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Neural networks were used to generalize common themes found in transmembrane-spanning protein helices. Various-sized databases were used containing nonoverlapping sequences, each 25 amino acids long. Training consisted of sorting these sequences into 1 of 2 groups: transmembrane helical peptides or nontransmembrane peptides. Learning was measured using a(More)
We especially wish to thank Dave Schad, Ed Boggess, Mike DonCarlos and Jack Wingate from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources for their support of the project. We also wish to thank Rick Nordby for his assistance in working with the electronic licensing system. Finally, we thank the many waterfowl hunters who took the time to complete the survey(More)
The challenges facing education today must be seen in the broader context of the challenges facing society. The singular reality is that none of us has been here before. Educational leadership will require different behaviours from those we have practised and perfected. For example, we will spend more time running experiments than solving problems, more(More)
Sample collection for Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) analysis is typically completed by swiping a collection wipe over a suspect surface to collect trace residues. The work presented here addresses the need for a method to measure the collection efficiency performance of surface wipe materials as a function of the number of times a wipe is used to(More)
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Acknowledgements This study was a cooperative effort supported by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife (DNR) and the U.S. Geological Survey through the Minnesota Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at the University of Minnesota. We especially wish to thank Dave Schad, Ed Boggess, Mike DonCarlos and Jack Wingate from(More)