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The chicken (Gallus gallus) is an important model organism that bridges the evolutionary gap between mammals and other vertebrates. Copy number variations (CNVs) are a form of genomic structural variation widely distributed in the genome. CNV analysis has recently gained greater attention and momentum, as the identification of CNVs can contribute to a(More)
The Bcr–Abl oncoprotein is the cause of chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML). Crystal structure analysis suggests that Bcr30–63 is the core of the Bcr–Abl oligomerization interface for aberrant kinase activity; however, the precise role of other residues of Bcr1–72 excluding Bcr30–63 have not been evaluated. In this study, Bcr30–63 was named OD2 and other(More)
This article describes a multiparameter calibration model, which improves the accuracy of density functional theory (DFT) for the prediction of standard enthalpies of formation for a large set of organic compounds. The model applies atom based, bond based, electronic, and radical environmental correction terms to calibrate the calculated enthalpies of(More)
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