Although it might seem distant from artificial intelligence to biology, what AI can do to supplement the analysis of pure science such as biology is in fact astounding. For instance, by modelling the DNA sequence as a string with possible structure, one can analyze DNA and perform abundant of experiments faster with more accuracy.
Examples of our work include bio-computing, structure prediction, NMR, and biology database.

  • Biological Computing
  • Knowledge-based Structure Prediction
  • Protein subcellular localization prediction
  • Protease Substrate Site Prediction
  • Membrane protein structure prediction
  • NMR Backbone resonance assignment
  • Predicting RNA-binding sites of proteins using support vector machines and evolutionary information
  • Computational mass spectrometry
  • ─ Multi-Q
    ─ MaXIC-Q
    ─ IDEAL-Q