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PAPAyA: A Highly Scalable Cloud-based Framework for Genomic Processing

Francois Andry, Nevenka Dimitrova, Alexander Mankovich, Vartika Agrawal, Anas Bder, Ariel David
2016 Proceedings of the 9th International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies  
This new highly scalable, secure and extensible framework is deployed on a cloud-based digital health platform that provides generic provisioning and hosting services, identity and access management, workflow  ...  The PAPAyA platform has been designed to ingest, store and process in silico large genomics datasets using analysis algorithms based on pre-defined knowledge databases with the goal to offer personalized  ...  Thank you to the Philips PAPAyA and the hybrid storage teams in Petah Tikva, Israel for help in making PAPAyA a full commercial product.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0005668401980206 dblp:conf/biostec/AndryDMABD16 fatcat:o57np2qj2fawzeyagksqgrb3um

Hyperspectral Image Classification Using Deep Genome Graph-Based Approach

Haron Tinega, Enqing Chen, Long Ma, Richard M. Mariita, Divinah Nyasaka
2021 Sensors  
We propose an innovative deep genome graph-based network (GGBN) for hyperspectral image classification to tap the potential of hybrid models and genome graphs.  ...  On the other hand, biological genome graphs have demonstrated their effectiveness in enhancing the scalability and accuracy of genomic analysis.  ...  We propose a deep hybrid genome graph-based network (GGBN) for hyperspectral image classification.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21196467 pmid:34640786 fatcat:6i4jkwa6evdjpdbjbtwycgdtgm

From the Wet Lab to the Web Lab: A Paradigm Shift in Brain Imaging Research

Anisha Keshavan, Jean-Baptiste Poline
2019 Frontiers in Neuroinformatics  
Fully incorporating web technology in our research lifecycle requires not only technical skill, but a widespread culture change; a shift from the small, focused "wet lab" to a multidisciplinary and largely  ...  Here, we review the landscape of web technologies used in neuroimaging research, and discuss future applications, areas for improvement, and the limitations of using web technology in research.  ...  on article processing charges (ACP), occasionally generating low quality content, but a highly profitable business (for a long list of questionable publishers, see the Beall's List 41 ).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fninf.2019.00003 pmid:30881299 pmcid:PMC6405692 fatcat:k7x2llfff5hfrhr6igrt7hwhu4

Fast detection of Southern tomato virus by one-step transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification (RT-LAMP)

L. Elvira-González, A.V. Puchades, C. Carpino, A. Alfaro-Fernandez, M.I. Font-San-Ambrosio, L. Rubio, L Galipienso
2017 Journal of Virological Methods  
Queremos animaros a participar en este Congreso, con vuestras experiencias e interés por aprender lo que, sin duda, hará que el éxito esté asegurado. Bienvenidos a Cádiz.  ...  method, based on a complete genomic HDV RNA standard.  ...  The key advantage of this recombinant protein manufacturing platform is that a universal "plug and play" process is used for producing a broad range of protein-based prophylactic and therapeutic vaccines  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jviromet.2016.12.004 pmid:27965036 fatcat:5vqbhusk7vajhkvtl7wkufo2na

Abstracts from the 5th International Research Conference on Huanglongbing

Organization IOCV
2017 Journal of citrus pathology  
Lcr has never been reported in citrus before, and has only been reported in Babaco papaya during a survey for Papaya Bunchytop Disease in Puerto Rico.  ...  This genome-based antivirulence treatment will provide a new approach to mitigate disease.  ...  For example, a compound with m/z = 756.553 (determined to be a phosphatidyl choline) was highly expressed in the abdomen of infected psyllids, but was down regulated in uninfected insects.  ... 
doi:10.5070/c441034714 fatcat:ytjrcafo7zh25ap2ij2uy7zbeu


Andreas Roos, Vasilis Kostakis, Christos Giotitsas
2016 tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique  
This special issue investigates how we can begin to understand this problem, and how we can hope to balance the perils and promises of ICTs in order to make way for a just and sustainable paradigm.  ...  What are we—as scholars, activists and citizens—to make of ICTs that seem to emerge from an economic and social system based upon ecological destruction and social oppression, while at the same time engaging  ...  Acknowledgement: The authors have greatly benefited from the exchange of views held at the brainstorming workshop on "ICT in a Changing Climate: ICT for Environmental Regulation as a Global Justice Issue  ... 
doi:10.31269/triplec.v14i1.746 fatcat:mpnzo4loxbgyvdartoyglguzhm


2016 Journal of nematology  
The same results were shown for foliage weight, but for roots the strain 55 had a greater weight than the other strains and the control (p<0.05).  ...  Each experiment included five treatments, four rhizobacteria and a control with untreated soil, for a total of ten replicates per treatment. The mean number of live eggs was 180 per cyst.  ...  A first low throughput genome scan was performed using 202 microsatellite markers distributed along the genome, using three different tests of neutrality based on genetic differentiation and heterozygosity  ... 
doi:10.21307/jofnem-2017-038 fatcat:uefdcep5anenxmpagigpw6ma5e

Transformaciones en educación médica: innovaciones en la evaluación de los aprendizajes y avances tecnológicos (parte 2)

Verónica Luna de la Luz, Patricia González-Flores
2020 Investigación en Educación Médica  
Asimismo, se analiza de qué manera las herramientas tecnológicas han contribuido a innovar en los procesos de formación de los médicos.  ...  En esta segunda parte, se exponen los métodos de evaluación y los planteamientos teóricos que han dado pauta a sistematizar su instrumentación en los diferentes escenarios de educación médica y cuya implementación  ...  In its place we must engineer a future ideal: A highly interdependent health professions education macrosystem, imbedded within a highly functioning healthcare system, driving toward the goal of optimal  ... 
doi:10.22201/facmed.20075057e.2020.34.20220 fatcat:loaptgxerna45obr22i4mo77d4


Sudhagar Pitchaimuthu, Raman Vedarajan, Anitha Devadoss, V.P. Devarajan, Krishna Chandar
2018 Zenodo  
Email: Environmentally stable, highly hydrophobic surface was fabricated by spray-coating a layer of base deposition process.  ...  simple, efficient and scalable method for the synthesis of methylammonium lead halide (CH3NH3PbI3) bulk perovskite powders by two step process in which the second step involves solvent mediated/solvent  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5780095 fatcat:yhgm7rpkjfhcpkqwecdfyniity

Abstracts of Presentations Development of the Hydro-Solar Thermotherapy (HSTT) for treatment of HLB infected citrus

G Aiken, T Gottwald, J Kainz, G Poole, J Truett
In order to probe this hypothesis, we analyzed a hypervariable region of the CLas genome from infected citrus leaves and D. citri adult samples from the Yucatán peninsula, and the Southeast of Mexico,  ...  The first test bed was basic and only provided heated water at a constant temperature, for extended periods of time.  ...  Lcr has never been reported in citrus before, and has only been reported in Babaco papaya during a survey for Papaya Bunchytop Disease in Puerto Rico.  ... 

Application of Remote Sensing in the Assessment of Oil Pollution Impacts on Biodiversity in Rivers State, Nigeria

Nkeiruka N. Onyia
R2 and RMSE values for Shannon's index were 0.54 and 0.5 for NDVVI-based models a [...]  ...  Biodiversity loss remains a global challenge, and monitoring methods are often limited in their coverage.  ...  FLAASH generates other results that are not relevant in the present study such as a water vapour look-up-table (LUT), a cloud mask for identifying cloud-containing pixels in a scene and aerosol scale height  ... 
doi:10.25392/ fatcat:ya3xpne7d5fmfju4lhf3szkbru