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40 P. Dao et al. assignments sufficiently many, but still a polynomial number of times yields statistically reliable counts. In the seminal study , color coding was used to detect (but not to count) simple paths, trees and bounded treewidth subgraphs in unlabelled graphs. Scott et al. , Shlomi et al.  and Huffner et al.  designed algorithms for querying paths within a PPI network. More recently, Dost et al.  have extended these algorithms in the QNet software to allow searching for trees and bounded treewidth graphs.
J. Biol. Chem. 275, 1269–1274 (2000) 5. : A small RNA downregulates LamB maltoporin in Salmonella. Mol. Microbiol. 65, 799–810 (2007) 6. : IntaRNA: Efficient prediction of bacterial sRNA targets incorporating target site accessibility and seed regions. Bioinformatics 24(24), 2849– 2856 (2008) 7. : A minimum spanning tree algorithm with inverse-Ackermann type complexity. J. ACM 47(6), 1028–1047 (2000) biRNA: Fast RNA-RNA Binding Sites Prediction 35 8. : MicC, a second small-RNA regulator of Omp protein expression in Escherichia coli.
Chitsaz, R. C. Sahinalp Table 1. As it was expected, biRNA outperforms RNAup for those RNA pairs that have multiple binding sites such as OxyS-fhlA and CopA-CopT. Moreover, biRNA performs slightly better than RNAup for those pairs that have only one binding site because biRNA accounts for intramolecular as well as intermolecular base pairing in the binding sites. To deal with simultaneous accessibility of binding sites, our algorithm models their joint probability of being unpaired. Since computing the exact joint probability distribution is intractable, we approximate the joint probability by a polynomially representable graphical model namely a tree-structured Markov Random Field computed by the Chow-Liu algorithm .