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By Fabian Amman, Stephan H. Bernhart (auth.), João C. Setubal, Nalvo F. Almeida (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the eighth Brazilian Symposium on Bioinformatics, BSB 2013, held in Recife, Brazil, in November 2013. The 18 usual papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen for inclusion during this booklet. The papers conceal all features of bioinformatics and computational biology.

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With equal contents, the DCJ distance of A and B, denoted by dDCJ (A, B), is the minimum number of DCJ operations that sort A into B and can be exactly computed in linear time [8]. Consider a DCJ ρ transforming the genome A into another genome A . If dDCJ (A, B) = dDCJ (A , B)+1, the operation ρ is said to be optimal. Under the general DCJ model, an optimal sorting scenario, composed of optimal DCJ operations, can also be obtained in linear time [8]. The restricted DCJ model. In the restricted DCJ model the genomes are linear, unichromosomal or multichromosomal.

Nature 426, 789–796 (2003) 21. : Bayesian haplotype inference for multiple linked single-nucleotide polymorphism. V. de Abstract. The Double Cut and Join (DCJ) is a generic operation representing many rearrangements that can change the organization of a genome, but not its content. For comparing two genomes with unequal contents, in addition to DCJ operations, we have to allow insertions and deletions of DNA segments. The distance in the so-called general DCJindel model can be exactly computed, but allows circular chromosomes to be created at intermediate steps, even if the compared genomes are linear.

The absolute frequency of symbol s being in the first site of the matrix is calculated according to Equation 2. (Cstart , C1 (s)) = A(1, s)/(2m) (1) m f1 (G(y, j), s), A(j, s) = (2) y=1 with ⎧ ⎨ 2, f1 (x, s) = 1, ⎩ 0, if x = s if x = 2 otherwise The transition probabilities whose source state is not the initial state (Cstart ) and the destination is not the final state (Cend ) are denoted by (Cj−1 (s1 ), Cj (s2 )), where 2 ≤ j ≤ n. These are conditional probabilities: probability of s2 occurring in the j-th site of the 2m haplotypes inferred from G, given that s1 occurred in HybHap: A Fast and Accurate Hybrid Approach 27 the (j − 1)-th site of said set of haplotypes (Equation 3).

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