Prof. Lee has been a Faculty member in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry since 1998. His training provided an unusual combination of experimental cell biology, biophysics, and algorithm development, which he has has applied at UCLA to bioinformatics analysis of genome evolution. He has led efforts to establish a bioinformatics Ph.D. program at UCLA. He has served on the Board of Scientific Counselors, NIH National Center for Biotechnology Information, and serves on the editorial board of Biology Direct . His current research focuses on alternative splicing and its role in genome evolution.
Lee Christopher Open peer review by a selected-papers network Frontiers in computational neuroscience, 2012; 6(12): 1.
Lu Hongchao, Lin Lan, Sato Seiko, Xing Yi, Lee Christopher J Predicting functional alternative splicing by measuring RNA selection pressure from multigenome alignments PLoS computational biology, 2009; 5(12): e1000608.
Wang Qi, Barr Ian, Guo Feng, Lee Christopher Evidence of a novel RNA secondary structure in the coding region of HIV-1 pol gene RNA (New York, N.Y.), 2008; 14(12): 2478-88.
Roy Meenakshi, Kim Namshin, Xing Yi, Lee Christopher The effect of intron length on exon creation ratios during the evolution of mammalian genomes RNA (New York, N.Y.), 2008; 14(11): 2261-73.
Parker Douglass Stott, Hsiao Ruey-Lung, Xing Yi, Resch Alissa M, Lee Christopher J Solving the problem of Trans-Genomic Query with alignment tables IEEE/ACM transactions on computational biology and bioinformatics / IEEE, ACM, 2008; 5(3): 432-47.
Kim Namshin, Lee Christopher Bioinformatics detection of alternative splicing Methods Mol. Biol, 2008; 452(1): 179-97.
Wang Qi, Lee Christopher Distinguishing functional amino acid covariation from background linkage disequilibrium in HIV protease and reverse transcriptase PLoS ONE, 2007; 2(8): e814.
Kim Namshin, Lee Christopher QPRIMER: a quick web-based application for designing conserved PCR primers from multigenome alignments Bioinformatics, 2007; 23(17): 2331-3.
Kim Namshin, Lee Christopher Three-Dimensional Phylogeny Explorer: distinguishing paralogs, lateral transfer, and violation of BMC Bioinformatics, 2007; 8(3): 213.
Alekseyenko Alexander V, Lee Christopher J Nested Containment List (NCList): a new algorithm for accelerating interval query of genome alignment and interval databases Bioinformatics, 2007; 23(11): 1386-93.
Alekseyenko Alexander V, Kim Namshin, Lee Christopher J Global analysis of exon creation versus loss and the role of alternative splicing in 17 vertebrate genomes RNA, 2007; 13(5): 661-70.
Xing Yi, Lee Christopher Relating alternative splicing to proteome complexity and genome evolution Adv. Exp. Med. Biol, 2007; 623(2): 36-49.
Kim Namshin, Alekseyenko Alexander V, Roy Meenakshi, Lee Christopher The ASAP II database: analysis and comparative genomics of alternative splicing in 15 animal species Nucleic Acids Res, 2007; 35(Database issue): D93-8.
Pan Calvin, Kim Joseph, Chen Lamei, Wang Qi, Lee Christopher The HIV positive selection mutation database Nucleic Acids Res, 2007; 35(Database issue): D371-5.
Xing Yi, Lee Christopher Alternative splicing and RNA selection pressure--evolutionary consequences for eukaryotic genomes Nat. Rev. Genet, 2006; 7(7): 499-509.
Xing Yi, Yu Tianwei, Wu Ying Nian, Roy Meenakshi, Kim Joseph, Lee Christopher An expectation-maximization algorithm for probabilistic reconstructions of full-length isoforms from splice graphs Nucleic Acids Res, 2006; 34(10): 3150-60.
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