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Random mutagenesis is a powerful tool for studying the effects of a large number of permutations of a particular DNA sequence and its encoded products. Here we describe a new strategy of conducting in vitro random mutagenesis using ethyl methane sulfonate (EMS). The Bacillus aprN18 gene, coding for a serine protease with fibrinolytic activity, was used as a(More)
Because of their feasibility and effectiveness, artificial intelligence-based intrusion detection systems attract considerable interest from researchers. However, when confronted with large-scale data sets, many artificial intelligence-based intrusion detection systems could suffer from a high computational burden, even though the feature selection method(More)
Antimicrobial peptides from human skin are an important component of the innate immune response and play a key role as a first line of defense against infections. One such peptide is the recently discovered dermcidin-1L. To better understand its mechanism and to further investigate its antimicrobial spectrum, recombinant dermcidin-1L was expressed in(More)
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