Scientists use machine learning to predict DNA binding rates from sequence

In a new paper published by the journal Nature Chemistry, scientists at Rice University and Microsoft Research describe a method that predicts the binding rate of DNA strands directly from their sequence to within a factor of three, with 91% accuracy. - Microsoft Research

I led a computational team to help develop a machine learning method for predicting DNA binding rates, in collaboration with Rice University.

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