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Rtt107 (regulator of Ty1 transposition 107; Esc4) is a DNA repair protein from Saccharomyces cerevisiae that can restore stalled replication forks following DNA damage. There are six BRCT (BRCA1 C-terminal) domains in Rtt107 that act as binding sites for other recruited proteins during DNA repair. Several Rtt107 binding partners have been identified,(More)
  • Kaixian Liu
  • 2009 Symposium on Photonics and Optoelectronics
  • 2009
The routing and wavelength assignment (RWA) problem in WDM(wavelength division multiplexing) all-optical networks was studied. A novel wavelength assignment algorithm—Relative least influence and Relative capacity loss joint algorithm (ICJ) was proposed. Making use of the network status information, ICJ can precisely describe the influence of assigning(More)
Intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs) present a functional paradox because they lack stable tertiary structure, but nonetheless play a central role in signaling, utilizing a process known as allostery. Historically, allostery in structured proteins has been interpreted in terms of propagated structural changes that are induced by effector binding. Thus,(More)
  • Kaixian Liu
  • 2010 Symposium on Photonics and Optoelectronics
  • 2010
The outstanding character of this technology is that it can detect both lossless and lossing events. The SOP (state of polarization) was selected as the sensitive character in this system, theory and simulation and preliminary experimental results show that this method is practical and reliable with high accuracy and high sensitivity and high(More)
  • Kaixian Liu
  • 2010 International Conference on Computational…
  • 2010
This thesis studies the wavelength assignment of the WDM network of multi optical fiber with dynamic routing. The novel Relative least influence and Relative capacity loss joint algorithm (ICJ) is used in the dynamic routing 5x5 mesh network, the simulation result show that the algorithm is obviously better than the existing RLI and RCL.
Correct folding is a prerequisite for the biological activity of most proteins. Folding has largely been studied using in vitro refolding assays with isolated small, robustly folding proteins. A substantial fraction of all cellular proteomes is composed of multidomain proteins that are often not amenable to this approach, and their folding remains poorly(More)
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