By Martin Frith, Christian Nørgaard Storm Pedersen
This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the sixteenth foreign Workshop on Algorithms in Bioinformatics, WABI 2016, held in Aarhus, Denmark. The 25 complete papers together with 2 invited talks provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from fifty four submissions.
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This is not the case for the Block Bipartite Biclique problem. As we will see in the next section, this latter problem is ﬁxed-parameter tractable with respect to d, which for our purposes is much smaller than the number of edges in a solution biclique. The biological motivation for RAGB1 and RAGB2 naturally yields small bounds on d. 2 Solving RAGB1: An Algorithm for Computing d-block Bicliques The Block Bipartite Biclique problem trivially has a ﬁxed parameter algorithm with respect k, the number of edges in the solution biclique, by using the A Biclique Approach to Reference Anchored Gene Blocks 21 same arguments used in proving Lemma 1.
The ﬁrst variant (bfs) performs a BFS (of depth ≤k) starting from the node v from which the solution is grown. The second variant (ratio) considers all paths (not only shortest ones) among pairs of vertices, and it does not guarantee to run in polynomial time but has been shown to run eﬃciently on real datasets . We also consider a simple greedy algorithm that builds a solution starting from each vertex v and reports the best solution found. The algorithm builds a solution by always adding to the current solution S the neighboring node providing the maximum increase in the coverage.
More than 15 proteins are needed to build the T3SS, some of which are highly conserved in all known T3SSs. In EPEC, the T3SS and related genes reside in several operons clustered in the Locus of Enterocyte Eﬀacement (LEE), which is a stable pathogenicity island . We exemplify our tool based on LEE (EPEC) as the reference element and on representative proteobacteria species as the target genomes. 24 A. Benshahar et al. Fig. 1. The main result bicluster, anchored by genes 10–13 (escR, escS, escT, and escU) from the LEE pathogenicity Island.