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Although the complex-poisoning effect of this mutation does not result in a visible phenotype on its own in heterozygotes, a simultaneous mutation in another member of the protein complex can reveal a ... Mutant alleles of the same gene fail to complement one another, while alleles of different genes do complement each other. ...doi:10.1895/wormbook.1.24.1 pmid:18023121 fatcat:df5ejymtizdrthbqbbsrnv3tee
Another result of this paper is that the function d defined above is the only one to generate x on the class of all finite simplicial complexes (but not the only one to generate xy on combinatorial manifolds ... In the present paper the author gives a different characterization of A function p from the class of finite simplicial complexes to the reals is said to be locally determined if there exists another real ...
We propose that (ir)realis infinitival clauses belong to the situation class in the ICH, and that this middle class is of the ideal semantic complexity and syntactic size for a clausal subject in Turkish ... We present a classification aligning each form on the Implicational Complementation Hierarchy (ICH) proposed in Wurmbrand and Lohninger (2020), which provides a solution for the subject puzzle observed ... complements in a language is never more independent, less transparent, and less integrated than the class of complements on its left on the hierarchy. ...doi:10.3765/plsa.v6i1.5146 fatcat:mcl2wqqaz5gxdgpmpaob26r3eu
As resources we need an initial ontology and a partially processed corpus of a domain. We exploit the specific characteristic of the sublanguage in the corpus. ... Our approach is based on syntactical structures (noun phrases) and compound analyses to extract information required for the extension of GermaNet's lexical resources. ... Another type of error occurring in the evaluation was the case when the second noun phrase can also be parsed as a complex noun phrase. ...arXiv:cs/0501095v1 fatcat:cpnucdctsnatbnrabbl7risgnm
The Plant Cell
According to the "floral quartet" or "combinatorial assembly" model (Theißen et al., 2016) , different MADS-box proteins interact with one another to form tetrameric protein complexes, with the specific ... All except one of the ABCDE gene classes specify MADS-box transcription factors (TFs). ... According to the "floral quartet" or "combinatorial assembly" model (Theißen et al., 2016) , different MADS-box proteins interact with one another to form tetrameric protein complexes, with the specific ...doi:10.1105/tpc.20.00818 pmid:33004615 pmcid:PMC7610295 fatcat:anhfl5sa7vhzrpo3spdzomy4f4
On the basis of previous work on coherence in German we argue that coherence allows the infinitival complement of a verb or an adjective to be "split-up", so that the head and a dependent of this head ... Coherence generally refers to a kind of predicate formation where a verb forms a complex predicate with the head of its infinitival complement. ... The pilot study confirmed our initial observations from the corpus, namely that one class of adjectives allows coherence, while another class of adjectives does not lend themselves easily to coherence. ...doi:10.21248/hpsg.2010.7 fatcat:3bpq3xdm6fcbnkgdovpf7echw4
Diagnostics & Clinical Testing
A further property—the immu- noglobulin isotype, or class and sub- class of the antibody in a CIC—is important in several respects. ... First, the isotype is important because most of the common CIC assays rely on complement binding, revealing only those complexes that contain antibody of a complement-binding isotype. ...
Here, we study the structure of the orbits generated by local complementation, mapping them up to 9 qubits and revealing a rich hidden structure. ... We find direct links between the connectivity of certain orbits with the entanglement properties of their component graph states. ... The computer programs 'IGraph/M' and 'SAGE' were vital for evaluating difficult to compute properties of our extensive library of graphs. ...arXiv:1910.03969v2 fatcat:ivvpi3gocjc2zof7qjmaxvl7qy
Here, we study the structure of the orbits generated by local complementation, mapping them up to 9 qubits and revealing a rich hidden structure. ... We find direct links between the connectivity of certain orbits with the entanglement properties of their component graph states. ... The computer programs 'IGraph/M' and 'SAGE' were vital for evaluating difficult to compute properties of our extensive library of graphs. ...doi:10.22331/q-2020-08-07-305 fatcat:jkxwlp5xcfb7nhdfspzs5vqscm
The subject-matter of my paper is a (language-universal) theory developed in Slovenia by a small group of linguists (under my guidance), who mainly use English, German, and Slovenian language material ... as the base of verification. ... In each format, the relative naturalness of two classes is compared. One class contains units which have property A and units which Jack that property (thus +/-A). ...doaj:a64766cbd36543139e452b39f9e9eac2 fatcat:tyx2wj2e4rdsfmftc4wpn2rivm
Complexity is defined in terms of the kinds of structural information arrayed against verbs in their lexical entries-syntactic subcategorization and argument structure . ... Subjects had to perform a complex secondary task presented in the immediate vicinity of the verb while listening to a sentence for meaning . ... set in relation to one another . ...doi:10.1016/s0010-0277(87)80010-0 pmid:3691026 fatcat:jmoq62kvy5cnvbriaglsjpktlu
EM class averages of α X β 2 in complex with iC3b define the binding sites on both the integrin and iC3b. iC3b contains C3c and thioester domain moieties linked by a long flexible linker. ... domain from its site of insertion in the β-propeller domain. ... T.W. is an investigator in the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. ...doi:10.1073/pnas.1202051109 pmid:22393018 pmcid:PMC3311339 fatcat:ossko2ucjfemvinmu57b75uxo4
Journal of Clinical Investigation
The PCH hemolytic system is unique in another respect because all components of complement are not necessary for hemolysis. ... Although such a titration would detect the presence of all the components, it would not distinguish one absent component from another. ...
Yet another analogue is given by the stabilized version of "complements of caustics of holomorphic functions in « complex variables"; the resulting cohomology ring is isomorphic to that of the 2«-fold ... The analysis of these cohomology classes arises from the behavior of the complement of the diagonal in the product space. ...doi:10.1090/s0273-0979-1994-00525-7 fatcat:mkxvttw4r5aqxgpprzxvs44thm
For a given embedded Lagrangian in the complement of a complex hypersurface we show existence of a holomorphic disc in the complement having boundary on that Lagrangian. ... with the proof of Lemma 2.3. ... I would like to thank Yakov Eliashberg for the initial discussions on this subject, Leonid Polterovich for his cordial and patient help with the paper, Brian White and Jean-Claude Sikorav for the help ...arXiv:math/9812019v2 fatcat:j7r6pfiukjas7jwqimvorktl44
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