Quantitative Understanding of Breast Cancer Genes


Characterization of oncogenes which are responsible for Breast Cancer can help us to understand the molecular signature of those genes. As it is known that the DNA molecules are nothing but the combinations of four nucleotides A, T, C and G which encodes the genetic instructions, here in this proposed paper firstly it is tried to make a quantitative understanding of DNAs which are responsible for breast cancer by comprehending their structures, characteristics, functions, evolutions etc. which can help to identify those DNAs among several nucleotide strings. Secondly, it is tried to recognize a given nucleotide string as a probable breast cancer DNA, without any conventional biological experiment. In this case, the nucleotide strings of DNAs of thirty seven have been taken and are classified and quantified by adapting some mathematical features

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