Shin-Wen Lee

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We report the results of atomic force microscopy, Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy, solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance, and molecular dynamics (MD) calculations for amyloid fibrils formed by residues 109-122 of the Syrian hamster prion protein (H1). Our data reveal that H1 fibrils contain no more than two beta-sheet layers. The peptide strands of(More)
Finding trajectories of moving objects in a monocular image sequence is a vital technique in the field of motion analysis. A major step in finding such trajectories is to identify images of the same physical point in a sequence of frames; this step is usually called the correspondence problem. This technique, which successively refines the structure of the(More)
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