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The E. coli umuDC gene products participate in two temporally distinct roles: UmuD2C acts in a DNA damage checkpoint control, while UmuD'2C, also known as DNA polymerase V (Pol V), catalyzes replication past DNA lesions via a process termed translesion DNA synthesis. These different roles of the umuDC gene products are managed in part by the dnaN-encoded β(More)
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) are devices frequently used in industrial control systems with tight real time constraints on operations. Using emulation and/or simulation to evaluate the behavior of a network of PLCs is difficult because of the lack of tools that accurately mimic the real-time behavior of such networks. This paper addresses this(More)
The main objective of this paper is to develop an autonomous robot that show the use of Q-learning for navigation in a complete unknown environment. This will calculate the shortest path from current state to goal state by analyzing the environment through captured images. Further the captured images will be processed through image processing and machine(More)
The E. coli dnaN-encoded β sliding clamp protein plays a pivotal role in managing the actions on DNA of the 5 bacterial DNA polymerases, proteins involved in mismatch repair, as well as several additional proteins involved in DNA replication. Results of in vitro experiments indicate that the loading of β clamp onto DNA relies on both the DnaX clamp loader(More)
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