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MOTIVATION To resolve the high-dimensionality of the genetic network inference problem in the S-system model, a problem decomposition strategy has been proposed. While this strategy certainly shows promise, it cannot provide a model readily applicable to the computational simulation of the genetic network when the given time-series data contain measurement(More)
The extremely thermophilic bacterium Thermus thermophilus HB8, which belongs to the phylum Deinococcus-Thermus, has an open reading frame encoding a protein belonging to the cyclic AMP (cAMP) receptor protein (CRP) family present in many bacteria. The protein named T. thermophilus CRP is highly homologous to the CRP family proteins from the phyla(More)
Thermus thermophilus SdrP is one of four cyclic AMP receptor protein (CRP)/fumarate and nitrate reduction regulator (FNR) family proteins from the extremely thermophilic bacterium T. thermophilus HB8. Expression of sdrP mRNA increased in the stationary phase during cultivation at 70 degrees C. Although the sdrP gene was non-essential, an sdrP-deficient(More)
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