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Proteins are classified mainly on the basis of alignments of amino acid sequences. Drug discovery processes based on pharmacologically important proteins such as G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) may be facilitated if more information is extracted directly from the primary sequences. Here, we investigate an alignment-free approach to protein… (More)
An efficient technique based on the extension of the Banded Matrix Iterative Approach (BMIA) to a non-canonical grid by using the Adaptive Integral Method (AIM) is presented for the analysis of stacked patch antennas of large dimensions. The patches can have arbitrary shape and orientation and are modeled by means of triangular elements.