Wimada Thammasorn

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A triplex target DNA site (TTS), a stretch of DNA that is composed of polypurines, is able to form a triple-helix (triplex) structure with triplex-forming oligonucleotides (TFOs) and is able to influence the site-specific modulation of gene expression and/or the modification of genomic DNA. The co-localization of a genomic TTS with gene regulatory signals(More)
One of the major goals of proteomic research is the identification of proteins, a goal that often requires various software tools and databases. These tools have to be able to handle large amounts of data, such as those generated by PMF (Peptide Mass Fingerprinting), a high throughput technique. A newly sequenced organism, Spirulina platensis, was recently(More)
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