Boguslaw Kluge

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Recent studies demonstrate that the peptides in the serum of cancer patients that are generated (ex vivo) as a result of tumor protease activity can be used for the detection and classification of cancer. In this paper, we propose the first formal approach to modeling exopeptidase activity from liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS) samples. We(More)
R.MwoI is a Type II restriction endonucleases enzyme (REase), which specifically recognizes a palindromic interrupted DNA sequence 5'-GCNNNNNNNGC-3' (where N indicates any nucleotide), and hydrolyzes the phosphodiester bond in the DNA between the 7th and 8th base in both strands. R.MwoI exhibits remote sequence similarity to R.BglI, a REase with known(More)
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