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James S. A., Ong H. S., Hari R., Khan A. M.
BMC genomics, vol.22, no.Suppl 3, pp.700, 2021 (SCI-Expanded)
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Shared sequences, Share-ome, Host-pathogen, Bioinformatics, Large-scale, Methodology, Flaviviridae, Flavivirus, Hepacivirus, Pegivirus, Pestivirus, Dengue virus, West Nile virus, Hepatitis C virus, Cross-reactivity, Crossreactome, Peptide sharing, Peptide overlap, Molecular mimicry, CD-HIT, VIRUS, PROTEIN, DATABASE, HEMAGGLUTININ, AUTOIMMUNITY, DOMAINS, DISEASE, IMPACT, P53
Bezmialem Vakıf University Affiliated:
Background: Biology has entered the era of big data with the advent of high-throughput omics technologies. Biological databases provide public access to petabytes of data and information facilitating knowledge discovery. Over the years, sequence data of pathogens has seen a large increase in the number of records, given the relatively small genome size and their important role as infectious and symbiotic agents. Humans are host to numerous pathogenic diseases, such as that by viruses, many of which are responsible for high mortality and morbidity. The interaction between pathogens and humans over the evolutionary history has resulted in sharing of sequences, with important biological and evolutionary implications.