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Colors act as cues for perceiving objects, particularly in complex scenes. Intuitively, color seems to play an important role in recognizing people in scenes. Recent research has evinced that color cues contribute in recognizing faces, especially when shape cues of the images are degraded. Although the input to many of the face recognition systems is color(More)
BACKGROUND Peptides binding to Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) class II molecules are crucial for initiation and regulation of immune responses. Predicting peptides that bind to a specific MHC molecule plays an important role in determining potential candidates for vaccines. The binding groove in class II MHC is open at both ends, allowing peptides(More)
Malassezia is a unique lipophilic genus in class Malasseziomycetes in Ustilaginomycotina, (Basidiomycota, fungi) that otherwise consists almost exclusively of plant pathogens. Malassezia are typically isolated from warm-blooded animals, are dominant members of the human skin mycobiome and are associated with common skin disorders. To characterize the(More)
Uninhibited access to the unstructured information distributed across the web and in scientific literature databases continues to be beyond the reach of scientists and health professionals. To address this challenge we have developed a literature driven, ontology-centric navigation infrastructure consisting of a content acquisition engine, a domain-specific(More)
The non-obese diabetic (NOD) mouse is a widely used animal model for study of autoimmune diseases, in particular human type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM). Identification of the subset of peptides that bind MHC molecules comprising the H-2g7 haplotype of NOD mouse and thereby representing potential NOD T-cell epitopes is important for research into the(More)