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The binding between peptide epitopes and major histocompatibility complex proteins (MHCs) is an important event in the cellular immune response. Accurate prediction of the binding between short peptides and the MHC molecules has long been a principal challenge for immunoinformatics. Recently, the modeling of MHC-peptide binding has come to emphasize(More)
The binding between peptide epitopes and major histocompatibility complex (MHC) proteins is a major event in the cellular immune response. Accurate prediction of the binding between short peptides and class I or class II MHC molecules is an important task in immunoinformatics. SVRMHC which is a novel method to model peptide-MHC binding affinities based on(More)
Wireless sensor networks are often deployed in hostile environments and sensor nodes are lack hardware support for resistance; thus, leaving them vulnerable to several kinds of threats and attacks. While most of threats and attacks can be prevented by using cryptographic approaches provided by key management , such as eavesdropping, intrusion and node(More)
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