21 research outputs found

    Prediction of /isomerization in proteins using PSI-BLAST profiles and secondary structure information-1

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    <p><b>Copyright information:</b></p><p>Taken from "Prediction of /isomerization in proteins using PSI-BLAST profiles and secondary structure information"</p><p>BMC Bioinformatics 2006;7():124-124.</p><p>Published online 9 Mar 2006</p><p>PMCID:PMC1450308.</p><p>Copyright © 2006 Song et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.</p

    Prediction of /isomerization in proteins using PSI-BLAST profiles and secondary structure information-0

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    <p><b>Copyright information:</b></p><p>Taken from "Prediction of /isomerization in proteins using PSI-BLAST profiles and secondary structure information"</p><p>BMC Bioinformatics 2006;7():124-124.</p><p>Published online 9 Mar 2006</p><p>PMCID:PMC1450308.</p><p>Copyright © 2006 Song et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.</p

    Prediction of /isomerization in proteins using PSI-BLAST profiles and secondary structure information-3

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    <p><b>Copyright information:</b></p><p>Taken from "Prediction of /isomerization in proteins using PSI-BLAST profiles and secondary structure information"</p><p>BMC Bioinformatics 2006;7():124-124.</p><p>Published online 9 Mar 2006</p><p>PMCID:PMC1450308.</p><p>Copyright © 2006 Song et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.</p>d on proline

    Homogeneous and Sensitive Detection of microRNA with Ligase Chain Reaction and Lambda Exonuclease-Assisted Cationic Conjugated Polymer Biosensing

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    A simple and homogeneous microRNA assay is developed by integration of ligase chain reaction (LCR) and lambda exonuclease-assisted cationic conjugated polymer (CCP) biosensing. LCR is utilized for exponential amplification of microRNA, and lambda exonuclease is introduced to degrade excess fluorescein-labeled probes in LCR for eliminating background signal. After addition of CCP, efficient fluorescence resonance energy transfer from CCP to fluorescein in LCR products occurs. The method is sensitive enough to detect 0.1 fM target microRNA and specific to discriminate one-base difference of microRNAs, which paves a new way for homogeneous microRNA detection and molecular diagnosis

    GIST overlooked in CT images.

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    <p>A 64-year-old male with duodenal GISTs presented with melena for the past 20 days. A. Enhanced CT image demonstrates bowel wall thickening at the third segment on the axial section of the CT image and was overlooked. B. Post-procedural CT images (sagittal section) reveal the lesion more clearly. One radiologist had overlooked the lesion, while the other radiologist had misdiagnosed it as a heterotopic pancreas.</p

    Identification of markers associated with rice agronomic genes between JP69 and Jiaoyuan5A.

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    <p>Distribution of rice agronomic genes and linked markers. Red represents disease resistance related genes; blue represents yield related genes; green represents quality related genes. Genes are labeled on the left of chromosomes; linked markers of each gene are labeled on the right. Those incorrect markers have been replaced, and all listed markers have been validated.</p

    Jejunum GISTs with liver metastasis.

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    <p>A 64-year-old female with jejunum GISTs with liver metastasis presented with clinical abdominal pain for 6 months, and ultrasound examination detected liver masses for 1 week. A. Enhanced CT image reveals a lobular mass with severe necrosis and periphery enhancement. B. The axial section of the liver shows low-density lesions in the liver with slight enhancement. The patient was diagnosed with a malignant stromal tumor and hepatic metastasis. C. After treatment with Gleevec, the neoplasm became cystic and reduced in size.</p

    Marker distribution and annotation.

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    <p>(A) Distribution of the number of overlapping reads and SNPs between Jiaoyuan5A and JP69 along each chromosome in 500 kb windows. (B) Distribution of 90,743 markers in different genomic regions. The X axis indicates different genic regions; The Y axis indicates the number of markers. (C) Functional relevance of polymorphisms located in the coding regions. (D) Length of insertions and deletions. The X axis shows the length of insertions (shown in red) and deletions (shown in blue). The Y axis shows the number of insertions and deletions at each length.</p
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