Murodzhon Akhmedov

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One drug may suppress the effects of another. Although knowledge of drug suppression is vital to avoid efficacy-reducing drug interactions or discover countermeasures for chemical toxins, drug-drug suppression relationships have not been systematically mapped. Here, we analyze the growth response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to anti-fungal compound ("drug")(More)
This article describes the results of studies aimed at the development of new regimes of heat sterilization for canned products that provide the most efficient preservation of biologically active components of raw materials. Preliminary warming of fruits in cans using electromagnetic super-high-frequency field before pouring the syrup decreases the duration(More)
Innovative resource-saving technologies have been developed and tested under the conditions of canning factories. Heating with hot water or in a super-high frequency oven before sealing makes it possible to significantly increase the initial temperature of canned products before their sterilization, as well as to lower the temperature difference between the(More)
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy is an important technique that allows determining protein structure in solution. An important problem in protein structure determination using NMR spectroscopy is the mapping of peaks to corresponding amino acids, also known as the assignment problem. Structure-Based Assignment (SBA) is an approach to solve this(More)
Chemogenomic experiments, where genetic and chemical perturbations are combined, provide data for discovering the relationships between genotype and phenotype. Traditionally, analysis of chemogenomic datasets has been done considering the sensitivity of the deletion strains to chemicals, and this has shed light on drug mechanism of action and detecting drug(More)
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