Genome Diversity Center
at the Institute of Evolution, University of Haifa
(Since August 2000)
Head: Edward N. Trifonov
What is gained by superposition of the codes?
The superposition of the codes brings about sequence economy and enhances
Peleg, O., Kirzhner, V. M., Trifonov, E. N., Bolshoy, A.,
messages and survivability. J. Molec. Evol. 59, 520-527 (2004).
Peleg, O., Trifonov, E. N., Bolshoy, A.,
Hidden messages in the nef gene of human immunodeficiency virus Type 1 suggest a novel RNA secondary structure.
Nucl. Acids Res. 31, 4192-4200 (2003)
Peleg, O., Brunak, S., Trifonov, E. N., Nevo, E., and Bolshoy, A.,
RNA secondary structure and sequence conservation in C1 region of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 env gene,
AIDs Res. and Human Retroviruses 18, 867-878 (2002)
Denisov, D. A., Shpigelman, E. S., Trifonov, E. N.,
Protective nucleosome centering at splice sites as suggested by sequence-directed mapping of the nucleosomes.
Gene 205, 145-149 (1997)
Trifonov, E. N., Genetic sequences as product of compression by inclusive superposition of many codes.
Molecular Biology 31, 759-767 (1997)
Trifonov, E. N., Gene splicing: spatial separation of overlapping messages.
Computers Chem. 17, 27-31 (1993)
Trifonov, E. N., The multiple codes of nucleotide sequences.
Bull. Math. Biol. 51, 417-432 (1989)