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Two highly similar LAEDDTNAQKT and LTDKIGTEI epitopes in G glycoprotein may be useful for effective epitope based vaccine design against pathogenic Henipavirus
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We identified two potential epitopes which may be used as peptide vaccines against Nipah and Hendra viruses. Expand
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A dynamic network model of temporal receptive fields in primary auditory cortex
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We propose an alternative model for the encoding of stimulus history, which is often modelled using a span of time-delays in a spectro-temporal receptive field (STRF). Expand
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Genome-wide Analysis of Mycoplasma hominis for the Identification of Putative Therapeutic Targets
Ever increasing propensity of antibiotic resistance among pathogenic bacteria raises the demand for the development of novel therapeutic agents to control this grave problem. Advances in the field ofExpand
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In silico structural analysis of Hantaan virus glycoprotein G2 and conserved epitope prediction for vaccine development
Hantaan virus (HNTV) is an etiological agent of potentially fatal hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS). The virus infects a large number of patients annually with a mortality rate more thanExpand
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A dynamic network model can explain temporal receptive fields in primary auditory cortex
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We propose an alternative model for the encoding of stimulus history, which is often modelled using a span of time-delays in a spectro-temporal receptive field (STRF). Expand
Simple transformations capture auditory input to cortex
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We combined models of the auditory periphery with various encoding models to predict auditory cortical responses to natural sounds in the auditory cortex. Expand
Simple spectral transformations capture the contribution of peripheral processing to cortical responses to natural sounds
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We explored both biologically-detailed and very simple models of the auditory periphery to find the appropriate input to a phenomenological model of auditory cortical responses to natural sounds, when combined with a linear non-linear encoding model. Expand
Exponentially-decaying temporal integration in a network model can explain much of the neural sensitivity to stimulus history in primary auditory cortex.
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We propose an alternative model for the encoding of stimulus history, which we apply to extracellular recordings of neurons in the primary auditory cortex of anaesthetized ferrets. Expand
Isolation and Identification of Oral Bacteria and Characterization for Bacteriocin Production and Antimicrobial Sensitivity
Oral bacteria play an important role in body homeostasis and the bacterial genus Streptococcus is the dominant microflora commonly found in oral bacterial community. Their ability to establishExpand
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