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In search of the small ones: improved prediction of short exons in vertebrates, plants, fungi and protists

Saeys Y, Rouzé P, Van de Peer Y. Department of Plant Systems Biology, Flanders Interuniversity Institute for Biotechnology... Read More

Towards the high-resolution protein structure prediction. Fast refinement of reduced models with all-atom force field

Towards the high-resolution protein structure prediction. Fast refinement of reduced models with all-atom force... Read More

Prediction of binding sites of interleukin1 type1 receptors involved in osteoarthritis

Prediction of binding sites of interleukin1 type1 receptors involved in osteoarthritis Prathyusha Gopireddy, Btech... Read More

Bioinformatics Successfully Predicts Immune Response To One Of The Most Complex Viruses Known

Bioinformatics Successfully Predicts Immune Response To One Of The Most Complex Viruses Known The use of computers to... Read More

LIAI finding gives boost to bioinformatics use in fighting disease

The use of computers to advance human disease research — known as bioinformatics — has received a major boost from... Read More

Mathematical Prediction Of On-off Switches In Cell Division Proven

A team of Virginia Tech researchers has experimentally verified the predictions of a mathematical model concerning the... Read More

Bioinformatics: Sequence and Genome Analysis

 Bioinformatics: Sequence and Genome Analysis       ... Read More

Introduction. Bioinformatics: from molecules to systems

Article The post-genome era is characterized by a major expansion in the available biological data. Sources of information... Read More

Sequence and structural features of carbohydrate binding in proteins and assessment of predictability using a neural network

Sequence and structural features of carbohydrate binding in proteins and assessment of predictability using a neural... Read More

Model for cancer cure

The outcome for some cancer patients can now be predicted much earlier by making the right choice of treatment based on a... Read More

NASA Helps Forecast Reptile Distributions In Madagascar

NASA supported biologists developed a modeling approach that uses satellite data and specimen locality data from museum... Read More

Dopamine, uncertainty and TD learning

Dopamine, uncertainty and TD learning Yael Niv1 ,2, Michael O Duff2 and Peter Dayan2 1Interdisciplinary Center for Neural... Read More

Prediction

The act of making an educated guess as to the outcome of a situation Educated guess: guess based on previously found... Read More

Pandemic coronavirus disease COVID-19 feared inevitable

When we thought we are spared by the dreadful coronaviruses, like SARS-CoV, here we are again in a pandemonium over a... Read More

Hundreds of natural-selection studies could be wrong, study demonstrates

March 31, 2009 -- Scientists at Penn State and the National Institute of Genetics in Japan have demonstrated that several... Read More

Arctic Rivers Discharge More Freshwater Into Ocean, Reflecting Changes To Hydrologic Cycle

WASHINGTON -- Far northern rivers are discharging increasing amounts of freshwater into the Arctic Ocean, due to... Read More

TANGO – towards faster prognosis of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases?

TANGO - towards faster prognosis of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases? A large number of diseases - including... Read More

Simulating genotypic variation of fruit quality in an advanced peachxPrunus davidiana cross

RESEARCH PAPER Simulating genotypic variation of fruit quality in an advanced peachxPrunus davidiana cross B. Quilot1,*, M.... Read More

NO Help: Nitric Oxide Monitoring Does Not Help Most Children with Asthma

January 15, 2009 -- The level of nitric oxide (NO) in an asthmatic’s exhaled breath can portend worsening asthma... Read More

Statistical Thermodynamics: taking a walk on a landscape

Charles L. Brooks III, José N. Onuchic, David J. Wales C. L. Brooks III is in the Department of Molecular Biology, The... Read More

The MPI Bioinformatics Toolkit for protein sequence analysis

The MPI Bioinformatics Toolkit for protein sequence analysis   Andreas Biegert*, Christian Mayer, Michael Remmert,... Read More

Structural Bioinformatics (Methods of Biochemical Analysis, V. 44)

 Structural Bioinformatics (Methods of Biochemical Analysis, V. 44)   ... Read More

Hydrology and Floodplain Analysis (3rd Edition)

Hydrology and Floodplain Analysis (3rd Edition)     ... Read More

Human MicroRNA Targets

RESEARCH ARTICLE Bino John1, Anton J. Enright1,2, Alexei Aravin3, Thomas Tuschl3, Chris Sander1, Debora S. Marks4* 1... Read More

Oil exploration and drug discovery to benefit from NuTec/Daresbury high performance computing deal

More accurate prediction of the location of oil reserves and faster screening of potential new drugs could result from a... Read More

Biodiversity: It’s In The Water

What if hydrology is more important for predicting biodiversity than biology? New research challenges current thinking... Read More

A papain-like enzyme at work: Native and acyl–enzyme intermediate structures in phytochelatin synthesis

A papain-like enzyme at work: Native and acyl-enzyme intermediate structures in phytochelatin synthesis Denis Vivares,... Read More

Forests and climate change – lessons from insects

Forests and climate change - lessons from insects Battisti A Dipartimento Agronomia Ambientale e Produzioni Vegetali,... Read More

A tiny pinch from a ‘z-ring’ helps bacteria cells divide

In process that is shrouded in mystery, rod-shaped bacteria reproduce by splitting themselves in two. By applying advanced... Read More

MR Spectroscopy May Help Patients Avoid Invasive Procedures and Treatments for Recurrent Brain Lesions

February 2, 2009 -- A clinical decision model which uses MR spectroscopy to help physicians differentiate between... Read More

Deciphering The Mystery Of Bee Flight

One of the most elusive questions in science has finally been answered: How do bees fly? Although the issue is not as... Read More

Developing Fruit Fly Embryo Is Capable Of Genetic Corrections

March 9, 2009 — Animals have an astonishing ability to develop reliably in spite of variable conditions... Read More

The Cost Of Long Tongues

Orchid bees use their extraordinarily long tongues to drink nectar from the deep, tropical flowers only they can access.... Read More

Ugandan monkeys harbor evidence of infection with unknown poxvirus

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Researchers report this month that red colobus monkeys in a park in western Uganda have been exposed to an... Read More

Parasites May Have Had Role In Evolution Of Sex

July 31, 2009 — What's so great about sex? From an evolutionary perspective, the answer is not as obvious as one might... Read More

Computer Based Model Helps Radiologists Diagnose Breast Cancer

Radiologists have developed a computer based model that aids them in discriminating between benign and malignant breast... Read More

Prophecy

prophecy Origin: OE. Prophecie, OF. Profecie, F. Prophetie, L. Prophetia, fr. Gr, fr. To be an interpreter of the gods, to... Read More

Global Carbon Cycling on a Heterogeneous Seafloor

Carbon, nitrogen and oxygen are the fundamental elements of life on Earth. Global carbon varies in amount and its... Read More

Mathematical and theoretical biology

Definition noun An interdisciplinary field of academic study which aims at modelling natural, biological processes using... Read More

Ekaboron

Ekaboron (Science: chemistry) The name given by Mendelejeff in accordance with the periodic law, and by prediction, to a... Read More