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Specific protein interactions are responsible for most biological functions. Distinguishing Functionally Linked Interfaces of Proteins (FLIPs), from Functionally uncorrelated Contacts (FunCs), is therefore important to characterizing these interactions. To achieve this goal, we have created a database of protein structures called FLIPdb, containing proteins(More)
Researchers are attempting to architect and implement a continuously adaptive query engine suitable for global-area systems and sensor networks. As query engines are scaled and federated, they must cope with highly unpredictable and changeable environments. Numerous limitations such as poor cost models, data correlations, changing system resources, changing(More)
Microbial/bacterial resistance against antibiotics is considered as a potentially serious threat to public health. Further, as these antibiotics elicit side effects, there is interest in developing new molecules with novel modes of action from diverse organisms. Along these lines, in this study the antibacterial potential of the basic protein VRV-PL-V(More)
The resistance of bacteria against the use of conventional antibiotics has become a serious threat to public health and considering the associated side effect with antibiotics; new strategies to find and develop new molecules with novel modes of action has received grate attention in recent years. In this study, when the antibacterial potential of an acidic(More)
Zingiber officinale enriched jaggery of three sugarcane varieties (Co 86032, Co 419 and Co 62175) at 0.05, 0.1 and 0.2 % Z. officinale concentrations were evaluated for physico-chemical properties, 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical scavenging and reducing power ability, in addition to sensory evaluation by quantitative descriptive analysis(More)
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