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By Adrian-Horia Dediu, Francisco Hernández-Quiroz, Carlos Martín-Vide, David A. Rosenblueth

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This publication constitutes the complaints of the second one foreign convention on Algorithms for Computational Biology, AICoB 2015, held in Mexico urban, Mexico, in August 2015.

The eleven papers offered during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 23 submissions. They have been equipped in topical sections named: genetic processing; molecular recognition/prediction; and phylogenetics.

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Furthermore, there are local interactions that can occur between specific nucleotide sequences and the underlying cellular mechanisms which need to be considered. And there are usually some pragmatic constraints from the specific lab or experimental setting in which the actual biological experiments are to be performed. Biocompilation has been addressed by a number of projects in recent years. Genocad [2] uses a context-free grammar for constraining sequence building and also verifying existing sequences.

Its approach consists in considering biological parts and combining them to achieve a pre-defined task. Parts are fragments of DNA fulfilling a specific function: promoters, protein coding sequences (CDS), ribosome binding sites (RBS), terminators and so on. g. producing a certain protein when sensing a signal). The resulting string of DNA can be thought of as a blueprint for a program to be run by the cell. The potential benefit for science and society is immense, from a better understanding of cellular processes [8], to drug manufacturing [16] to energy production [18].

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