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The resuscitation-promoting factors of Mycobacterium tuberculosis are hydrolytic enzymes, which are required for resuscitation of dormant cells. RpfB, a peptidoglycan remodelling enzyme similar to the lytic transglycosylase of Escherichia coli, is required for reactivation of M. tuberculosis from chronic infection in vivo, underscoring the need to(More)
Determining maximum matching in any network has always been a problem of immense concern. Its solution is a necessary requirement in structural control theory for controlling real world complex networks. The prevalent classical approach through the Hopcroft-Karp algorithm and other proposed algorithms require the determination of the bipartite equivalent(More)
The genome of M. tuberculosis (Mtb) encodes eleven paired two component systems (TCSs) consisting of a sensor kinase (SK) and a response regulator (RR). The SKs sense environmental signals triggering RR-dependent gene expression pathways that enable the bacterium to adapt in the host milieu. We demonstrate that a conserved motif present in the C-terminal(More)
Coordinated bacterial cell septation and cell wall biosynthesis require formation of protein complexes at the sites of division and elongation, in a temporally controlled manner. The protein players in these complexes remain incompletely understood in mycobacteria. Using in vitro and in vivo assays, we showed that Rv2147c (or SepF) of Mycobacterium(More)
The proposed system performs the task of analysing snapshots of written text and creating fully customizable text files using Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology. It is known that new font styles and writing formats are introduced everyday but the existing systems find it increasingly difficult to incorporate the newly emerging font styles. The(More)
The present system aspires to analyse snapshots of written text and create fully customizable text files using Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology. It is well known that the discrepancies in typed optical language have led to the advent of new technology for assessing the written text. Many font sizes and styles are introduced everyday calling(More)
Quantifying growth model in large scale complex networks has been analyzed using various distributions. Networks which are of ample interest in current scenario tend to follow the exponential distribution in their degree characteristics. This preferential attachment model only reflected the growth mechanism of the system. Birth and death are two(More)
We establish the physical process version of the first law by studying small perturbations of a stationary black hole with a regular bifurcation surface in Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity. Our result shows that when the stationary black hole is perturbed by a matter stress energy tensor and finally settles down to a new stationary state, the Wald entropy(More)
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