Mathematical modelling of some uniform and nullcontext splicing systems
Head first proposed the mathematical modeling of splicing system which involves recombination of DNA molecules in 1987. Splicing of DNA involves cutting of DNA molecules using the restriction enzymes and reassociating different fragments of DNA molecules using the ligases under some specific chemica...
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myutmep.4795320180530T03:39:28Z Mathematical modelling of some uniform and nullcontext splicing systems 201105 Lim, Shun Jinn QA Mathematics Head first proposed the mathematical modeling of splicing system which involves recombination of DNA molecules in 1987. Splicing of DNA involves cutting of DNA molecules using the restriction enzymes and reassociating different fragments of DNA molecules using the ligases under some specific chemical conditions. A splicing language, L is generated if there exists a splicing system S for which L = L(S). Some splicing languages namely persistent splicing language and strictly locally testable language are equivalent to uniform splicing language. Since uniform splicing system is also a nullcontext splicing system, hence, uniform and nullcontext splicing systems are discussed in this research. Besides, some molecular examples on uniform and nullcontext splicing systems with different initial strings and combination of restriction enzymes are presented. Applications of automata theory on these molecular examples of uniform and nullcontext languages are also presented in this research. 201105 Thesis http://eprints.utm.my/id/eprint/47953/ http://eprints.utm.my/id/eprint/47953/25/LimShunJinnMFS2011.pdf application/pdf en public masters Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Faculty of Science Faculty of Science 
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Head first proposed the mathematical modeling of splicing system which involves recombination of DNA molecules in 1987. Splicing of DNA involves cutting of DNA molecules using the restriction enzymes and reassociating different fragments of DNA molecules using the ligases under some specific chemical conditions. A splicing language, L is generated if there exists a splicing system S for which L = L(S). Some splicing languages namely persistent splicing language and strictly locally testable language are equivalent to uniform splicing language. Since uniform splicing system is also a nullcontext splicing system, hence, uniform and nullcontext splicing systems are discussed in this research. Besides, some molecular examples on uniform and nullcontext splicing systems with different initial strings and combination of restriction enzymes are presented. Applications of automata theory on these molecular examples of uniform and nullcontext languages are also presented in this research. 
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Mathematical modelling of some uniform and nullcontext splicing systems 
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