Anastasia S. Kalinina

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Bacteria are known to exchange genetic information by horizontal gene transfer. Since the frequency of homologous recombination depends on the similarity between the recombining segments, several studies examined whether this could lead to the emergence of subspecies. Most of them simulated fixed-size Wright-Fisher populations, in which the genetic drift(More)
Detection of recombination events in a bacterial genome is both important from the evolutionary point of view, and of practical interest. Indeed, homologous recombination (HR) plays a major role in the exchange of antigenic determinants between strains. There exist statistical methods to detect recently recombined segments in whole-genome sequences that use(More)
When developing a lighting systems one should rely on two main points: energy efficiency and safety of visual (ocular) functions. A promising approach to significant improvement of efficiency of the automated lighting control is a function of smooth dimming power of light sources, which allows changing luminous flux depending on the level of natural light.(More)
In view of the fact that excessive illumination levels are economically and hygienically unprofitable, it is necessary to use LED lights with adjustable brightness. As LEDs are DC devices, a pulse width modulation (PWM) may be effectively used; it enables variations of LEDs current and luminous characteristics within a wide range. The method of brightness(More)
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