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Tamir Tuller

Tamir Tuller is a scientist at Tel Aviv University. His research focuses on computational biology and bioinformatics, systems biology, developing mathematical and physical models of biological systems (usually intra-cellular process such as gene translation) and biological phenomena, developing algorithms and statistical approaches for solving problems in molecular biology, theoretical analysis of algorithms in the field, and analysis of large-scale genomic data

Temporal mRNA Translation Efficiency Is Encoded In Viral Coding Regions 

Viruses are small parasites that can only replicate inside the living cells of hosts. A virus is typically composed of enzymes that are protected in a coat of lipids and proteins. It also includes the information which encodes the viral […]