, J Liu, P McGillivray, C Yi, L Lochovsky, D Lee, M Gerstein (2020). bioRxiv.

Privacy-preserving genotype imputation with fully homomorphic encryption
G Gursoy, E Chielle, C Brannon, M Maniatakos, M Gerstein (2020). bioRxiv.

Bayesian Structural Time Series for Mobile Health and Sensor Data: A Flexible Modeling Framework for Evaluating Interventions
J Liu, DJ Spakowicz, R Hoyd, GI Ash, S Lou, D Lee, J Zhang, C Presley, A Greene, AV Papachristos, M Gerstein (2020). bioRxiv.

Storing and analyzing a genome on a blockchain
G Gursoy, C Brannon, S Wagner, M Gerstein (2020). bioRxiv.

To mock or not: a comprehensive comparison of mock IP and DNA input for ChIP-seq
J Xu, MM Kudron, A Victorsen, J Gao, HN Ammouri, FCP Navarro, L Gevirtzman, RH Waterston, KP White, V Reinke, M Gerstein (2019). bioRxiv.

Private information leakage from functional genomics data: Quantification with calibration experiments and reduction via data sanitization protocols
G Gursoy, P Emani, OA Jolanki, C Brannon, A Harmanci, JS Strattan, A Miranker, M Gerstein (2019). bioRxiv.

Quantum Computing at the Frontiers of Biological Sciences
PS Emani, J Warrell, AvAnticevic, S Bekiranov, M Gandal, MJ McConnell, G Sapiro, A Aspuru-Guzik, J Baker, M Bastiani, P McClure, J Murray, SN Sotiropoulos, J Taylor, G Senthil, T Lehner, MB Gerstein, AW Harrow (2019). arXiv.

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.

Cyclic and Multilevel Causation in Evolutionary Processes
J Warrell, M Gerstein (2019). bioRxiv.

SVFX: a machine-learning framework to quantify the pathogenicity of structural variants
S Kumar, A Harmanci, J Vytheeswaran, M Gerstein (2019). bioRxiv.

STARRPeaker: Uniform processing and accurate identification of STARR-seq active regions
D Lee, M Shi, J Moran, M Wall, J Zhang, J Liu, D Fitzgerald, Y Kyono, L Ma, K White, M Gerstein (2019). bioRxiv.

Latent-space embedding of expression data identifies gene signatures from sputum samples of asthmatic patients
S Lou, T Li, D Spakowicz, GL Chupp, M Gerstein (2019). bioRxiv.

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