An Information Theoretic Approach to the Study of Genome Sequences: An Application to the Evolution of HIV View Full Text


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DATE

2002-10-10

AUTHORS

Masanori Ohya

ABSTRACT

When a V3 sequence obtained on the n-th year after infection with human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) was supposed to change into a V3 sequence on the n+1-th year, the variation between the above two sequences was analyzed by means of entropic chaos degree. The entropic chaos degree measures chaotic aspects of the dynamics causing the variation of sequence. If it is large, then the dynamics produces the large complexity, in other words, the variation of sequences becomes large. As a results, the chaos degree for the dynamics changing the V3 region showed the specific variation patterns throughout from the early stages of infection to death. That is, the variation patterns indicated that the entropic chaos degree is useful to measure the stage of disease progression after HIV-1 infection. More... »

PAGES

50-57

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  • 1998-01. Complexities and Their Applications to Characterization of Chaos in INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS
  • 1998-12. Analysis of HIV by entropy evolution rate in AMINO ACIDS
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    978-3-540-44311-7
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