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- Origin and evolution of introns.
- Computer mining of novel genes.
- Prediction of constitutive and alternative splicing.
- Information content of genes beyond the coding meaning – codon bias
and context-dependent codon bias. How are these biases created and maintained?
- Principles of genome organization.
Alternative Splicing Mutation Database (ASMD) http://www.utoledo.edu/med/depts/bioinfo/asmd/
Genomic Mid-Range Inhomogeneity (GMRI) Program http://www.utoledo.edu/med/depts/bioinfo/gmri/
Full version of Curriculum Vita (in PDF format)
REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS (pdf available by clicking on link):
9. Fedorov A., Federova L. Exonic splicing enhancers. 2003 in Encyclopedia of the Human Genome, Nature Publishing Group, London, v 2, 386-391.
16. Fedorov A., Cao, X., Saxonov S., DeSouza S., Roy S.W., Gilbert W. Intron distribution difference for 276 ancient and 131 modern genes suggests the existence of ancient introns. PNAS 2001, 98, 13177-13182.