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Using cDNA hybridization selection techniques, we identified seven new genes in a 280 kilobase YAC coveting theHLA-F locus. The new genes were mapped back to the YAC by a combination of optical restriction mapping and pulse field gel electrophoresis. Northern analysis of individual clones demonstrated the presence of either different mRNA sizes or different(More)
G protein coupled receptors (GPCRs), also known as seven-transmembrane domain receptors, pass through the cellular membrane seven times and play diverse biological roles in the cells such as signaling, transporting of molecules and cell-cell communication. In this work, we develop a web server, namely the GPCRserver, which is capable of identifying GPCRs(More)
Protein three-dimensional (3D) structures provide insightful information in many fields of biology. One-dimensional properties derived from 3D structures such as secondary structure, residue solvent accessibility, residue depth and backbone torsion angles are helpful to protein function prediction, fold recognition and ab initio folding. Here, we predict(More)
Locating the transmembrane regions of outer membrane proteins (OMPs) is highly important for deciphering their biological functions at both molecular and cellular levels. Here, we propose a novel method to predict the transmembrane regions of OMPs by employing the position- and composition-based features of sequence profiles. Furthermore, a simple(More)
This paper proposes a novel scheme for monitoring and analyzing the performance of Internet applications based on statistical analysis. In our study, an Internet application is considered as a “black box” as the internal architecture and the operation/data flow of most of the applications is often unknown to enterprises or internet service(More)
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