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Dynamic Programming

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In bioinformatics, dynamic programming is mainly used to align nucleotide and amino acid sequences, and to predict RNA and protein folding from primary sequence data.

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Author(s):
Tony Weisstein, Truman State University

Published by: BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium

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Weisstein Tony (2014) Dynamic Programming. A module of the Biological ESTEEM Collection, published by the BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium. URL: http://bioquest.org/esteem/esteem_details.php?product_id=40112