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Novel Quantum Random Number Generator with the Improved Certification Method

Maksim Iavich, Caucasus University/CST/Tbilisi, Georgia, 0102, Tamari Kuchukhidze, Giorgi Iashvili, Sergiy Gnatyuk, Razvan Bocu
2021 International Journal of Mathematical Sciences and Computing  
The novel QRNG produces more than one random bit per each photon detection. It is rather efficient and has a high level of randomness.  ...  This method combines different types of certification approaches and is rather secure and efficient.  ...  In [13] [14] , the authors present a study of high-speed and secure pseudo random number (PRN) generation techniques.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijmsc.2021.03.05 fatcat:iq2o5cl2ojgflcrlfanm7guati

Unlocking the biological potential of Euglena gracilis: evolution, cell biology and significance to parasitism [article]

Mark Field
2017 bioRxiv   pre-print
We address this by genome, RNA and protein sequencing: the E. gracilis genome is >2Gb, with 36,526 predicted proteins.  ...  Large lineage-specific paralog families are present, with evidence for flexibility in environmental monitoring, divergent mechanisms for metabolic control, and novel solutions for adaptation to extreme  ...  To compare with E. gracilis, we predicted membrane proteins using the signal peptide together with orthogroup clustering.  ... 
doi:10.1101/228015 fatcat:kuns5ynaoncvlc2y2mlxxm3gp4

Slavery in Scotland

R. S. F.
1852 Notes and Queries  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The results presented here were produced as part of a join project between Scottish Natural Heritage and the Rivers and Fisheries Trusts of Scotland.  ...  The two most successful combinations of techniques were kick sampling together with two runs of electrofishing (96% detection rate) and kick sampling together with three runs of electrofishing (100% detection  ...  Flint and Goldman (1977) found signal crayfish density to be correlated with the amount of stone cover and stone size.  ... 
doi:10.1093/nq/s1-v.120.161c fatcat:gsi6k4ksdrh67bwqyk3n52xjle

Genetically Engineered Frameshifted YopN-TyeA Chimeras Influence Type III Secretion System Function in Yersinia pseudotuberculosis

Ayad A. A. Amer, Tiago R. D. Costa, Salah I. Farag, Ummehan Avican, Åke Forsberg, Matthew S. Francis, Mikael Skurnik
2013 PLoS ONE  
Based on these studies with engineered polypeptides, most likely a naturally occurring YopN-TyeA hybrid protein has the potential to influence T3S control and activity when produced during Yersinia-host  ...  Several of the Ysc-Yop components are known for their roles in controlling substrate secretion and translocation. Particularly important in this role is the YopN and TyeA heterodimer.  ...  We express gratitude to Hans Wolf-Watz (Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden) for the gifts of antiserum specific to DnaK and various Ysc/Yop antigens and Gregory Plano (University of Miami, FL, USA) for the  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0077767 pmid:24098594 pmcid:PMC3789692 fatcat:xukb3sgvargathuo765xab6ey4

ASPA 23rd Congress Book of Abstracts

Fulvia Bovera
2019 Italian Journal of Animal Science  
The research was funded by the Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Food Sciences, University of Molise, Campobasso.  ...  Acknowledgement The research was funded by the Department of AgroFood, Environmental and Animal Science. Grant PRID 2017.  ...  The traits vary significantly with both genetics and environmental factors, and these variations can be predicted using learning algorithms that can learn from the current data to predict the animal's  ... 
doi:10.1080/1828051x.2019.1622269 fatcat:7qufgthjzbggtcsbbxhge7ajgu

Brucellosis in Sheep and Goats and its Serodiagnosis and Epidemiology

Neharika Saxena, Balbir Bagicha Singh, Hari Mohan Saxena
2018 International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences  
Its positive predictive value is low and a positive test result requires confirmation by a more specific test.  ...  Sheep and goats usually abort only once, but reinvasion of the uterus and shedding of organisms can occur during subsequent pregnancies.  ...  with the tests used in diagnosis of Brucellosis causing faults or error in the interpretation of the results.  ... 
doi:10.20546/ijcmas.2018.701.225 fatcat:6ij2uddto5d2dk4j6mdmqhjoje

RE(ACT) Congress 9-12 March 2016, Barcelona. 3rd International Congress on Research of Rare and Orphan Diseases. 9th to 12th March 2016. Crowne Plaza Barcelona - Fira Center, Barcelona, Spain: Abstracts

2015 Molecular Syndromology  
with residual enzymatic activity, of genes that are sequentially similar to, and that functionally recapitulate, mutated recessive disease genes or of genes that cause disease when haploinsufficient)  ...  We have screened ∼ 80 rare conditions, (haploinsufficient, rescuing paralogous genes and hypomorphic mutation with residual function) using this approach.  ...  Some cases of DC remain uncharacterised.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000444288 fatcat:d6yb7w5fbzadxnfxz5gex7kiyy

Marine biodiversity and ecosystem function: empirical approaches and future research needs

M Solan, DG Raffaeli, DM Paterson, PCL White, GJ Pierce
2006 Marine Ecology Progress Series  
Why biodiversity is important to oceanography: potential roles of genetic, species, and trophic diversity in pelagic ecosystem processes ............... 179-189 R. M. Forster, V. Créach, K. Sabbe, W.  ...  Stal Biodiversity-ecosystem function relationship in microphytobenthic diatoms of the Westerschelde estuary ............................................................ 191-201  ...  Maintenance of long-term data collection has been funded by the National Science Foundation (grants from Biological Oceanography and Long-Term Research in Environmental Biology) and the Jessie B.  ... 
doi:10.3354/meps311175 fatcat:xlpemue72nfrzg3rsialjbzmru

History of modern genetics in Germany

Friederike Hammar
2002 Advances in Biochemical Engineering/Biotechnology  
Meanwhile Germany stood aside, combating with political and social restrictions.  ...  Since then Germany's biotechnology industry has grown constantly and rapidly due to the foundation of a number of small biotech companies; big companies have returned their interests and their investments  ...  The Sainsbury Laboratory is supported by the Gatbsy Charitable Foundation, and the support of Dupont is also gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
pmid:11783839 fatcat:64owqyhfs5eyln2wrccahbbdmu

Proceedings of the British Thoracic Society

1991 Thorax  
Simple regression analyses were performed between SGRQ (dependent variable) and the remaining variables together with FEV, as % predicted (FEV%) and age.  ...  , Medical School, London Fifty adult asthmatic patients (29 female) with a mean age of 43 years (range 20-80 years) and a mean FEV, (as % predicted) of 80% (range 26-128%) were recruited from an outpatient  ...  Results demonstrated that the collagen type III gene was maximally activated at 21 days, with fewer signals at the other time points. No signals were detected in controls.  ... 
doi:10.1136/thx.46.4.277p fatcat:tvqkf7ndkzemfnxqcuib2j4q6a

Identification of novel, non-invasive, early markers of Oxyrrhis marina-mediated Dunaliella tertiolecta grazing

Pranali Sharad Deore
2020
The thesis demonstrates effectiveness of levels of non-photochemical quenching, total-ammonia nitrogen and FTIR-based (1363 cm-1) features as markers of grazing by a dinoflagellate predator on a green  ...  An early predator detection tool is thus required for effective pond culture management.  ...  fault detection.  ... 
doi:10.26180/5f20e11739dd4 fatcat:p3xzc5mwivdd3fvrw5nx3omame

Architectural elements of buried volcanic systems and their impact on geoenergy resources [article]

Alan Patrick Bischoff, University Of Canterbury
2019
The interaction between magmatism and sedimentation creates a range of geological conditions that can favour the occurrence of geoenergy resources, such as hydrocarbons and geothermal energy.  ...  In both cases, each one of the magmatic sequences and stages are characterised by a network of genetically related archi [...]  ...  association with rift faults and collapse of the slope-front.  ... 
doi:10.26021/9110 fatcat:rhadrpekvngr3aqxz7dssekl64

Novel molecular markers of disease-association among strains of Streptococcus suis: a genomic approach

Thomas Mathew Wileman, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository, Alexander William Tucker, Duncan John Maskell
2018
As a result, the detection of S. suis in asymptomatic swine herds is of little practical value in predicting the likelihood of future clinical relevance.  ...  The value of future surveillance and preventative health management lies in the detection of strains that genetically have increased potential to cause disease in presently healthy animals.  ...  In chapter 4, evaluation of the newly defined pathotyping tool on a collection of 138 previously uncharacterised S. suis isolates performed with a sensitivity of 0.80, specificity of 1.0, positive predictive  ... 
doi:10.17863/cam.33289 fatcat:kzvfm3mgg5gqfh6zmcdfn7hkru

Identification of viable liver fluke metacercarial challenge to livestock [article]

Grace Victoria Cuthill, University Of Edinburgh, University Of Edinburgh, Neil Sargison, Ruth Zadoks, Philip Skuce
2020
Furthermore, there is investigation and discussion of the risk of fasciolosis to livestock grazing on wetland areas as part of agri-environmental schemes, and to housed livestock consuming grass silage  ...  The work in this thesis focuses on the development of assays to evaluate the viability of metacercariae, methods to recover metacercariae from herbage, and DNA detection techniques to identify and quantify  ...  I am extremely thankful for the support and advice I received from my supervisors, Dr Philip Skuce and Professor Neil Sargison throughout this project. With a special acknowledgement  ... 
doi:10.7488/era/454 fatcat:6n7bysrmynhwpmwwwvmhogne7e

Post-survey report: Interactions of the Totten Glacier with the Southern Ocean through multiple glacial cycles (IN2017-V01) [article]

Leanne Armand, Philip O'Brien, Linda Armbrecht, Hugh R Barker, Andrea Caburlotto, Thomas Connell, Diego Cotterle, Meghan Duffy, Stuart Edwards, Dimitrios Evangelinos, Jason Fazey, Aaron Flint (+23 others)
2018
It is intended as an aid to future research and use of results and has not been rigorously edited and peer-reviewed.  ...  This document describes survey activities, data collected on the ship and important metadata. Some preliminary results are included and the location of samples and data sets reported for future use.  ...  Acknowledgments Thank you to the following who assisted with seismic operations: The bridge crew -Master Mike, Rod, Adrian and Andrew. The seismic team -Roberto, Andrea and Diego.  ... 
doi:10.4225/13/5acea64c48693 fatcat:pxswjilsm5gdhpdsdimjesfb4i
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