Molecular motors: Kinesin steps back

@article{Molloy2005MolecularMK,
  title={Molecular motors: Kinesin steps back},
  author={Justin E Molloy and Stephan Schmitz},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2005},
  volume={435},
  pages={285-287}
}
285 aftershocks occur, the increasing amounts of data accumulated can be used to improve the prediction of future behaviour. The result is a procedure that can be run in real time to predict the probabilities of different sizes of earthquakes, with long-term expectations being modified by recent events. The final step is to put this into a form that answers the question about local risk. For any particular location in California, the procedure first computes the probability of earthquakes… CONTINUE READING