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    • Can you really anonymize the donors of genomic data in today’s digital world? 

      Alser, Mohammed; Almadhoun, Nour; Nouri, Azita; Alkan, Can; Ayday, Erman (Springer, 2016-09)
      The rapid progress in genome sequencing technologies leads to availability of high amounts of genomic data. Accelerating the pace of biomedical breakthroughs and discoveries necessitates not only collecting millions of ...
    • GRIM-Filter: fast seed location filtering in DNA read mapping using processing-in-memory technologies 

      Kim, J. S.; Cali, D. S.; Xin, H.; Lee, D.; Ghose, S.; Alser, M.; Hassan, H.; Ergin, O.; Alkan C.; Mutlu, O. (BioMed Central, 2018)
      Background: Seed location filtering is critical in DNA read mapping, a process where billions of DNA fragments (reads) sampled from a donor are mapped onto a reference genome to identify genomic variants of the donor. ...
    • Nanopore sequencing technology and tools for genome assembly: computational analysis of the current state, bottlenecks and future directions 

      Cali, D. S.; Kim, J. S.; Ghose, S.; Alkan C.; Mutlu, O. (Oxford University Press, 2018-04)
      Nanopore sequencing technology has the potential to render other sequencing technologies obsolete with its ability to generate long reads and provide portability. However, high error rates of the technology pose a challenge ...
    • On non-cooperative genomic privacy 

      Humbert, M.; Ayday, Erman; Hubaux J.-P.; Telenti, A. (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2015)
      Over the last few years, the vast progress in genome sequencing has highly increased the availability of genomic data. Today, individuals can obtain their digital genomic sequences at reasonable prices from many online ...
    • Privacy in the genomic era 

      Naveed, M.; Ayday, E.; Clayton, E.W.; Fellay J.; Gunter, C.A.; Hubaux J.-P.; Malin, B.A.; Wang, X. (Association for Computing Machinery, 2015)
      Genome sequencing technology has advanced at a rapid pace and it is now possible to generate highlydetailed genotypes inexpensively. The collection and analysis of such data has the potential to support various applications, ...
    • Whole genome sequencing: revolutionary medicine or privacy nightmare? 

      Ayday, E.; Cristofaro, Emiliano De; Hubaux, Jean-Pierre; Tsudik, G. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2015)
      Whole genome sequencing will soon become affordable for many individuals, but thorny privacy and ethical issues could jeopardize its popularity and thwart the large-scale adoption of genomics in healthcare and slow potential ...