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Publications during 2017

 

 

 

1.C. Peng, Y. Lin, H. Luo and F. Gao (2017) A Comprehensive Overview of Online Resources to Identify and Predict Bacterial Essential Genes. Front. Microbiol, 8:2331.

2.Z.K. Yang , F. Gao (2017) The systematic analysis of ultraconserved genomic regions in the budding yeast. Bioinformatics, in press.

3.W. Wei#, F. Gao#, M.Z. Du, H.L. Hua, J. Wang and F.B. Guo (2017). Zisland Explorer: detect genomic islands by combining homogeneity and heterogeneity properties. Briefings in Bioinformatics, 18(3):357-366.(# These authors contributed equally to this work.)[Webpage]

4.Xie, Z.-X., Li, B.-Z., Mitchell, L.A., Wu, Y., Qi, X., Jin, Z., Jia, B., Wang, X., Zeng, B.-X., Liu, H.-M., Wu, X.-L., Feng, Q., Zhang, W.-Z., Liu, W., Ding, M.-Z., Li, X., Zhao, G.-R., Qiao, J.-J., Cheng, J.-S., Zhao, M., Kuang, Z., Wang, X., Martin, J.A., Stracquadanio, G., Yang, K., Bai, X., Zhao, J., Hu, M.-L., Lin, Q.-H., Zhang, W.-Q., Shen, M.-H., Chen, S., Su, W., Wang, E.-X., Guo, R., Zhai, F., Guo, X.-J., Du, H.-X., Zhu, J.-Q., Song, T.-Q., Dai, J.-J., Li, F.-F., Jiang, G.-Z., Han, S.-L., Liu, S.-Y., Yu, Z.-C., Yang, X.-N., Chen, K., Hu, C., Li, D.-S., Jia, N., Liu, Y., Wang, L.-T., Wang, S., Wei, X.-T., Fu, M.-Q., Qu, L.-M., Xin, S.-Y., Liu, T., Tian, K.-R., Li, X.-N., Zhang, J.-H., Song, L.-X., Liu, J.-G., Lv, J.-F., Xu, H., Tao, R., Wang, Y., Zhang, T.-T., Deng, Y.-X., Wang, Y.-R., Li, T., Ye, G.-X., Xu, X.-R., Xia, Z.-B., Zhang, W., Yang, S.-L., Liu, Y.-L., Ding, W.-Q., Liu, Z.-N., Zhu, J.-Q., Liu, N.-Z., Walker, R., Luo, Y., Wang, Y., Shen, Y., Yang, H., Cai, Y., Ma, P.-S., Zhang, C.-T., Bader, J.S., Boeke, J.D., and Yuan, Y.-J. (2017). "Perfect" designer chromosome V and behavior of a ring derivative. Science 355. doi: 10.1126/science.aaf4704.

5.Wu, Y., Li, B.-Z., Zhao, M., Mitchell, L.A., Xie, Z.-X., Lin, Q.-H., Wang, X., Xiao, W.-H., Wang, Y., Zhou, X., Liu, H., Li, X., Ding, M.-Z., Liu, D., Zhang, L., Liu, B.-L., Wu, X.-L., Li, F.-F., Dong, X.-T., Jia, B., Zhang, W.-Z., Jiang, G.-Z., Liu, Y., Bai, X., Song, T.-Q., Chen, Y., Zhou, S.-J., Zhu, R.-Y., Gao, F., Kuang, Z., Wang, X., Shen, M., Yang, K., Stracquadanio, G., Richardson, S.M., Lin, Y., Wang, L., Walker, R., Luo, Y., Ma, P.-S., Yang, H., Cai, Y., Dai, J., Bader, J.S., Boeke, J.D., and Yuan, Y.-J. (2017). Bug mapping and fitness testing of chemically synthesized chromosome X. Science 355. doi: 10.1126/science.aaf4706.

6.Lin Y., Zhang F.Z., Xu, K., Gao Y.Z., Guo F.B.(2017). Identifying bacterial essential genes based on a feature-integrated method. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, doi: 10.1109/TCBB.2017.2669968.

7.G. Zhang, F. Gao (2017) Quantitative analysis of correlation between AT and GC biases among bacterial genomes. PLoS ONE, 12(2): e0171408.

8.F.B. Guo, C. Dong, H.L. Hua, S. Liu, H. Luo, H.W. Zhang, Y.T. Jin and K.Y. Zhang (2017) Accurate prediction of human essential genes using only nucleotide composition and association information. Bioinformatics, 1-7

9.N. Jia, M.Z. Ding, H. Luo, F. Gao and Y.J. Yuan (2017) Complete genome sequencing and antibiotics biosynthesis pathways analysis of Streptomyces lydicus 103. Scientific Reports, 7, 44786

10.N. Jia, M.Z. Ding, Y. Zou, F. Gao and Y.J. Yuan (2017)Comparative genomics and metabolomics analyses of the adaptation mechanism in Ketogulonicigenium vulgare-Bacillus thuringiensis consortium. Scientific Reports, 7, 46759

11.H. Luo, F. Gao as co-first author in BIG Data Center Members (2017) Database resources of the BIG Data Center in 2018. Nucleic Acids Res, 10.1093/nar/gkx897.

 

 

 

Publications during 2016

 

 

 

1.N. Jia, M.Z. Ding, Y.Z. Du, S. Feng, F. Gao and Y.J. Yuan (2016). Complete Genome Sequence of the Industrial Bacterium Ketogulonicigenium vulgare SKV. Genome Announc, 4 (6), e01426-16.

2.N. Jia, M.Z. Ding, F. Gao and Y.J. Yuan (2016). Comparative genomics analysis of the companion mechanisms of Bacillus thuringiensis Bc601 and Bacillus endophyticus Hbe603 in bacterial consortium. Scientific Reports, 6, 28794.

3.F. Gao, ed. (2016). DNA Replication Origins in Microbial Genomes. Lausanne: Frontiers Media, doi: 10.3389/978-2-88919-779-8 .

4.F. Gao (2016). Editorial: DNA Replication Originsin Microbial Genomes. Frontiers in Microbiology, 6, 1545.

5.N. Jia, M.Z. Ding, J. Du, C.H. Pan, G. Tian, J.D. Lang, J.H. Fang, F. Gao, Y.J. Yuan (2016). Insights into mutualism mechanism and versatile metabolism of Ketogulonicigenium vulgare Hbe602 based on comparative genomics and metabolomics studies. Sci. Rep, 6, 23068.

 

 

 

Publications during 2015

 

 

 

1.H. Huang, C.C. Song, Z. Yang, Y. Dong, Y. Hu and F. Gao (2015).Identification of the replication origins from Cyanothece ATCC 51142 and their interactions with the DnaA protein: from in silico to in vitro studies. Frontiers in Microbiology, 6, 1370.

2.N. Jia, J. Du, M. Z. Ding, F. Gao and Y. J. Yuan (2015). Genome Sequence of Bacillus endophyticus and Analysis of Its Companion Mechanism in the Ketogulonigenium vulgare-Bacillus Strain Consortium. PLoS ONE , 10(8), e0135104.

3.H. Luo, F. Fao and Y. Lin (2015). Evolutionary conservation analysis between the essential and nonessential genes in bacterial genomes. Scientific Reports, 5, 13210.

4.X. Zhang, C. Peng, G. Zhang, F. Gao (2015). Comparative analysis of essential genes in prokaryotic genomic islands. Scientific Reports, 5, 12561.

5.C. Zhang, F. Gao, H. Luo, C.T. Zhang, R. Zhang (2015). Differential response in levels of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol to one-year metformin treatment in prediabetic patients by race/ethnicity. Cardiovascular Diabetology, 14(1), 79.

6.C. Zhang, H. Luo, F. Gao, C.T. Zhang, R. Zhang (2015). A reduction in both visceral and subcutaneous fats contributes to increased adiponectin by lifestyle intervention in the Diabetes Prevention Program. Acta diabetologica, 52(3), 625-628.

7.F. Gao, H. Luo, Z. Fu, C. T. Zhang, and R. Zhang (2015). Exome sequencing identifies novel ApoB loss-of-function mutations causing hypobetalipoproteinemia in type 1 diabetes. Acta diabetologica, 52(3), 531-537.

8.Z. G. Hua, Y. Lin, Y. Z. Yuan, D. C. Yang, W. Wei, and F. B. Guo (2015). ZCURVE 3.0: identify prokaryotic genes with higher accuracy as well as automatically and accurately select essential genes. Nucleic Acids Research, 43 (W1), W85-W90.[Webpage]

9.F. Gao (2015). Bacteria may have multiple replication origins. Frontiers in Microbiology, 6, 324.

10.C. Peng, H. Luo, X. Zhang and F. Gao (2015). Recent advances in the genome-wide study of DNA replication origins in yeast. Frontiers in Microbiology, 6, 117.

11.F. Gao, H. Luo, C.T. Zhang and R. Zhang (2015). Book chapter: "Gene Essentiality Analysis Based on DEG 10, an Updated Database of Essential Genes." Methods in Molecular Biology, Editor: Long Jason Lu, Springer.[Link to Spring]

 

 

 

Publications during 2014

 

 

 

1.H. Luo, C.T. Zhang and F. Gao (2014). Ori-Finder 2, an integrated tool to predict replication origins in the archaeal genomes. Frontiters in Microbiology. 5, 482.[Webpage]

2.C. Peng and F. Gao (2014). Protein localization analysis of essential genes in prokaryotes. Scientific Reports, 4, 6001.

3.C.T. Zhang (2014). Editorial (Thematic Issue: Z-curve Applications in Genome Analysis). Current Genomics, 15(2), 77.

4.R. Zhang and C.T. Zhang (2014). A Brief Review: The Z-curve Theory and its Application in Genome Analysis. Current Genomics, 15(2), 78-94.

5.F.B. Guo, Y. Lin and L.L. Chen (2014). Recognition of Protein-coding Genes Based on Z-curve Algorithms. Current Genomics, 15(2), 95-103.

6.F. Gao (2014). Recent Advances in the Identification of Replication Origins Based on the Z-curve Method. Current Genomics, 15(2), 104-112.

7.R. Zhang, H.Y. Ou, F. Gao and H. Luo (2014). Identification of Horizontally-transferred Genomic Islands and Genome Segmentation Points by Using the GC Profile Method. Current Genomics, 15(2), 113-121.

8.H. Luo, Y. Lin, F. Gao, C.T. Zhang and R. Zhang (2014). DEG 10, an update of the Database of Essential Genes that includes both protein-coding genes and non-coding genomic elements. Nucleic Acids Research, 42, 574-580.[Webpage]

9.H. Huang, Y. Dong, Z.L. Yang, H. Luo, X. Zhang, F. Gao (2014). Complete Sequence of pABTJ2, a Plasmid from A. baumannii MDR-TJ, Carrying Many Phage-like Elements. Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics, 12, 172-177.

 

 

 

Publications during 2013

 

 

 

1.Z. G. Yang and C.T. Zhang (2013). A proposal for a novel impact factor as an alternative to the JCR impact factor. Scientific Reports, 3, 3410.

2.C.T. Zhang (2013). A novel triangle mapping technique to study the h-index based citation distribution. Scientific Reports, 3, 1023.

3.F. Gao, H. Luo and C.T. Zhang (2013). DoriC 5.0: an updated database of oriC regions in both bacterial and archaeal genomes. Nucleic Acids Research, 41, 90-93.[Webpage]

4.C.T. Zhang (2013). The h' Index, Effectively Improving the h-Index Based on the Citation Distribution. PLoS ONE, 8(4), e59912.

 

 

 

Publications during 2012

 

 

 

1.F. Gao, H. Luo and C.T. Zhang (2012). DeOri: a database of eukaryotic DNA replication origins. Bioinformatics, 28, 1551-1552. [Webpage]

2.H. Huang, Z.L. Yang, X.M. Wu, Y. Wang, Y.J. Liu, H. Luo, X. Lv, Y.R. Gan, S.D. Song and F. Gao (2012). Complete genome sequence of Acinetobacter baumannii MDR-TJ and insights into its mechanism of antibiotic resistance. The Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy, 67, 2825-2832.

3. Z.G. Yang, F. Gao and C.T. Zhang (2012). Comparison of journal self-citation rates between some Chinese and non-Chinese international journals. PLoS ONE, 7(11), e49001.

4.F. Gao#, Y. Lin# and R.R. Zhang (2012). RNA-DNA differences are rarer in proto-oncogenes than in tumor suppressor genes. Scientific Reports, 2, 245. (# These authors contributed equally to this work.)[Webpage]

 

 

 

Selected publications during recent years

 

 

 

1. F. Gao, Y. Wang, Y.J. Liu, X.M. Wu, X. Lv, Y.R. Gan, S.D. Song and H. Huang (2011). Genome sequence of Acinetobacter baumannii MDR-TJ. J Bacteriol, 193(9), 2365-2366.

2. Y. Lin and R.R. Zhang (2011). Putative essential and core-essential genes in Mycoplasma genomes. Sci. Rep., 1, 53; DOI:10.1038/srep00053.

3. F. Gao and R. Zhang (2011). Enzymes are enriched in bacterial essential genes.
PLoS ONE, 6(6), e21683.

4. Y. Lin, F. Gao and C.T. Zhang (2010). Functionality of essential genes drives gene strand-bias in bacterial genomes. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 396, 472-476. [Webpage]

5. C.T. Zhang (2010). Relationship of the h-index, g-index, and e-index. J Am Soc Inf Sci Tech, 61(3), 625-628.

6. C.T. Zhang (2009). A proposal for calculating weighted citations based on author rank. EMBO Reports, 10(5), 416-417.

7. C.T. Zhang (2009). The e-index, complementing the h-index for excess citations. PLoS ONE, 4(5), e5429.doi10.1371.

8. R. Zhang and Y. Lin (2009). DEG 5.0, a database of essential genes in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Nucleic Acids Research, 37, D455-D458. [Webpage]

9. F. Gao and C.T. Zhang (2008). Origins of replication in Cyanothece 51142. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 105, E125.

10. F. Gao and C.T. Zhang (2008). Prediction of replication time zones at single nucleotide resolution in the human genome. FEBS Letters, 582, 2441-2445. [Webpage]

11. W.X. Zheng and C.T. Zhang (2008). Ultraconserved Elements Between the Genomes of the Plants Arabidopsis thaliana and Rice. J. Biomol. Struct. Dyn, 26, 1-8. [Webpage]

12. F. Gao and C. T. Zhang (2008). Origins of replication in Sorangium cellulosum and Microcystis aeruginosa. DNA Research, 15, 169-171.

13. W. X. Zheng and C. T. Zhang (2008). Biological Implications of Isochore Boundaries in the Human Genome. J. Biomol. Struct. Dyn, 25, 327-336. [Webpage]

14. F. Gao and C. T. Zhang (2008). Ori-Finder: a web-based system for finding oriCs in unannotated bacterial genomes. BMC Bioinformatics, 9:79. [Webpage]

15. R. Zhang, Y. Lin and C. T. Zhang (2008). Greglist, a database listing potential G-quadruplex regulated genes. Nucleic Acids Res. 36, D372-D376. [Webpage]

16. C. T. Zhang and R. Zhang (2007). Book chapter: Gene essentiality analysis based on DEG, a database of essential genes, in Gene Essentiality at Genome Scale: Protocols and Bioinformatics, series Methods in Molecular Biology, Humana Press, Totowa, vol. 416, 391-400.

17. F. Gao and C. T. Zhang (2007). DoriC: a database of oriC regions in bacterial genomes. Bioinformatics, 23, 1866-1867. [Webpage]

18. F. Gao and C. T. Zhang (2006). GC-Profile: a web-based tool for visualizing and analyzing the variation of GC content in genomic sequences. Nucleic Acids Res. 34, W686-W691. [Webpage]

19. F. Gao and C. T. Zhang (2006). Isochore structures in the chicken genome. FEBS Journal, 273, 1637-1648.

20. F. B. Guo and C. T. Zhang (2006). ZCURVE_V: a new self-training system for recognizing protein-coding genes in viral and phage genomes. BMC Bioinformatics, 7: 9. [Webpage]

21. R. Zhang and C. T. Zhang (2006). Review: The impact of comparative genomics on infectious disease research. Microbes and Infection, 8, 1613-1622.

22. C. T. Zhang, F. Gao and R. Zhang (2005). Segmentation algorithm for DNA sequences. Physical Review E, 72: 041917(1-6).

23. W. X. Zheng, L. L. Chen, H. Y. Ou, F. Gao and C. T. Zhang (2005). Coronavirus phylogeny based on a geometric approach. Mol Phyl Evol, 36, 224-232.

24. R. Zhang and C.T. Zhang (2005). Genomic islands in the Corynebacterium efficiens genome. Appl Environ Microbiol, 71, 3126-3130.

25. F. B. Guo, J. Wang and C.T. Zhang (2004). Gene recognition based on nucleotide distribution of ORFs in a hyper-thermophilic crenarchaeon, Aeropyrum pernix K1. DNA Research, 11, 361-370. [Webpage]

26. R. Zhang and C.T. Zhang (2004). Review: Identification of replication origins in
archaeal genomes based on the Z-curve method. Archaea, 1, 335-346. [Full text article]

27. C.T. Zhang and R. Zhang (2004). Genomic islands in the Rhodopseudomonas
palustris
genome. Nature Biotechnol. 22(9), 1078-9.

28. R. Zhang and C.T. Zhang (2004). Isochore structures in the genome of the plant Arabidopsis thaliana. J. Mol. Evol. 59, 227-238.

29. R. Zhang and C.T. Zhang (2004). Identification of replication origins in the genome of the methanogenic archaeon, Methanocaldococcus jannaschii. Extremophiles. 8(3), 253-8.

30. C.T. Zhang and R. Zhang (2004). A nucleotide composition constraint of genome Sequences. Compt. Biol. Chem. 28(2), 149-53.

31. C.T. Zhang and R. Zhang (2004). Isochore structures in the mouse genome. Genomics, 83(3), 384-394. [Supplementary materials]

32. R. Zhang and C.T. Zhang (2004). A systematic method to identify genomic islands and its applications in analyzing the genomes of Corynebacterium glutamicum and Vibrio vulnificus CMCP6 chromosome I. Bioinformatics, 20(5), 612-622.

33. F. Gao and C.T. Zhang (2004). Comparison of various algorithms for recognizing short coding sequences of human genes. Bioinformatics, 20(5), 673-681.

34. R. Zhang, H.Y. Ou and C.T. Zhang (2004). DEG, a database of essential genes. Nucleic Acids Res. 32, D271-D272. [Webpage]

35. H.Y. Ou, F.B. Guo and C.T. Zhang (2004). GS-Finder: a program to find bacterial gene start sites with a self-training method. Int. J. Biochem. Cell Biol. 36, 535-544. [Webpage]

36. R. Zhang and C.T. Zhang (2003). Identification of genomic islands in the genome of Bacillus cereus by comparative analysis with Bacillus anthracis. Physiological Genomics, 16, 19-23.

Editorial Focus:
A. O. Charkowski (2003). Making sense of an alphabet soup: The use of a new
bioinformatics tool for identification of novel islands. Focus on: "identification of genomic islands in the genome of Bacillus cereus by comparative analysis with Bacillus anthracis".
Physiol. Genomics, 16, 180-181.

37. S.Y. Wen and C.T. Zhang (2003). Identification of isochore boundaries in the human genome using the technique of wavelet multiresolution analysis.
Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 311, 215-222.

38. F.Gao, H.Y. Ou, L.L. Chen, W.X. Zheng and C.T. Zhang (2003). Prediction of proteinase cleavage sites in polyproteins of coronaviruses and its applications in analyzing SARS-CoV genomes. FEBS Letters, 553, 451-456. [Webpage]

39. L.L. Chen, H.Y. Ou, R. Zhang and C.T. Zhang (2003). ZCURVE_CoV: a new system to recognize protein coding genes in coronavirus genomes, and its applications in analyzing SARS-CoV genomes. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 307, 382-388. [Webpage]

40. C.T. Zhang and R. Zhang (2003). An isochore map of the human genome based on the Z curve method. Gene, 317, 127-135.

41. L.L. Chen and C.T. Zhang (2003) Gene recognition from questionable ORFs in bacterial and archaeal genomes. J. Biomol. Struct. Dyn. 21, 99-110. [Webpage]

42. L.L. Chen and C.T. Zhang (2003). Seven GC-rich microbial genomes adopt similar codon usage patterns regardless of their phylogenetic lineages. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 306, 310-317.

43. C.T. Zhang and R. Zhang (2003). Q9, a content-balancing accuracy index to evaluate algorithms of protein secondary structure prediction. Int. J. Biochem. Cell Biol. 35, 1256-1262.

44. H.Y. Ou, F.B. Guo and C.T. Zhang (2003). Analysis of nucleotide distribution in the genome of Streptomyces coelicolor A3(2) using the Z curve method. FEBS Letters 540,188-194. [Supplementary materials]

45. C.T. Zhang, R. Zhang and H.Y. Ou (2003). The Z curve database: a graphic representation of genome sequences. Bioinformatics 19, 593-599. [Webpage]

46. R. Zhang and C.T. Zhang (2003). Multiple replication origins of the archaeon Halobacterium species NRC-1. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 302, 728-734.

47. F.B. Guo, H.Y. Ou and C.T. Zhang (2003). ZCURVE: a new system for recognizing protein-coding genes in bacterial and archaeal genomes. Nucleic Acids Res. 31, 1780-1789.
[Webpage]

48. R. Zhang and C.T. Zhang (2002). Single replication origin of the archaeon Methanosarcina mazei revealed by the Z curve method. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 297, 396-400.

49. C. T. Zhang, J. Wang and R. Zhang (2002).Using a Euclid distance discriminant method to find protein coding genes in the yeast genome. Compt. Chem. 26, 195-206.

50. Y. Wang, C.T. Zhang and P. Dong(2002). Recognizing shorter coding regions of human genes based on the statistics of stop codons. Biopolymers. 63(3), 207-16.

51. C.T. Zhang, J. Wang and R. Zhang(2001). A novel method to calculate the G+C content of genomic DNA sequences. J Biomol Struct Dyn. 19(2), 333-41.

52. J. Wang and C. T. Zhang(2001). Identification of protein-coding genes in the genome of Vibrio cholerae with more than 98% accuracy using occurrence frequencies of single nucleotides. Eur. J. Biochem. 268(15), 4261-8.

53. C. T. Zhang and R. Zhang(2001). A refined accuracy index to evaluate algorithms of protein secondary structure prediction. Proteins: Struct. Funct. Genet. 43, 520-522.

54. Z. Zhang, Z.R. Sun and C. T. Zhang (2001). A New Approach to Predict the Helix/Strand Content of Globular Proteins. J. Theor. Biol. 208, 375-389.

55. C. T. Zhang and J. Wang (2000). Recognition of Protein Coding Genes in the Yeast Genome at Better Than 95% Accuracy Based on the Z curve. Nucleic Acids Res. 28, 2804-2814. [Webpage]

56. C. T. Zhang and R. Zhang (2000). S Curve, A Graphic Representation of Protein Secondary Structure Sequence and Its Applications. Biopolymers 53, 539-549.

57. W. S. Bu, Z. P. Feng, Z. Zhang and C. T. Zhang (1999). Prediction of Protein (Domain) Structural Classes Based on Amino Acid Index. Eur. J. Biochem. 266, 1043-1049.

58. C. T. Zhang and R. Zhang (1999). A Quadratic Discriminant Analysis of Protein Structure Classification Based on the Helix/Strand Content. J. Theor. Biol. 201, 189-199.

59. C. T. Zhang and R. Zhang (1999). Skewed Distribution of Protein Secondary Structure Contents Over the Conformational Triangle. Protein Eng. 12, 807-810.

60. C. T. Zhang and R. Zhang (1998). A New Quantitative Criterion to Distinguish Between α /β and α+β Proteins (Domains). FEBS Lett. 440, 153 -157.

61. C. T. Zhang and R. Zhang (1998). A New Criterion to Classify Globular Proteins Based on Their Secondary Structure Contents. Bioinformatics 14, 857- 865.

62. C. T. Zhang, Z. S. Lin, Z. D. Zhang and M. Yan (1998). Prediction of the Helix/Strand Content of Globular Proteins Based on their Primary Sequences. Protein Eng. 11, 971-979.

63. M. Yan, Z. S. Lin and C. T. Zhang (1998). A New Fourier Transform Approach for Protein Coding Measure Based on the Format of the Z Curve. Bioinformatics 14, 685-690.

64. C. T. Zhang (1997). Relations of the Numbers of Protein Folds, Families and Sequences. Protein Eng. 10, 757-761.

65. C. T. Zhang (1997). A Symmetrical Theory of DNA Sequences. J. Theor. Biol. 187, 297-306.

66. K. C. Chou and C. T. Zhang & G. M. Maggiora (1997).Disposition of Amphiphilic Helices in Heteropolar Environment. Proteins: Struc., Funct. and Genet. 28, 99-108.

67. K. C. Chou & C. T. Zhang (1995). Prediction of Protein Structural Classes. CRC Critical Review in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 30, 275- 349.

68. K.C. Chou & C.T. Zhang (1994). Predicting Protein Folding Types by Distance Functions That Make Allowances for Amino Acid Interactions. J. Biol. Chem. 269, 22014-22020.

69. C.T. Zhang & K.C. Chou (1994). A Graphic Approach to Analyzing Codon Usage in 1562 E. coli Protein Coding Sequences. J. Mol. Biol. 238, 1-8.

70. R. Zhang & C.T. Zhang (1994). Z Curves, an Intuitive Tool for Visualizing and Analyzing DNA sequences. J. Biomol. Struc. Dynamics 11, 767-782.

71. C.T. Zhang & K.C. Chou (1992). Monte Carlo simulation studies on the prediction of protein folding types from amino acid composition. Biophys. J. 63, 1523-1529.

72. C.T. Zhang & K.C. Chou (1992). An optimization approach to predicting the protein structural class from amino acid composition. Protein Science 1, 401-408.

73. C.T. Zhang & R. Zhang (1991). Analysis of distribution of bases in the coding sequences by a diagrammatic technique. Nucl. Acids Res. 19, 6313-6317.

 

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