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Dr Sascha Ott - Selected Non-Recent Publications

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“Analysis of 5’ gene regions reveals extraordinary conservation of novel non-coding sequences in a wide range of animals”, Nathaniel J Davies, Peter Krusche, Eran Tauber, Sascha Ott, BMC Evolutionary Biology, 15: 227, 2015
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This article made it into the top ten most popular articles of 2015 in this journal.

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“Apply market forces to peer review”, Sascha Ott, Daniel Hebenstreit, Nature (Correspondence), 506: 295, 2014
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“Wellington: a novel method for the accurate identification of digital genomic footprints from DNase-seq data”, Jason Piper, Markus Elze, Pierre Cauchy, Peter Cockerill, Constanze Bonifer, Sascha Ott, Nucleic Acids Research, doi: 10.1093/nar/gkt850, 2013
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link to pyDNase software
link to follow-up publication expanding to differential footprinting

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"Conserved noncoding sequences highlight shared components of regulatory networks in dicotyledonous plants", Laura Baxter, Aleksey Jironkin, Richard Hickman, Jay Moore, Christopher Barrington, Peter Krusche, Nigel P. Dyer, Vicky Buchanan-Wollaston, Alexander Tiskin, Jim Beynon, Katherine Denby, Sascha Ott, Plant Cell, 24: 3949-3965, 2012
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This work was mentioned in BBSRC's annual report 2012-2013 (bottom of page 8).

 

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“An Alignment-Free Model for Comparison of Regulatory Sequences”, Hashem Koohy, Nigel P Dyer, John E Reid, Georgy Koentges, Sascha Ott, Bioinformatics, 26: 2391-2397, 2010
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link to RRS software

PSB 2014

“Finding optimal models for small gene networks”, Sascha Ott, Seiya Imoto, Satoru Miyano, Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing 2004, 557-567
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