Evgeni A. Nurminski

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A novel OmpY porin was predicted based on the Yersinia pseudotuberculosis genome analysis. Whereas it has the different genomic annotation such as "outer membrane protein N" (ABS46310.1) in str. IP 31758 or "outer membrane protein C2, porin" (YP_070481.1) in str. IP32953, it might be warranted to rename the OmpN/OmpC2 to OmpY, "outer membrane protein Y",(More)
The retaining endo-1,3-beta-D-glucanase (LV) with molecular mass of 36 kDa was purified to homogeneity from the crystalline styles of scallop Mizuhopecten yessoensis. The purified enzyme catalyzed hydrolysis of laminaran as endo-enzyme forming glucose, laminaribiose and higher oligosaccharides as products (Km approximately 600 microg/mL). The(More)
Fejer processes are frequently used models for many iterative algorithms in optimization and related areas. They can be combined with different kinds of decomposition schemes and generate various projectiontype methods suitable for parallel computations. This paper reviews some recent results on Fejer processes with diminishing disturbances and suggests a(More)
Problems of finding an arbitrary point of convex feasible set (convex feasibility problem, CFP), stationary points of monotone mappings (convex optimization, variational inequalities) are quite common objects of investigation in theory and applications [1]. One of the unifying themes for algorithmic developments in these areas are Fejer processes [2] which(More)
The amino acid sequences of the Yersinia pseudotuberculosis porin (YPS) and Y. pestis porin (YPT) have recently deduced but their three-dimensional structures were not known. These sequences were analyzed using the servers 3D-PSSM and PredPort. The YPS and YPT porins were shown to have a high degree of identity (above 50%) in primary and secondary(More)
This paper presents an extended version of the separation plane algorithms for subgradientbased finite-dimensional nondifferentiable convex blackbox optimization. The extension introduces additional cuts for epigraph of the conjugate of objective function which improve the convergence of the algorithm. The case of affine cuts is considered in more details(More)
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