What do we do?
Our main research interest in the Genome Systems Biology (GSB) Group is the study of genome-wide regulatory systems, in order to reconstruct them from high-throughput molecular data, understand and model how they have evolved, and search for design principles in their construction. In particular, we are developing and applying new algorithmic tools for the automated reconstruction of genome-wide regulatory networks from comparative genomic, deep sequencing, and other high-throughput data. In addition, methods are being developed for studying genome evolution, and the evolution of regulatory networks, in particular.
Main publication 2017
- Omidi S et al. Automated incorporation of pairwise dependency in transcription factor binding site prediction using dinucleotide weight tensors. PLoS Comput biol. 13 (7), e1005176