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Localizing a bug in a program can be a complex and time- consuming process. In this paper we propose a code coverage-based fault localization method to prioritize suspicious code in terms of its likelihood of containing program bugs. Code with a higher risk should be examined before that with a lower risk, as the former is more suspicious (i.e., more likely(More)
This paper presents the results of RiMOM in the Ontology Alignment Evaluation Initiative (OAEI) 2010. We participate in three tracks of the campaign: Benchmark, IM@OAEI2010 (IMEI), and Very Large Crosslingual Resources (VLCR). We first describe the basic alignment process and alignment strategies in RiMOM, and then we present specific techniques used for(More)
Cholera toxin B (CTB) subunit is a well-characterized antigen against cholera. Transgenic plants can offer an inexpensive and safe source of edible CTB vaccine and may be one of the best candidates for the production of plant vaccines. The present study aimed to develop transgenic tomato expressing CTB protein, especially in the ripening tomato fruit under(More)
Fault localization is the most expensive activity in program debugging. Traditional ad-hoc methods can be time-consuming and ineffective because they rely on programmers' intuitive guesswork, which may neither be accurate nor reliable. A better solution is to utilize a systematic and statistically well-defined method to automatically identify suspicious(More)
Uncontrolled macrophage activation is now considered to be a critical event in the pathogenesis of chronic inflammatory diseases such as atherosclerosis, multiple sclerosis, and chronic venous leg ulcers. However, it is still unclear which environmental cues induce persistent activation of macrophages in vivo and how macrophage-derived effector molecules(More)
PURPOSE Squamous esophageal cancer is common in non-Western countries and has a well-defined progression of preinvasive dysplasia leading to invasive squamous cell carcinoma. We examined the changes in promoter region methylation occurring during neoplastic progression. EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN The frequency of epigenetic changes in the promoter region of 14(More)
Proper activation of macrophages (Mφ) in the inflammatory phase of acute wound healing is essential for physiological tissue repair. However, there is a strong indication that robust Mφ inflammatory responses may be causal for the fibrotic response always accompanying adult wound healing. Using a complementary approach of in vitro and in vivo studies, we(More)
In recent years, Web applications have grown so quickly that they have already become crucial to the success of businesses. However, since they are built on Internet and open standard technologies, Web applications bring new challenges to researchers, such as dynamic behaviors, heterogeneous representations, novel control flow and data flow mechanisms, etc.(More)
The connexin26 gene ( GJB2) has been shown to be responsible for DFNB1 and DFNA3 (Autosomal Recessive Hereditary Nonsyndromic Deafness Locus 1 and Autosomal Dominant Hereditary Nonsyndromic Deafness Locus 3). Two hundred ten independently ascertained Chinese probands with nonsyndromic hearing loss (NSHL) were evaluated for mutations in GJB2, including 43(More)