Attila Kertesz-Farkas
Attila Kertesz-Farkas
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Nuclear architecture dictates HIV-1 integration site selection
B Marini, A Kertesz-Farkas, H Ali, B Lucic, K Lisek, L Manganaro, ...
Nature 521 (7551), 227-231, 2015
2272015
Application of compression-based distance measures to protein sequence classification: a methodological study
A Kocsor, A Kertész-Farkas, L Kaján, S Pongor
Bioinformatics 22 (4), 407-412, 2006
952006
Crux: rapid open source protein tandem mass spectrometry analysis
S McIlwain, K Tamura, A Kertesz-Farkas, CE Grant, B Diament, B Frewen, ...
Journal of proteome research 13 (10), 4488-4491, 2014
882014
Toward an automatic method for extracting cancer-and other disease-related point mutations from the biomedical literature
E Doughty, A Kertesz-Farkas, O Bodenreider, G Thompson, A Adadey, ...
Bioinformatics 27 (3), 408-415, 2011
752011
A protein classification benchmark collection for machine learning
P Sonego, M Pacurar, S Dhir, A Kertesz-Farkas, A Kocsor, Z Gáspári, ...
Nucleic acids research 35 (suppl_1), D232-D236, 2007
562007
Improved false discovery rate estimation procedure for shotgun proteomics
U Keich, A Kertesz-Farkas, WS Noble
Journal of proteome research 14 (8), 3148-3161, 2015
422015
Tandem mass spectrum identification via cascaded search
A Kertesz-Farkas, U Keich, WS Noble
Journal of proteome research 14 (8), 3027-3038, 2015
412015
Hugadb: Human gait database for activity recognition from wearable inertial sensor networks
R Chereshnev, A Kertész-Farkas
International Conference on Analysis of Images, Social Networks and Texts …, 2017
302017
Application of a simple likelihood ratio approximant to protein sequence classification
L Kaján, A Kertész-Farkas, D Franklin, N Ivanova, A Kocsor, S Pongor
Bioinformatics 22 (23), 2865-2869, 2006
292006
Benchmarking protein classification algorithms via supervised cross-validation
A Kertész-Farkas, S Dhir, P Sonego, M Pacurar, S Netoteia, H Nijveen, ...
Journal of biochemical and biophysical methods 70 (6), 1215-1223, 2008
272008
JBioWH: an open-source Java framework for bioinformatics data integration
R Vera, Y Perez-Riverol, S Perez, B Ligeti, A Kertesz-Farkas, S Pongor
Database 2013, 2013
152013
Test-time augmentation for deep learning-based cell segmentation on microscopy images
N Moshkov, B Mathe, A Kertesz-Farkas, R Hollandi, P Horvath
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-7, 2020
122020
Balanced ROC analysis (BAROC) protocol for the evaluation of protein similarities
R Busa-Fekete, A Kertész-Farkas, A Kocsor, S Pongor
Journal of biochemical and biophysical methods 70 (6), 1210-1214, 2008
122008
Detecting atypical examples of known domain types by sequence similarity searching: The SBASE domain library approach
S Dhir, M Pacurar, D Franklin, Z Gáspári, A Kertész-Farkas, A Kocsor, ...
Current Protein and Peptide Science 11 (7), 538-549, 2010
112010
Emergence of collective territorial defense in bacterial communities: horizontal gene transfer can stabilize microbiomes
J Juhász, A Kertész-Farkas, D Szabó, S Pongor
PloS one 9 (4), e95511, 2014
102014
Database searching in mass spectrometry based proteomics
A Kertész-Farkas, B Reiz, M P Myers, S Pongor
Current Bioinformatics 7 (2), 221-230, 2012
102012
PTMTreeSearch: a novel two-stage tree-search algorithm with pruning rules for the identification of post-translational modification of proteins in MS/MS spectra
A Kertész-Farkas, B Reiz, R Vera, MP Myers, S Pongor
Bioinformatics 30 (2), 234-241, 2014
92014
Kalman filtering for disease-state estimation from microarray data
JZ Kelemen, A Kertész-farkas, A Kocsor, LG Puskás
92006
GaIn: Human gait inference for lower limbic prostheses for patients suffering from double trans-femoral amputation
R Chereshnev, A Kertész-Farkas
Sensors 18 (12), 4146, 2018
82018
RapidHARe: A computationally inexpensive method for real-time human activity recognition from wearable sensors
R Chereshnev, A Kertész-Farkas
Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments 10 (5), 377-391, 2018
72018
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