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Self-assemblying Classes of Shapes with a Minimum Number of Tiles, and in Optimal Time
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We construct fixed finite tile systems that assemble into particular classes of shapes. Expand
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Prediction of retention times of proteins in hydrophobic interaction chromatography using only their amino acid composition.
This paper focuses on the prediction of the dimensionless retention time of proteins (DRT) in hydrophobic interaction chromatography (HIC) by means of mathematical models based, essentially, only onExpand
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New approaches for predicting protein retention time in hydrophobic interaction chromatography
Hydrophobic interaction chromatography (HIC) is an important technique for the purification of proteins. In this paper, we review three different approaches for predicting protein retention time inExpand
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Distributed Testing of Excluded Subgraphs
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We show that, for every connected 4-node graph H, testing whether a graph is H-free can be done in a constant number of rounds, where the constant depends on how far the input graph is from being triangle-free. Expand
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Adding a Referee to an Interconnection Network: What Can(not) Be Computed in One Round
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In this paper we ask which properties of a distributed network can be computed from a few amount of local information provided by its nodes. Expand
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On Dissemination Thresholds in Regular and Irregular Graph Classes
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We investigate the natural situation of the dissemination of information on various graph classes starting with a random set of informed vertices called active. Expand
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Bilateral Orientations and Domination
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We consider the problem of finding the minimum diameter among all strong orientations of a given connected, bridgeless, undirected graph for different classes of AT-free graphs. Expand
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Diclofenac/N-(2-hydroxyethyl)pyrrolidine: a new salt for an old drug.
Twenty-four diclofenac salts were prepared using inorganic and organic, linear and cyclic, hydrophilic and hydrophobic bases and their behaviour in polar and poorly polar solvents was examined. MostExpand
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Is it possible to predict the average surface hydrophobicity of a protein using only its amino acid composition?
Hydrophobicity is one of the most important physicochemical properties of proteins. Moreover, it plays a fundamental role in hydrophobic interaction chromatography, a separation technique that, atExpand
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Cellular automata and communication complexity
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The model of cellular automata is fascinating because very simple local rules can generate complex global behaviors. Expand
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