Carolyn A. Bucholtz

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A complete system has been developed to utilize histological serial sections for two- and three-dimensional image reconstructions. Eighty to 120 sections are digitized using a personal computing system augmented with a imaging board and CCD camera. The image files are transmitted to a VAX computer for processing and image reconstruction, and the processed(More)
Software has been developed to allow the use of a number of parameters in the comparative representation of proteins in color and monochrome dot matrices. They include the parameters of partial specific volume, residue bulkiness, the mean area buried of side chains, seven additional hydropathy scales, mutability, polarity, secondary structure propensities,(More)
Algorithms have been developed to allow two-dimensional abstract representations of proteins based on: (i) a non-redundant subset of codons, (ii) hydropathy values of amino acids, (iii) the polarities of the amino acid residues and (iv) predicted secondary structures. In addition the suggestion of Gates on nucleic acid representation was implemented. The(More)
A suite of some dozen programmes written in FORTRAN77 to run on VAX computers using the VMS operating system, and which utilizes a Digital Command Language (DCL) shell to allow it to be menu driven has been in use at the Division of Molecular Biology for about nine months. The package allows the user to obtain both dot matrix and line matrix plots, find and(More)
A computer-based system termed MBIS (the Molecular Biological Information Service), written in FORTRAN77 and Digital Command Language (DCL) and running on a Digital Equipment Corporation VAX computer under the VMS operating system (V4.1) is in use at the Division of Molecular Biology. MBIS consists of three main sections: 1) The utility section, used by the(More)
An interactive menu driven system of programmes written in Fortran and designed to utilize the three main nucleotide sequence libraries and one amino acid sequence library was developed to run on a small 16-bit mini computer with limited main memory and mass storage. The software uses a minimum of system function calls and should be transportable with(More)
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