TITLE

Efficient non-unique probes selection algorithms for DNA microarray

AUTHOR(S)
Ping Deng; Thai, My T.; Qingkai Ma; Weili Wu
PUB. DATE
January 2008
SOURCE
BMC Genomics;2008 Supplement 1, Vol. 9, Special section p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Background: Temperature and salt concentration are very helpful experimental conditions for a probe to hybridize uniquely to its intended target. In large families of closely related target sequences, the high degree of similarity makes it impossible to find a unique probe for every target. We studied how to select a minimum set of non-unique probes to identify the presence of at most d targets in a sample where each non-unique probe can hybridize to a set of targets. Results: We proposed efficient algorithms based on Integer Linear Programming to select a minimum number of non-unique probes using d-disjunct matrices. Our non-unique probes selection can also identify up to d targets in a sample with at most k experimental errors. The decoding complexity of our algorithms is as simple as O(n). The experimental results show that the decoding time is much faster than that of the methods using d-separable matrices while running time and solution size are comparable. Conclusions: Since finding unique probes is often not easy, we make use of non-unique probes. Minimizing the number of non-unique probes will result in a smaller DNA microarry design which leads to a smaller chip and considerable reduction of cost. While minimizing the probe set, the decoding ability should not be diminished. Our non-unique probes selection algorithms can identify up to d targets with error tolerance and the decoding complexity is O(n).
ACCESSION #
35701831

 

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