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Searching Biochemistry SF-hbz meeting 2010

Searching Biochemistry SF-hbz meeting 2010

Searching Biochemistry SF-hbz meeting 2010. Biochemistry is a cornerstone of the CAS databases. Dedicated 19 sections for Biochemistry Almost 25,000 journal references in the biochemistry section from German universities in 2008-now Published in over 2600 different journals

By HarrisCezar
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ICH Q-IWG Integrated Training Programme

ICH Q-IWG Integrated Training Programme

ICH Q-IWG Integrated Training Programme. J.-L. Robert, Q-IWG Rapporteur . Disclaimer. The information within this presentation is based on the ICH Q-IWG members expertise and experience, and represents the views of the ICH Q-IWG members for the purposes of a training workshop.

By elina
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Literature Mining for the Biologists

Literature Mining for the Biologists

Literature Mining for the Biologists . Santhosh J. Eapen sjeapen@spices.res.in. Present scenario. Generation of large scale literature data no longer possible for a researcher to keep up-to-date with all the relevant literature manually. What is Literature Mining?.

By sarila
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Bacteriophage Taxonomy

Bacteriophage Taxonomy

Bacteriophage Taxonomy. Nicholas Celms San Diego State University Funded in part by NSF 0827278 UBM Interdisciplinary Training in Biology and Mathematics. Goal. Algorithm for finding relational groupings in bacteriophages based on protein similarities. Why do we care about phage taxonomy?.

By ferris
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Design by DNA an analogical approach to design

Design by DNA an analogical approach to design

Design by DNA an analogical approach to design. Damian Rogers. What is Design by DNA?. Method to design the functional form of a product IE: the characteristics a product must have in order to describe its function in relation with requirements (do 0-60 in 3s)

By liv
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Regulatory workflow for Registration of Biosimilar products in Egypt

Regulatory workflow for Registration of Biosimilar products in Egypt

Regulatory workflow for Registration of Biosimilar products in Egypt. Presented by: Dr /Mona Saleh. Biologicals Registration Directorate Central Administration for Pharmaceutical Affairs www.eda.mohealth.gov.eg biosimilars@eda.mohealth.gov.eg. Topics discussed in the presentation.

By greg
(258 views)

Results

Results

Information Extraction as Link Prediction: Using Curated Citation Networks to Improve Gene Detection Andrew Arnold and William W. Cohen Machine Learning Department, Carnegie Mellon University. Introduction. Data. Experiment.

By lysa
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Genomics and gene recognition

Genomics and gene recognition

Genomics and gene recognition. “ We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit . ” ( Aristotle ). Table of contents. Genomics The genome of prokaryotes Structure of prokaryotic genes GC content in prokaryotic genes Density in prokaryotic genomes

By field
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RDFScape : Semantic Web meets Systems Biology

RDFScape : Semantic Web meets Systems Biology

RDFScape : Semantic Web meets Systems Biology. Andrea Splendiani BMC Bioinformatics, 2008. Hyewon Lim SNU IDB Lab. July 25 th , 2008. Contents. Background Methods Results Discussion Conclusions. Background (1/4).

By sydney
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Introduction to

Introduction to

Introduction to. The Centre for Neuro-Electronic Research Flanders Bart De Moor. The human brain. 10 12 cells 25.000 connections / cell ! 10 16 connections ! how do they talk to each other link with behavior. Current strategies. single electron transistors

By arama
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An Insider’s View to Concurrency at Microsoft

An Insider’s View to Concurrency at Microsoft

An Insider’s View to Concurrency at Microsoft. Stephen Toub (stoub@microsoft.com) Parallel Computing Platform Microsoft Corporation. Agenda. Why We (I) Care What We’ve Built for Developers What We’re Building for Developers. Moore’s Law: Alive and Well.

By temima
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Science, Biotechnology, and the Pursuit of Truth

Science, Biotechnology, and the Pursuit of Truth

Science, Biotechnology, and the Pursuit of Truth. Images from www.usda.gov. Listen here: http://www.npr.org/programs/morning/features/2001/nov/biotech/011115.biotech.html. What is Genetic Engineering?. The use of biological entities as a tool. A subtopic of Biotechnology

By duane
(131 views)

Topic 2: Cells

Topic 2: Cells

Topic 2: Cells. (12 hours). 2.1.1 Outline the cell theory. Include the following. Living organisms are composed of cells. Cells are the smallest unit of life. Cells come from pre-existing cells. The definition of a living thing is: It is made up of one or more cells

By barb
(253 views)

PML: Toward a High-Level Formal Language for Biological Systems

PML: Toward a High-Level Formal Language for Biological Systems

PML: Toward a High-Level Formal Language for Biological Systems. Bor-Yuh Evan Chang and Manu Sridharan Computer Science Division University of California, Berkeley BioConcur, Marseille September 6, 2003. Why Formal Models for Biology?.

By chacha
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Molecular Phylogenetics

Molecular Phylogenetics

Molecular Phylogenetics. Dan Graur. Objectives of molecular phylogenetics. Reconstruct the correct evolutionary relationships among biological entities Estimate the time of divergence between biological entities Chronicle the sequence of events along evolutionary lineages.

By sumi
(165 views)

Transition metal chemistry

Transition metal chemistry

Transition metal chemistry. Coordination compounds – ligands and things Coordinate covalent bonds and ligands Nomenclature Isomerism Spectroscopy Electronic structure. Coordinate covalent bond. Lewis acid/base chemistry Lone pair on water (base) Vacancy on Fe 2+ (acid).

By suchi
(264 views)

Viruses dead or alive

Viruses dead or alive

Viruses dead or alive. BY Brendan Seibert. Viruses... The question. Over the years there has been a great question. Are viruses alive? I’ve decided to do some research , and see what people think. I looked at the following web sites. Wikipedia, http://www.wikipedia.org/

By niel
(489 views)

MUTATION

MUTATION

MUTATION. SELECTION. POPULATIONS. MIGRATION. DRIFT. Phenotypic Evolution: Process. +. —. +/ —. —. Assume: a single autosomal locus with 2 alleles. Frequency ( A ) = p Frequency ( a ) = q Suppose that A mutates to a at rate u : A a = u

By osmond
(78 views)

INFOBIOMED

INFOBIOMED

INFOBIOMED. NoE. WP 6.1 Pharmainformatics. Exploitation of Biomedical Informatics In Drug Discovery. INFOBIOMED. NoE. WP 6.1 Pharmainformatics. Overall Needs Disease Understanding Biochemical/Genetic Context Drug/Ligand Characterisation Adverse Effect Deconvolution. INFOBIOMED. NoE.

By stian
(134 views)

The reductionist blind spot:

The reductionist blind spot:

The reductionist blind spot:. higher-level entities and the laws they obey. Russ Abbott Department of Computer Science California State University, Los Angeles.

By ayasha
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