The 6th Israeli Bioinformatics Symposium

List of Posters

No Authors Affiliation Title
1 Tal Atarot, Ester Feldmesser, Tania Fuchs, Miriam Khen, Idan Menashe, Tsviya Olender, Avital Sadot, Chaim Linhart, Ron Shamir and Doron Lancet Department of Molecular Genetics and the Crown Human Genome Center, Weizmann Institute; School of Computer Science, Tel-Aviv University The largest mammalian gene superfamily: From comparative genomics to protein structure
2 Yoseph Barash, Gal Elidan, Nir Friedman and Tommy Kaplan Hebrew University Modeling Dependencies in Protein-DNA Binding Sites
3 Ilan Beer, Eilon Barnea, Guy Korland, Moriel Lechtman, Itay Maman, Tamar Ziv and Arie Admon IBM Research Laboratory, Haifa; Department of Biology, Technion Pep-Miner: High Throughput Proteomics Made Easy
4 Rachel E. Bell Tel-Aviv University In Silico Identification of Functional Protein Interfaces
5 D. Ben-Avraham, L. Yaar, S. Schwartz, G. Oron, R. Mandil-Levin, T. Greener Proteologics, Ltd. Bio & Cheminformatics for a new class of drugs
6 Chaya (Ben-Zaken) Zilberstein, Zohar Yakhini Technion Microarrays and TF Binding Sites
7 Carine Berezin Tel-Aviv University ConSeq: The identification of functionally and structurally important residues in protein sequences
8 L. Brodsky, M. Shtutman, A. Leontovich and E. Feinstein QBI Enterprises, Ltd. Detection of genes with “non-biological” expression profiles
9 Yael Danin-Poleg Faculty of Food Engineering and Biotechnology, Technion Development of SSR Markers for Typing of Vibrio cholerae Strains
10 Yael Danin-Poleg Faculty of Food Engineering and Biotechnology, Technion Mono Nucleotide Repeats (MNR): Highly distributed polymorphic marker in the Human genome
11 Bareket Dassa Weizmann Institute Winner of best poster prize: Sequence-to-Function Analysis of Protein-Splicing Domains
12 E. Dehan, A. Ben-Dor, W. Liao, D. Lipson, S. Rienstein, D. Simansky, M. Krupsky, P. Yaron, E. Friedman, G. Rechavi, M. Perlman, A. Aviram-Goldring, M. Bittner, Z. Yakhini and N. Kaminski Functional Genomics, Gartner Institute of Genetics, Thoracic Surgery, Respiratory Medicine, Pathology and Pediatric Hemato-oncology, Sheba Medical Center, Israel; NHGRI, NIH, Bethesda, MD; Technion; Agilent Laboratories, Palo Alto, CA; Pulmonary Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA Chromosomal Aberrations and Gene Expression Profiles in Lung Adenocarcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma Samples
13 Idit Eshkar Faculty of Life Science, Tel Aviv University Free-Energy Considerations in Understanding the Free Diffusion of Steroid Hormones Across Biomembranes
14 Eleazar Eskin Hebrew University A Unified Framework for Motif Finding: Finding Position Specific Scoring Matrices using Patterns with Mismatches
15 Sarel J. Fleishman and Nir Ben-Tal Department of Biochemistry, Tel-Aviv University A C-alpha trace model of the transmembrane domain of gap junctions using phylogenetic constraints
16 Milana Frenkel-Morgenstern Weizmann Institute Development of Computational and Statistical Tools for Local Alignment of Multiple Sequence Alignments
17 Yair Horesh Bar-Ilan University Identifying Natural RNAi on a Genomic Level using Suffix Trees
18 Ori Inbar, Joe Gelb, Ben Beres and Shai Yarkoni Collgard Biopharmaceuticals; Live Linx BioteX, a new way to handle the jungle of biological experimental information
19 Noam Kaplan Department of Biological Chemistry, Hebrew University Annotation-Based Analysis of Protein Sets
20 Itamar Kass and Amnon Horovitz Department of Structural Biology, Weizmann Institute Mapping pathways of allosteric communication in GroEL by analysis of correlated mutations
21 Mark Katzenellenbogen, Michael Moser, Eithan Galun and Daniel Goldenberg Goldyne Savad Institute of Gene Therapy, Hadassah University Hospital MacroPrime: the tool for designing cDNA macroarray primers
22 Mickey Kosloff Department of Biological Chemistry, Hebrew University Elucidating the mechanism of Ras GTPase using Substrate Directed SuperImposition
23 Mickey Kosloff Department of Biological Chemistry, Hebrew University A novel amphiphilic motif in the N-terminal helix of heterotrimeric G-proteins
24 Daniel Kotlar and Yizhar Lavner Tel-Hai Academic College Gene Prediction by Spectral Rotation (SR) Measure: A New Method for Identifying Protein-Coding Regions
25 Gila Lithwick Hebrew University Comparison of Sequence Elements Associated with Prokaryotic Translation
26 Itay Mayrose Tel-Aviv University Site-specific evolutionary rate inference: a simulation study
27 Ramit Mehr Faculty of Life Sciences, Bar-Ilan University The Dynamics of Germinal Center Selection as Measured by Graph-Theoretical Analysis of Mutational Lineage Trees
28 Tomer Naveh, Tommy Kaplan and Nir Friedman Hebrew University Discriminative Learning of Composite Regulatory Modules
29 Barak Shenhav and Doron Lancet Department of Molecular Genetics, Weizmann Institute From GARD to Grid - Simulation of a Protocell
30 Hagay Shmuely, Noam Chehanovsky, Elizabeta Dinitz, Idit Dahan, Daniel Fischer, Jerry Eichler and Boaz Shaanan Department of Life Sciences and Department of Computer Science, Ben-Gurion University Structural genomics of poorly-conserved ORFs from the haloarchaeon Halobacterium sp. NRC-1
31 Vered Chalifa-Caspi Bioinformatics and Biological Computing Unit, Weizmann Institute GeneAnnot - Comprehensive annotation of Affymetrix arrays by direct probe to gene sequence comparison
32 Naomi Rosen Department of Molecular Genetics, Weizmann Institute GeneLoc: Exon-Based Integration of Human Gene Maps with Functional Annotation in GeneCards
33 Orit Shmueli Department of Molecular Genetics, Weizmann Institute GeneNote: A Comprehensive Human Tissue Expression Pattern for each GeneCards Gene
34 Sagi Snir Technion Four Taxa ML MC-trees - Analytic Solutions
35 Hagit Ulanovsky, Shany Ron, Ilona Kifer and Michal Linial Department of Biological Chemistry and the School of Computer Science and Engineering, Hebrew University ProToGO - Evaluating biological features for a set of proteins using GO annotations

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