Dr Irina Abnizova | Senior Computer Biologist

Abnizova, Irina

Publications

  • Analysis of context-dependent errors for illumina sequencing.

    Abnizova I, Leonard S, Skelly T, Brown A, Jackson D et al.

    Journal of bioinformatics and computational biology 2012;10;2;1241005

  • Statistical comparison of methods to estimate the error probability in short-read Illumina sequencing.

    Abnizova I, Skelly T, Naumenko F, Whiteford N, Brown C and Cox T

    Journal of bioinformatics and computational biology 2010;8;3;579-91

  • Swift: primary data analysis for the Illumina Solexa sequencing platform.

    Whiteford N, Skelly T, Curtis C, Ritchie ME, Löhr A et al.

    Bioinformatics (Oxford, England) 2009;25;17;2194-9

  • Statistical information characterization of conserved non-coding elements in vertebrates.

    Abnizova I, Walter K, Te Boekhorst R, Elgar G and Gilks WR

    Journal of bioinformatics and computational biology 2007;5;2B;533-47

  • Recent computational approaches to understand gene regulation: mining gene regulation in silico.

    Abnizova I, Subhankulova T and Gilks W

    Current genomics 2007;8;2;79-91

  • Transcription binding site prediction using Markov models.

    Abnizova I, Rust AG, Robinson M, Te Boekhorst R and Gilks WR

    Journal of bioinformatics and computational biology 2006;4;2;425-41

  • Characterisation of conserved non-coding sequences in vertebrate genomes using bioinformatics, statistics and functional studies.

    Edwards YJ, Walter K, McEwen G, Vavouri T, Kelly KA et al.

    Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part D, Genomics & proteomics 2006;1;1;46-58

  • Some statistical properties of regulatory DNA sequences, and their use in predicting regulatory regions in the Drosophila genome: the fluffy-tail test.

    Abnizova I, te Boekhorst R, Walter K and Gilks WR

    BMC bioinformatics 2005;6;109

  • Striking nucleotide frequency pattern at the borders of highly conserved vertebrate non-coding sequences.

    Walter K, Abnizova I, Elgar G and Gilks WR

    Trends in genetics : TIG 2005;21;8;436-40

  • Highly conserved non-coding sequences are associated with vertebrate development.

    Woolfe A, Goodson M, Goode DK, Snell P, McEwen GK et al.

    PLoS biology 2005;3;1;e7

Abnizova, Irina