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Resource management is crucial to software productions. Resources must be carefully acquired and released, or a resource leak might occur. For open source projects, resource leaks can be easily introduced during code check-in, and it is laborious to review, identify, report, and fix such leaks. Recently, there has been a growing interest in data mining API(More)
Most protein in hair and wool is of two broad types: keratin intermediate filament-forming proteins (commonly known as keratins) and keratin-associated proteins (KAPs). Keratin nomenclature was reviewed in 2006, but the KAP nomenclature has not been revised since 1993. Recently there has been an increase in the number of KAP genes (KRTAPs) identified in(More)
Keratin associated proteins (KAPs) are a class of proteins that associate with keratin intermediate filament proteins through disulphide linkages to give fibres such as hair and wool their unique properties. Up to 90 proteins from some 25 families have been identified and this does not include polymorphic variants of individual proteins within these(More)
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