Robert Janowski

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Cysteine proteases (CPs) are responsible for many biochemical processes occurring in living organisms and they have been implicated in the development and progression of several diseases that involve abnormal protein turnover. The activity of CPs is regulated among others by their specific inhibitors: cystatins. The main aim of this review is to discuss the(More)
This paper deals with the problem of assuring strict QoS guarantees for the end to end connections that originate from Ethernet access network. It shows that despite high link capacities in some cases Ethernet network might be the reason of QoS deterioration. The primary reason is the lack of appropriate QoS differentiation and traffic isolation mechanisms.(More)
Tuberculosis (TB) is a major global health threat caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb). It is further fueled by the HIV pandemic and by increasing incidences of multidrug resistant Mtb-strains. Rv2827c, a hypothetical protein from Mtb, has been implicated in the survival of Mtb in the macrophages of the host. The three-dimensional structure of Rv2827c(More)
The paper 1 deals with the problem of assuring predefined QoS for real time (RT) class of service (CoS), which we define as one of inter-provider or inter-domain classes of service in IP network. We propose an analysis and adequate formulas to obtain admissible traffic load in a case when we map two end-to-end classes of service dedicated for telephony CoS(More)
Here we perform a large-scale study of the structural properties and the expression of proteins that constitute the human Centrosome. Centrosomal proteins tend to be larger than generic human proteins (control set), since their genes contain in average more exons (20.3 versus 14.6). They are rich in predicted disordered regions, which cover 57% of their(More)