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BPEL4WS is a well-established business process standard that can be used to orchestrate service-based workflows. However, the rapid growth and automation demands of e-business and grid applications require BPEL4WS to provide enhanced semantic annotations to achieve the goal of business processes automation. Here, OWLS (OWL for Web Services) is designed to(More)
I2P is one of the most widely used anonymizing Peer-to-Peer networks on the Internet today. Like Tor, it uses onion routing to build tunnels between peers as the basis for providing anonymous communication channels. Unlike Tor, I2P integrates a range of anonymously hosted services directly with the platform. This paper presents a new attack on the I2P(More)
Preserving scalar boundedness is an important prerequisite to performing large-eddy simulations of turbulent reacting flows. A number of popular combustion models use a conserved-scalar, mixture-fraction to parameterize reactions that, by definition, is bound between zero and one. To avoid unphysical clipping, the numerical scheme solving the(More)
The kinetics of proteins passing through individual nuclear pore complexes (NPCs) of the nuclear envelope (NE) was studied using near-field scanning optical microscopy (NSOM) in combination with fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS). The NSOM probe was placed over a single pore in an unsupported native NE to observe fluorescence-labeled NTF2 moving in(More)
OBJECTIVE The potassium-competitive acid blockers (P-CABs), comprise a new, innovative group of competitive and reversible inhibitors of the gastric H+/K+ ATPase. Our aim was to identify sites of expression of the H+/K+ ATPase that are potential targets of these compounds by examining the expression profile of the gastric H+/K+ ATPase in the human body from(More)
We report the expression of several chlamydial effector proteins in Chlamydophila pneumoniae, as well as their time-dependent secretion into the inclusion membrane. Localization of the respective genes within type III secretion gene clusters as well as bioinformatic analysis suggest that the identified proteins are type III-secreted effector proteins.(More)
After the primary anterior-posterior patterning of the neural plate, a subset of wnt signaling molecules including Xwnt-1, Xwnt-2b, Xwnt-3A, Xwnt-8b are still expressed in the developing brain in a region spanning from the posterior part of the diencephalon to the mesencephalon/metencephalon boundary. In this expression field, they are colocalized with the(More)