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Ruth E. Dayhoff
Ruth Dayhoff (born 1952) is an American physician and medical bioinformatician. Dayhoff is at the forefront of the bioinformatics movement.
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Revelations of a Genealogy: Biblical Women in Performance during Twentieth-Century American Feminisms
Corpus ID: 193156695
‘Ballet it’s too whitey’: discursive hierarchies of high school dance spaces and the constitution of embodied feminine subjectivities
Corpus ID: 4256752
This article investigates (i) how the structuring practices and meanings associated with dance classes at an inner‐city American…
Protein Motif Prediction by Grammatical Inference
Corpus ID: 18570039
The rapid growth of protein sequence databases is exceeding the capacity of biochemically and structurally characterizing new…
The Psychology of Being " Right " : The Problem of Accuracy in Social Perception and Cognition
M. P. Lawton
Corpus ID: 931883
Several difficulties are noted with general questions psychologists have been asking about human accuracy, such as whether people…
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