Thi Thanh Huyen Phan

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A gene inactivation study was performed on gntE, a member of the gentamicin biosynthetic gene cluster in Micromonospora echinospora. Computer-aided homology analysis predicts a methyltransferase-related cobalamin-binding domain and a radical S-adenosylmethionine domain in GntE. It is also found that there is no gntE homolog within other aminoglycoside(More)
Distributed collaborative software development tends to make artifacts and decisions inconsistent and uncertain. We try to solve this problem by providing an information repository to reflect the state of works precisely, by managing the states of artifacts/products made through collaborative work, and the states of decisions made through communications. In(More)
Non-repudiation in e-commerce has recently gained a lot of interest but its successor brother, non-repudiation in mcommerce, is still at the start. In this paper, we propose an extension of existing mobile payment models to introduce an extended mobile payment service (EMPS) model, which is based on assumptions about the cooperation between mobile network(More)
Workflow verification has attracted a lot of attention, especially control flow aspect. However, little research has been carried out on data verification in workflow literature although data is one of the most important aspects of workflow. This paper proposes an approach for detecting and repairing Unintentional Change in In-use Data (UCID) in a(More)
Change management is a key issue in collaborative software development. In a collaborative work, the fact that many change processes applied to shared artifacts are executed concurrently leads to the inconsistency problem. Most of previous studies addressed only conflicts, a type of inconsistency caused by concurrent change activities on shared artifacts.(More)
16S rDNA sequences are conventionally used for classification of organisms. However, the use of these sequences is sometimes not successful, especially for closely related species. For better classification of these organisms, several methods that are genome sequence-based have been developed. Sequence alignment-based methods are tedious and time-consuming,(More)