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Due to next-generation sequence technologies, sequencing of bacterial genomes is no longer one of the main bottlenecks in bacterial research and the number of new genomes deposited in public databases continues to increase at an accelerating rate. Among these new genomes, several belong to the same species and were generated for pan-genomic studies. A(More)
In this work, we report the complete genome sequence of a Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis PAT10 isolate, collected from a lung abscess in an Argentine sheep in Patagonia, whose pathogen also required an investigation of its pathogenesis. Thus, the analysis of the genome sequence offers a means to better understanding of the molecular and genetic basis of(More)
Vibrio cholerae is the causal organism of the cholera epidemic, which is mostly prevalent in developing and underdeveloped countries. However, incidences of cholera in developed countries are also alarming. Because of the emergence of new drug-resistant strains, even though several generic drugs and vaccines have been developed over time, Vibrio infections(More)
Although attempts have been made to unveil protein-protein and host-pathogen interactions based on molecular insights of important biological events and pathogenesis in various organisms, these efforts have not yet been reported in Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis (Cp), the causative agent of Caseous Lymphadenitis (CLA). In this study, we used(More)
UNLABELLED miRNAs regulate post transcriptional gene expression by targeting multiple mRNAs and hence can modulate multiple signalling pathways, biological processes, and patho-physiologies. Therefore, understanding of miRNA regulatory networks is essential in order to modulate the functions of a miRNA. The focus of several existing databases is to provide(More)
Exploring miRNA-disease interactions is critical to identify the impact of a disease on other diseases. Mapping this problem to a graph theoretical concept offers a unique perspective to study unseen relationships among diseases. In our work, maximum weighted matching has been used after mapping the miRNA-disease associations as a bipartite graph. We also(More)
  • Sadhana Godbole, Shivani Deshpande, Neha Barve, Sakshi Galim
  • 2016
In this proposed system, theft can be prevented using Raspberry pi and PIR sensors. In this system PIR sensors, camera, buzzer, relay, GSM module are connected to Raspberry pi. PIR sensors are able to detect the presence of human being. After detecting any person, relays are triggered to switch on the lights. As soon as lights are on, buzzer will start(More)
Inositol monophosphate plays an important role in treatment of bipolar disorders. Analogues with deleted or substituted 6-OH group and 1-phosphate group produce good inhibitors of Inositol Monophosphatase (IMPase) enzyme. Twenty two analogues displaying variable inhibition of IMPase were subjected to quantitative structure activity relationship analysis.(More)
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