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Research on the mechanism for early development of shellfish, such as body plan, shell formation, settlement and metamorphosis is currently an active research field. However, studies were still limited and not deep enough because of the lack of genomic resources such as genome or transcriptome sequences. In the present research, de novo transcriptome(More)
The analysis of biological information from protein sequences is important for the study of cellular functions and interactions, and protein fold recognition plays a key role in the prediction of protein structures. Unfortunately, the prediction of protein fold patterns is challenging due to the existence of compound protein structures. Here, we processed(More)
During a large-scale screen of the larval transcriptome library of the Portuguese oyster, Crassostrea angulata, the oyster gene RACK, which encodes a receptor of activated protein kinase C protein was isolated and characterized. The cDNA is 1,148 bp long and has a predicted open reading frame encoding 317 aa. The predicted protein shows high sequence(More)
The complete mitochondrial genome (16,497 bp) of the humpback grouper Cromileptes altivelis is first presented in this study. The gene arrangement and translate orientation of C. altivelis is identical to most vertebrates, including 13 protein-coding genes, 2 ribosomal RNA genes, 22 transfer RNA genes and a putative control region. The overall nucleotide(More)
This paper1 presents an accuracy analysis of Time Delay Estimation (TDE) in the passive location system. Firstly, the signal processing model using the information of envelope and phase are presented, respectively. Then the Cramer-Rao Lower Bounds (CRLB) for phase delay estimation is developed. The bound is shown to be inversely proportional to carrier(More)
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