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- Lynn Croft, Scott A. Beatson, Cynthia B Whitchurch, Brice Huang, Robert L Blakeley, John S. Mattick
- Microbiology
- 2000

Using the complete genome sequence of Pseudomonas: aeruginosa PAO1, sequenced by the Pseudomonas: Genome Project (ftp://ftp.pseudomonas. com/data/pacontigs.121599), a genome database (http://pseudomonas. bit.uq.edu.au/) has been developed containing information on more than 95% of all ORFs in Pseudomonas: aeruginosa. The database is searchable by a variety… (More)

- Brice Huang, Cynthia B Whitchurch, Lynn Croft, Scott A. Beatson, John S. Mattick
- Microbial & comparative genomics
- 2000

Pseudomonas aeruginosa is an important pathogenic and environmental bacterium, with the most widely studied strain being PAO1. Using the PAO1 reference cosmid library and the recently completed PAO1 genome sequence, we have mapped a minimal tiling path across the genome using a two-step strategy. First, we sequenced both ends of a set of over 500 random and… (More)

A power ideal is an ideal in a polynomial ring generated by powers of homogeneous linear forms. Power ideals arise in many areas of mathematics, including the study of zonotopes, approximation theory, and fat point ideals; in particular, their applications in approximation theory are relevant to work on splines and pertinent to mathematical modeling,… (More)

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