Kevin Ruland

Learn More
1 Preface This manuscript is a compliation of lecture notes from the graduate level course CS 582, Computational Learning Theory," I taught a t W ashington University in the spring of 1991. Students taking the course were assumed to have background in the design and analysis of algorithms as well as good mathematical background. Given that there is no text(More)
The ORF6 gene product of Mycoplasma pneumoniae is involved in a yet-unknown manner in the adhesion of the bacterium to its host cell. Part of the ORF6 gene is a repetitive DNA sequence (RepMP5), about 1,900 bp long. Seven additional similar copies of RepMP5 are dispersed on the genome. In the independently isolated strains M. pneumoniae M129 and FH, the(More)
Mycoplasma pneumoniae, a bacterium pathogenic for humans, has a relatively small genome size of 840 kbp. Even though, several repeated DNA elements have been identified in the genome of this prokaryote, particularly within the P1 gene which codes for a major adhesin protein of M. pneumoniae. These elements were characterized in detail with respect to size,(More)
1 Preface This manuscript is a compliation of lecture notes from the graduate level course CS 582, \Computational Learning Theory," I taught a t W ashington University in the spring of 1991. Students taking the course were assumed to have b a c kground in the design and analysis of algorithms as well as good mathematical background. Given that there is no(More)
I I 10 10 10 SO t l 70 10 «0 190 110 110 1 CCCAATCAfi ItACTTIIAT CCIMC1CAC SiUl l t tC! ACUIKTCC TIAAlACATI C1IUIIA1C ttlATAITIT AtTTCICTAA AAIATI1AII AtCAAATIU TCKTAACAC i n luccuice ucctititt icittt i i i i CCAHKAAA CAIHCCIAA TACCAIAIAT IAIAAAAAIT TJUTIAAH I I I I I I C I A I internet itcttcicc* ACAAATIIK 111 (1CCCCI1CI ITAITT1CIT UIACIITAA AAKCIUCA(More)
  • 1