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A recently developed approach that employs artificial neural networks (ANNs) was applied to the simulated data set to identify sets of marker loci involved in disease etiology. In this implementation, ANNs are trained to predict the disease state (output) from the given genetic marker data (input). A contribution value (CV) for each locus is calculated from(More)
Many mendelian traits show heterogeneity; that is, the disease phenotype in different families may be caused by genes at different locations. In linkage analysis, this admixture type of heterogeneity (locus heterogeneity) has often been accommodated with one of the HOMOG programs, which thus far have been restricted to at most two disease gene locations.(More)
Micrografting is an in vitro grafting technique which involves the placement of a meristem or shoot tip explant onto a decapitated rootstock that has been grown aseptically from seed or micropropagated cultures. Following early experiments of micrografting in ivy and chrysanthemum, the technique has been used in woody species, especially fruit trees. Major(More)
A gradient LC method was developed for determination and quantitation of Sitagliptin in bulk drug and pharmaceutical formulations. The separation was accomplished on a symmetry reversed phase C18 column, 75 mm ×4.6mm I.D., 3.5μm column using mobile phase consist of acetonitrile and 0.03% formic acid at flow rate of 0.3ml/min. The eluents were monitored with(More)
This paper proposes an improved method of modeling the influence of the electrostatic field on torsional micromirrors by including the effect of counter electric field. Further, it is also proposed to include a stopper in order to obtain 90 tilting angle for optical switching applications. The present work reports on the static and dynamic behavior of the(More)
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