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Chloroplasts import post-translationally most of their constituent polypeptides via two distinct translocon units located in the outer and inner envelope. The protein import channel of the translocon of the outer envelope of chloroplasts, Toc75, is the most abundant protein in that membrane. We identify a novel Toc75 homologous protein, atToc75-V, a(More)
In the postgenomic era, the transformation of genetic information into biochemical meaning is required. We have analyzed the proteome of the chloroplast outer envelope membrane by an in silico and a proteomic approach. Based on its evolutionary relation to the outer membrane of Gram-negative bacteria, the outer envelope membrane should contain a large(More)
In this paper we present DIRNDL, an annotated corpus resource comprising syntactic annotations as well as information status labels and prosodic information. We introduce each annotation layer and then focus on the linking of the data in a standoff approach. The corpus is based on data from radio news broadcasts , i.e. two sets of primary data: spoken radio(More)
In the framework of the preparation of linguistic web services for corpus processing, the need for a representation format was felt, which supports interoperability between different web services in a corpus processing pipeline, but also provides a well-defined interface to both, legacy tools and their data formats and upcoming international standards. We(More)
Data models and encoding formats for syntactically annotated text corpora need to deal with syntactic ambiguity; underspecified representations are particularly well suited for the representation of ambiguous data because they allow for high informational efficiency. We discuss the issue of being informationally efficient, and the trade-off between(More)
This paper describes the creation of a resource of German sentences with multiple automatically created alternative syntactic analyses (parses) for the same text, and how qualitative and quantitative investigations of this resource can be performed using ANNIS, a tool for corpus querying and visualization. Using the example of PP attachment, we show how(More)
In this paper, we present a database-supported corpus study where we combine automatically obtained linguistic information from a statistical dependency parser, namely the occurrence of a dative argument, with predictions from a theory on the argument structure of German particle verbs with nach. The theory predicts five readings of nach which behave(More)
Depending on the nature of a linguistic theory, empirical investigations of its soundness may focus on corpus studies related to lexical, syntactic, semantic or other phenomena. Especially work in research networks usually comprises analyses of different levels of description, where each one must be as reliable as possible when the same sentences and texts(More)