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Linear algorithm for sequence analysis

...nd moral development in psychology; sequential effects in perception, cognition, and ...erations research in economics, and sequential equilibria in game theory; stratigraphic sequences in geology; numerous applications ...

Welch Award honors 2 for unlocking nature's secrets

...in studying complex molecules with vast numbers of sequential reactions. The Welch Award co-recipients were pioneers in applying a stable isotope of carbon, available then to researchers for the first time, in conjunction with nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to their research. "I was so excited by the techni...

Spiders get better web sites by rising early

...nyone else can get there." The study, "Age-related sequential web building in the colonial spider Metepeira incrassata (Araneidae): an adaptive spacing strategy," by Rayor and George W. Uetz, a University of Cincinnati professor of biology, appears in the May 2000 issue of the scientific journal Animal Behaviou...

First genetic toggle switch engineered at Boston University

...e combination of genetic toggles, genetic sensors, sequential expression networks, and other devices into a 'Genetic Applet' - a self-contained and fully programmable genetic network for the control of cell function."...

New Anti-HIV Therapies Needed To Eradicate HIV

...lication, Dr. Zhang and his colleaguesstudied four sequential cell samples taken from each of eight patients. T...rthwestern University group examined at least five sequential bloodsamples taken from each of five men who also had used HAART to keep HIV belowmeasurable levels ...

Reusing Ag Drainage Water An Option For West Side Farm Sustainability

... of UC Riverside studied the economicefficiency of sequential reuse. He said it may make sense to use agri-fores...fficientirrigation practices that reduce drainage, sequential reuse and evaporationponds. "Farm incomes may not be as high as they would be if farmers could dispo...

Gene-Altered Mice Boost Studies of Cardiomyopathy: Enables Research Into Causes And Treatment Of Heart Failure

...hat's plain, not peanut) the new technology allows sequential monitoring of these mice with echocardiography . This mouse model should "hasten scientific understanding for dilated cardiomyopathy and improve therapy for heart failure," suggest the researchers. It should allow controlled testing of the effe...

Interleukin-12 Helps Control Mycobacterium Avium Infection

...ectedmice were treated on alternate days for three sequential doses. After a two-dayrest period, the animals received another three doses on the same schedule. Control animals were given saline alone. The investigators looked for evidenceof bacteria in the spleens and lungs of infected mice. The first group o...

Good Ergonomics Is Good Economics

...oposed workstation was ergonomically designed with sequential as well as functional considerations; it incorporated a graphic, high-resolution, 1200-baud display, used icons, and in general is a good example of a graphical user interface whose designers paid careful attention to human-computer interaction issue...

Photosystem I -- An Intermediate Step -- May Not Be Necessary For Plants

...er a plant cell, their energy is used to power two sequential light-dependent reactions. In Photosystem II (PSII), the light energy is used to split water, producing oxygen and electrons. In Photosystem I (PSI), these electrons are used to produce compounds that ultimately react with carbon dioxide to produce...

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