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We have characterized a so-called D genome specific repetitive DNA sequence (pAs1) of Aegilops squarrosa L. (2n = 14, genome DD) with respect to its DNA sequence and its distribution among Triticeae species. The clone consisted of three units of a repetitive DNA sequence of 336 or 337 base pairs, and was AT rich (65.2%). DNA analyses revealed the presence(More)
Use of uncalibrated images has found many applications such as image synthesis. However, it is not easy to specify the desired position of the new image in projective or affine space. This paper proposes to recover Euclidean structure from uncalibrated images using domain knowledge such as distances and angles. The knowledge we have is usually about an(More)
Single-particle analysis is one of the methods for structural studies of protein and macromolecules; it requires advanced image analysis of electron micrographics. Reconstructing three-dimensional (3D) structure from microscope images is not an easy analysis because of the low image resolution of images and lack of the directional information of images in(More)
Single particle analysis is one of the methods for structural studies of protein and macromolecules developed in image analysis on electron microscopy. Reconstructing 3D structure from microscope images is not an easy analysis because of the low resolution of images and lack of the directional information of images in 3D structure. To improve the(More)
We examined the statistical performance of clustering single particle molecular images by bottom-up clustering, a hierarchical algorithm, using simulated protein images with a low signal-to-noise ratio. Using covariance for the measure of similarity together with the iterative alignment, our method was found to be fairly robust against noise. Clustering(More)
  • K Isono
  • 1997
The polymerase chain reaction(PCR) is a powerful tool to amplify small amounts of DNA or RNA for various molecular analysis. However, in these analyses, PCR only provides qualitative results. The availability of quantitative PCR provides valuable additional information in various applications. It is difficult to establish absolute quantitation, because PCR(More)
Single particle analysis is one of the methods for structural studies of protein and macromolecules developed in image analysis on electron microscopy. Reconstructing 3D structure from microscope images is not an easy analysis because of the low resolution of images and lack of the directional information of images in 3D structure. To improve the(More)
Inspired by Hebb's cell assembly theory about how the brain worked, we have developed a function localization neural network (FLNN). The main part of a FLNN is structurally the same as an ordinary feedforward neural network, but it is considered to consist of several overlapping modules, which are switched according to input patterns. A FLNN constructed in(More)
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