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Protein complexes are an intrinsic aspect of life in the membrane. Knowing which proteins are assembled in these complexes is therefore essential to understanding protein function(s). Unfortunately, recent high throughput protein interaction studies have failed to deliver any significant information on proteins embedded in the membrane, and many membrane(More)
Enterococcus faecalis is a gram-positive bacterium that is part of the indigenous microbiotica of humans and animals as well as an opportunistic pathogen. In this study, we have fractionated the membrane proteome of E. faecalis and identified many of its constituents by mass spectrometry. We present blue native-/SDS-PAGE reference maps that contain 102(More)
The cell envelope of Escherichia coli is an essential structure that modulates exchanges between the cell and the extra-cellular milieu. Previous proteomic analyses have suggested that it contains a significant number of proteins with no annotated function. To gain insight into these proteins and the general organization of the cell envelope proteome, we(More)
N-grams are applied in some applications searching in text documents, especially in cases when one must work with phrases, e.g. in plagiarism detection. N-gram is a sequence of n terms (or generally tokens) from a document. We get a set of n-grams by moving a floating window from the begin to the end of the document. During the extraction we must remove(More)
Multidimensional data structures have become very popular in recent years. Their importance lies in efficient indexing of data, which have naturally multidimensional characteristics like navigation data, drawing specifications etc. The R-tree is a well-known structure based on the bounding of spatial near points by rectangles. Although efficient query(More)
Although DBMS (Database Management Systems) are often hidden for a user, they are a part of many applications utilized in day-by-day life. In general, we can suppose two main types of DBMS: OLTP (On-Line Transaction Processing) and OLAP (On-Line Analytical Processing). We can also distinguish another classification related to the connection of a client and(More)
Multidimensional data are commonly utilized in many application areas like electronic shopping, cartography and many others. These data structures support various types of queries, e.g. point or range query. The range query retrieves all tuples of a multidimensional space matched by a query rectangle. Processing range queries in a multidimensional data(More)
Semantic-based approaches are relatively new technologies. Some of these technologies are supported by specifications of W3 Consortium , i.e. RDF, SPARQL and so on. There are many areas where semantic data can be utilized, e.g. social networks, annotation of protein sequences etc. From the physical database design point of view, several index data(More)