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Nicholas J. Dimonaco
Nicholas J. Dimonaco
McMaster University | Queen's University Belfast | Aberystwyth University
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DeepViral: prediction of novel virus–host interactions from protein sequences and infectious disease phenotypes
W Liu-Wei, Ş Kafkas, J Chen, NJ Dimonaco, J Tegnér, R Hoehndorf
Bioinformatics 37 (17), 2722-2729, 2021
382021
No one tool to rule them all: prokaryotic gene prediction tool annotations are highly dependent on the organism of study
NJ Dimonaco, W Aubrey, K Kenobi, A Clare, CJ Creevey
Bioinformatics 38 (5), 1198-1207, 2022
32*2022
Computational analysis of SARS-CoV-2 and SARS-like coronavirus diversity in human, bat and pangolin populations
NJ Dimonaco, M Salavati, BB Shih
Viruses 13 (1), 49, 2020
202020
Uncovering the dark matter of the metagenome one read at a time
N Dimonaco, C Creevey, R Hoehndorf, M Kulmanov, W Liuwei, A Clare, ...
Access Microbiology 1 (1A), 864, 2019
12019
Accessory genes define species-specific routes to antibiotic resistance
L Dillon, NJ Dimonaco, CJ Creevey
Life Science Alliance 7 (4), 2024
2024
StORF-Reporter: finding genes between genes
CJC Nicholas J Dimonaco, Amanda Clare, Kim Kenobi, Wayne Aubrey
Nucleic Acids Research 51 (21), 11504–11517, 2023
2023
O04 Understanding the key role of accessory genes in AMR phenotype through interpretable machine learning techniques
L Dillon, NJ Dimonaco, CJ Creevey
JAC-Antimicrobial Resistance 5 (Supplement_2), dlad066. 004, 2023
2023
Automated pseudogene detection reveals insights into historical gene sharing dynamics in prokaryotes
NJ Dimonaco, W Aubrey, A Clare, K Kenobi, C Creevey
Access Microbiology 4 (5), po0654, 2022
2022
ORFs, StORFs and Pseudogenes: Uncovering Novel Genomic Knowledge in Prokaryotic and Viral Genomes
N Dimonaco
Aberystwyth University, 2022
2022
FrameRate: learning the coding potential of unassembled metagenomic reads
W Liu-Wei, W Aubrey, A Clare, R Hoehndorf, CJ Creevey, NJ Dimonaco
bioRxiv, 2022.09. 16.508314, 2022
2022
Hacking the diversity of SARS-CoV-2 and SARS-like coronaviruses in human, bat and pangolin populations (preprint)
NJ Dimonaco, M Salavati, B Shih
2020
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