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Protein names precisely peeled off free text

S. Mika, B. Rost
2004 Bioinformatics  
We challenge that our system may constitute the most general and precise method for tagging protein names.  ...  Results: Our new tagging-system NLProt is capable of extracting protein names with a precision (accuracy) of 75% at a recall (coverage) of 76% after training on a corpus, which was used before by other  ...  INTRODUCTION Problems in extracting protein names The automatic recognition of named entities is a key element for mining free text.  ... 
doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/bth904 pmid:15262805 fatcat:dg4pre2wyzesncnvu7c2zgqhia

Spider's super-glue: thread anchors are composite adhesives with synergistic hierarchical organization

Jonas O. Wolff, Ingo Grawe, Marina Wirth, André Karstedt, Stanislav N. Gorb
2015 Soft Matter  
For further explanation, see text.  ...  It can produce strong adhesion, even on surfaces with a low free surface energy, such as Teon. 11 The pyriform glands are comparably small with a pear-shaped (name) lumen and a short duct opening into  ... 
doi:10.1039/c4sm02130d pmid:25672841 fatcat:xcdqlymaurfkbl236s5tlclhne

A Theory of DNA Dissociation from the Nucleosome

Nancy L. Marky, Gerald S. Manning
1995 Journal of Molecular Biology  
Figure 11 . 11 (a) The energy profile of a peeling mechanism, as described in the text. (b) The trajectories corresponding to the energy profile in (a).  ...  Thus, we interpret the complete unwinding of a 70 or 80 bp segment as implying the dissociation of the nucleosome into free DNA and protein. Figure 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1006/jmbi.1995.0598 pmid:7473758 fatcat:6jp42g77pralbomdlw4y26gjzy

Widespread Genetic Incompatibility in C. Elegans Maintained by Balancing Selection

H. S. Seidel, M. V. Rockman, L. Kruglyak
2008 Science  
Zygotically expressed ZEEL-1 may be a molecular antidote to a spermcarried PEEL-1 protein that is otherwise toxic during development.  ...  the protein at 25% of its length.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.1151107 pmid:18187622 pmcid:PMC2421010 fatcat:fiqwjokzhzfqxcsm3eqsnoo3ny

Tether Extrusion from Red Blood Cells: Integral Proteins Unbinding from Cytoskeleton

N. Borghi, F. Brochard-Wyart
2007 Biophysical Journal  
In a distal permeation regime, the flow passes through the integral proteins bound to the cytoskeleton without affecting their binding dynamics.  ...  In a proximal sliding regime, where membrane radial velocity is higher, integral proteins can be torn out, leading to the sliding of the membrane over the cytoskeleton.  ...  Because k on ) k off , the integral proteins are seen to be bound to the cytoskeletal nodes.  ... 
doi:10.1529/biophysj.106.087908 pmid:17526591 pmcid:PMC1929048 fatcat:xi3b6bgpoze7pf6xhdi3jfpbte

Recent advances in understanding vertebrate segmentation

Tomás Pais-de-Azevedo, Ramiro Magno, Isabel Duarte, Isabel Palmeirim
2018 F1000Research  
PubMed Abstract | Publisher Full Text | Free Full Text PubMed Abstract | Publisher Full Text | Free Full Text 43.  ...  PubMed Abstract | Publisher Full Text | Free Full Text 31.  ...  Somites form sequentially from rostral to caudal along the anterior-posterior (A-P) axis of the embryo, budding off in bilateral pairs from the unsegmented paraxial mesoderm on either side of the neural  ... 
doi:10.12688/f1000research.12369.1 pmid:29416855 pmcid:PMC5782405 fatcat:5juj3fbk3fav3lfgjnc3yi3xsm

Crop Quality Improvement Through Genome Editing Strategy

Yihao Yang, Chenda Xu, Ziyan Shen, Changjie Yan
2022 Frontiers in Genome Editing  
Differential Feedback Regulation of Ethylene Biosynthesis in Pulp and Peel Tissues of Banana Fruit. J. Exp.  ...  If these similar fragments are recognized, they will cause an off-target effect.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fgeed.2021.819687 pmid:35174353 pmcid:PMC8841430 fatcat:qpwhgmllkbcwxcivhoojqeirqe

Patterning, Prestress, and Peeling Dynamics of Myocytes

Maureen A. Griffin, Adam J. Engler, Thomas A. Barber, Kevin E. Healy, H. Lee Sweeney, Dennis E. Discher
2004 Biophysical Journal  
The velocity at which cells peeled from the surface, V peel , was measured as a continuously increasing function of the imposed tension, T peel , which ranges from ;0 to 50 nN/mm.  ...  For each cell, peeling proved highly heterogeneous, with V peel fluctuating between 0 mm/s (;80% of time) and ;10 mm/s.  ...  This end effect on focal adhesions was further examined below but in a different myocyte system; namely, smooth muscle cells expressing a fluorescent chimera of another focal adhesion protein paxillin.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0006-3495(04)74195-8 pmid:14747355 pmcid:PMC1303913 fatcat:w355mqgfhza55gyy7l3lxx644a

Mycelium vs. Fruiting Bodies of Edible Fungi—A Comparison of Metabolites

Ralf G. Berger, Sven Bordewick, Nina-Katharina Krahe, Franziska Ersoy
2022 Microorganisms  
Their long history of safe use together with the looming worldwide food crisis have revived the idea of generating meat analogues and protein isolates by the controlled fermentation of mycelia of these  ...  The occurrence of proteins, polysaccharides, smaller metabolites, metal ions and toxins in mycelia and fruiting bodies is compared among the three most popular species, Agaricus bisporus (button mushroom  ...  The development of chicken and bovine protein production using heterologous hosts ("precision fermentation") and the 3D-printing of meat substitutes from differentiated animal stem cells ("cultured meat  ... 
doi:10.3390/microorganisms10071379 pmid:35889098 pmcid:PMC9315710 fatcat:raxjygcyyngjfdkx5zsf2xh43u

A Method for Gas Chromatographic Determination of 11 Amino Acids in Protein Hydrolysate

Gunnar Carlström
1968 Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica  
. • •) Stein & Moore (recalculated, see text).  ...  Analysis of " non-hydrolysed" and "hydrolysed" amino acid mixture (see text).  ...  SUMMARY A gas chromatographic method is described by which 11 amino acids in protein hydrolysate can be determined.  ... 
doi:10.1186/bf03547891 fatcat:xuzsgmhoynbg5hdsdbujsnmbc4

Hair-bundle proteomes of avian and mammalian inner-ear utricles

Phillip A. Wilmarth, Jocelyn F. Krey, Jung-Bum Shin, Dongseok Choi, Larry L. David, Peter G. Barr-Gillespie
2015 Scientific Data  
Examination of multiple proteomics datasets within or between species increases the reliability of protein identification.  ...  using MS2 intensities, which are the summed intensities of all peptide fragmentation spectra matched to a protein.  ...  As in previous analyses of chick, we peeled the sensory epithelium of chick utricles off of the basement membrane and connective tissue 2, 17 .  ... 
doi:10.1038/sdata.2015.74 pmid:26645194 pmcid:PMC4672683 fatcat:x6yiu5ymazf6rdn65ik34g7pse

Network architecture of the long-distance pathways in the macaque brain

D. S. Modha, R. Singh
2010 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Our network opens the door to the application of large-scale network-theoretical analysis that has been so successful in understanding the Internet (15), metabolic networks, protein interaction networks  ...  The algorithm continues in like manner until all vertices are peeled off. Each peeling step defines a core.  ...  In the first step, the algorithm recursively peels off all vertices with only one edge until only vertices with at least two edges remain.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.1008054107 pmid:20628011 pmcid:PMC2922151 fatcat:b5sg2aatzrhrtnimm7oi64jxoq

Random Hydrolysis Controls the Dynamic Instability of Microtubules

Ranjith Padinhateeri, Anatoly B. Kolomeisky, David Lacoste
2012 Biophysical Journal  
We emphasize that this means that transitions to a shrinking configuration (i.e., catastrophes) occur without the filament having been necessarily peeled off to its end.  ...  In vivo, the dynamics of microtubules is controlled by a variety of binding proteins, which typically modify the polymerization process.  ...  This dilution time is shown in Fig. 7 of the main text.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bpj.2011.12.059 pmid:22455910 pmcid:PMC3309290 fatcat:rv7kxx22onf4jmak7xvblxlmkq

Conference Abstracts Nutrition Society of Australia and Nutrition Society of New Zealand 2009: V

LG Wood, PG Gibson
2008 Australasian Medical Journal  
It was suggested that free radicals produced during lipid oxidation, in addition to transition metals, promote the accumulation of oxidized proteins in muscle due to the strong interactions between proteins  ...  Namely, peel or BHT maintained the pleasant odour of both pork sausages and patties up to day 4 and kernel up to day 6.  ...  Water loss (%) and weight (g) of mango fractions flesh, peel and kernel before and after drying  ... 
doi:10.4066/amj.2010.209 fatcat:x6anp47dbnhcbhp4s2jhtnwwrm

Spatial-CITE-seq: spatially resolved high-plex protein and whole transcriptome co-mapping [article]

Yang Liu, Marcello Distasio, Graham Su, Hiromitsu Asashima, Archibald Enninful, Xiaoyu Qin, Yanxiang Deng, Pino Bordignon, Marco Cassano, Mary Tomayko, Mina L Xu, Stephanie Halene (+3 others)
2022 bioRxiv   pre-print
We present spatial-CITE-seq for high-plex protein and whole transcriptome co-mapping, which was firstly demonstrated for profiling 189 proteins and transcriptome in multiple mouse tissue types.  ...  It was then applied to human tissues to measure 273 proteins and transcriptome that revealed spatially distinct germinal center reaction in tonsil and early immune activation in skin at the COVID-19 mRNA  ...  After peeling off the 1 st PDMS, a 2 nd PDMS was attached.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2022.04.01.486788 fatcat:cj2jfyjhpvcqfctjffxmd7yxxa
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