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From Innovations to Prospects

Ang Jia, Ming Fan, Xi Xu, Di Cui, Wenying Wei, Zijiang Yang, Kai Ye, Ting Liu
2020 Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories  
The great influence of Bitcoin has promoted the rapid development of blockchain-based digital currencies, especially the altcoins, since 2013.  ...  Although we fail to predict the price of altcoins based on their code similarities, the results show that altcoins with higher innovations reflect better market prospects.  ...  In our work, we further analyze the relationship between innovation and prospects and find many significant findings that can provide suggestions for investors and developers. Code Clone Detection.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3379597.3387439 dblp:conf/msr/JiaFXCWYYL20 fatcat:uokcchmsafepfhdtzqe7lzskya

Subdivision of the Drosophila wing imaginal disc by EGFR-mediated signaling

Myriam Zecca, Gary Struhl
2002 Development  
Similarly, we demonstrate that EGFR signaling directs the expression of Iroquois Complex (Iro-C) genes in prospective notum cells, rendering them distinct from, and immiscible with, neighboring wing cells  ...  Growth and patterning of the Drosophila wing imaginal disc depends on its subdivision into dorsoventral (DV) compartments and limb (wing) and body wall (notum) primordia.  ...  These findings indicate that the DV and wing-notum segregations represent different types of developmental partitions and provide a foundation for a further analysis of the nature, source and mode of action  ... 
pmid:11880345 fatcat:v65gqp4fqnc6bikszt23zjblby

Recruitment of cells into the Drosophila wing primordium by a feed-forward circuit of vestigial autoregulation

M. Zecca, G. Struhl
2007 Development  
Following the early segregation of the disc into dorsal (D) and ventral (V) compartments, vg expression is governed by signals generated along the boundary between the two compartments.  ...  The Drosophila wing primordium is defined by expression of the selector gene vestigial (vg) in a discrete subpopulation of cells within the wing imaginal disc.  ...  Tomlinson for advice and comments on the manuscript. We also thank K. Basler for support during the initial stages of the study.  ... 
doi:10.1242/dev.006411 pmid:17634192 fatcat:igkaygyc4rfgro6ylkq3t2yi4i

A Study on the Nature of Code Clone Occurrence Predominantly in Feature Oriented Programming and the Prospects of Refactoring

U. Devi, A. Sharma, N. Kesswani
2016 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Along with that, a brief summary of the type of code clones and the use of Refactoring methodologies and tools which is effectively known to remove the problem of code clones is also discussed.  ...  In this position paper, it is tried to analyze the diverse type of code clones which is present and can easily be perpetuated in feature oriented programming.  ...  CODE CLONES: TYPES AND TOOLS This section discusses the concept of Code Clones and its various types, rather the forms, in which it shows its presence and also the tools to deal with them.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2016909724 fatcat:pdf2xyimvjgqtb646pni236qtu

Social and Moral Implications Arising from Genetic Screening and Genetic Engineering

Geoffrey Goldspink, Kay D. MacDermot, Francisco J. Novo
1998 Medical Principles and Practice  
The development of techniques for cloning mammals including man also provides a moral dilemma as to where to draw the line between cloning human cells to reconstruct diseased organs and cloning a whole  ...  The development of techniques for altering the genetic makeup of humans as well as animals has proceeded at a much faster pace than the discussion of the moral and social implications.  ...  Cloning and Manipulation of the Genome of Animals and Human Beings The prospects of cloning humans have again been highlighted by the recent reports of the successful cloning of a sheep at a Scottish Agricultural  ... 
doi:10.1159/000026037 fatcat:jyqevb3uzraf7mpcuw4qkvsctu

An Apple Gene Highly Expressed in Fruit

S. A. Lee, R. C. Gardner, M. Lay-Yee
1993 Plant Physiology  
Yang SF (1991a) Cloning of a cDNA encoding I-aminocyclopro-S.A.L. was supported by a grant from the Agricultura1 and Marketing Research Development Trust.  ...  Leve1 of mRNA varied during fruit develop- ment and was highest in later stages of fruit development and in ripe fruit.  ...  The AP1 nucleic acid and deduced polypeptide sequence are 66 and 83% identical, respectively, to those of XSAR5, a cDNA clone coding for a strawberry gene that is repressed by exogenously applied auxin  ... 
doi:10.1104/pp.103.3.1017 pmid:8022924 pmcid:PMC159078 fatcat:gvdz3hudc5h43olrpigz2aqyda

Clonal and molecular analysis of the prospective anterior neural boundary in the mouse embryo

M. Cajal, K. A. Lawson, B. Hill, A. Moreau, J. Rao, A. Ross, J. Collignon, A. Camus
2011 Development  
The prospective ANR and the forebrain neuroectoderm arise from cells scattered within the same broad area of anterior ectoderm.  ...  Lineage analysis at single-cell resolution revealed that precursors of the anterior neural ridge (ANR), a signalling centre involved in forebrain development and patterning, are clonally related to neural  ...  Clone identification and position at the time of labelling and associated colour code after 24 hours of culture are as in Fig. 6B.  ... 
doi:10.1242/dev.075499 pmid:22186731 pmcid:PMC3243100 fatcat:sfelfd5wcngylnknywd3gn6qdm


1997 The Keio Journal of Medicine  
The prospected completion date for genomic DNA sequencing is in the year 2005.  ...  Nucleotide sequence of these cDNA clones and those registered in databases allowed us to find new genes and to determine the genomic structures of the known genes.  ...  The prospected completion date for genomic DNA sequencing is in the year 2005.  ... 
doi:10.2302/kjm.46.supplement1_a54 fatcat:ulol6ush7nhzvaqdyxe3rn7ymu

Simultaneous expression of stilbene synthase genes in Japanese red pine (Pinus densiflora) seedlings

Atsushi Kodan, Hiroyuki Kuroda, Fukumi Sakai
2001 Journal of Wood Science  
They had an in-frame stop codon and a few possible polyadenylation signal (AATAAA). The homology in the coding regions of each STS eDNA clones was about 95%.  ...  Three STS cDNA clones that carry full coding sequence (ca. 1.4 kb) were isolated from the library (1.0-4.0 kb) by colony hybridization.  ...  Acknowledgment The authors thank Dr. Toshiaki Umezawa, Laboratory of Biochemical Control, Wood Research Institute, Kyoto University for his kind assistance of Mass and NMR measurements.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf00776646 fatcat:qbxalwn6zffcddl3t2a27djmom

A Topic Modeling Approach for Code Clone Detection

Sandeep Reddivari, Mohammed Salman Khan
2018 Proceedings of the 30th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering  
of codes as a form of variation, and the software development to detect these code clones.  ...  Chapter 3 presents the previous research works done in the field of Code clone detection and the tools developed to detect code clones.  ... 
doi:10.18293/seke2018-179 dblp:conf/seke/ReddivariK18 fatcat:dwqcyp4e5fdcbjmekylbl5oaky

Genetic Engineering: Issues of Criminal Law Regulation
Генная инженерия: проблемы уголовно-правового регулирования

O.A. Belov, Northwestern Institute (Branch) of Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), Yu.N. Spiridonova, A.I. Odintsov, Vologda Institute of Law and Economics of FSIN Russia, Academy of FSIN Russia
2020 Penitentiary Science  
regulation of issues related to genetic research in Russia, and, supporting the opinion of a number of scientists, we propose to introduce a number of norms in the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation  ...  We examine the differences between reproductive cloning and therapeutic cloning, emphasizing the importance of the latter for improving human life, fighting various diseases, and so on.  ...  The prospect of using existing and developing technologies for cloning organisms makes it possible to extend the ban on human cloning or cancel it as scientific knowledge in this area is accumulated, and  ... 
doi:10.46741/2686-9764-2020-14-4-479-485 fatcat:gzeyhizruzhz5lvcekauheserm

Sequences of wild Puumala virus genes show a correlation of genetic variation with geographic origin of the strains

A. Plyusnin, O. Vapalahti, K. Ulfves, H. Lehvaslaiho, N. Apekina, I. Gavrilovskaya, V. Blinov, A. Vaheri
1994 Journal of General Virology  
G2 protein and including the 3' non-coding region) of Puumala virus (from C. glareolus trapped in Udmurtia) were prepared and sequenced.  ...  The results indicate the occurrence of genetic drift and different selection pressures leading to (i) clustering of mutations, (ii) a lower frequency of nucleotide substitutions in the coding than in the  ...  This work was supported by grants from the Medical Research Council of the Academy of Finland, The Sigrid Jusdlius Foundation, Helsinki and Finnish Foundation for Virus Research.  ... 
doi:10.1099/0022-1317-75-2-405 pmid:8113763 fatcat:tq37x7aj5jhl7pmyuxldlzkmyi

Sequence and expression pattern of pax-6 are highly conserved between zebrafish and mice

A W Püschel, P Gruss, M Westerfield
1992 Development  
Despite obvious differences in the patterns of early embryonic development, vertebrates share a number of developmental mechanisms and control genes, suggesting that they use similar genetic programs at  ...  A stripe of cells in the neuroectoderm, including the prospective diencephalon and a part of the telencephalon, expresses pax-6 as well as the hindbrain and the ventral spinal cord extending from the level  ...  The 5' and 3' ends, the paired box and different regions of the coding sequence of 6 clones (n5, n9, nl5, nl6, n27, nl30) were sequenced partially. domains.  ... 
pmid:1352238 fatcat:bpgbdiuxcffoxagpgmy7cd4ysu

A Qualitative Study Of Prospective Elementary Teachers' Grasp Of Agricultural And Science Educational Benchmarks For Agricultural Technology

Cary J. Trexler, Deanna Meischen
2002 Journal of Agricultural Education  
Prospective teachers in this study did not possess requisite understandings to help elementary students gain knowledge and understandings of, or concern for the trade-offs found in the use of agricultural  ...  The purpose of this qualitative study was to determine the level of understanding that prospective elementary teachers possess about biotechnology in agriculture.  ...  In science education, researchers have taken Piaget's work further and developed the theory of conceptual change.  ... 
doi:10.5032/jae.2002.02068 fatcat:f2uaq2yjnray5n3mq6ollpfymm

Analysis and clustering of model clones: An automotive industrial experience

Manar H. Alalfi, James R. Cordy, Thomas R. Dean
2014 2014 Software Evolution Week - IEEE Conference on Software Maintenance, Reengineering, and Reverse Engineering (CSMR-WCRE)  
SIMGraph provides us and our industrial partners with new interesting and useful insights that improves our understanding of the analyzed models and suggests better ways to maintain them. 978-1-4799-3752  ...  We apply our model clone detection tool, SIMONE, to identify identical and near-miss Simulink subsystem clones and cluster them into classes based on clone size and similarity threshold.  ...  Ader and Kim [7] argue the importance of using graphs to help understand code clone results in the context of parameters and relationships, such as relation degree, size, and colour.  ... 
doi:10.1109/csmr-wcre.2014.6747198 dblp:conf/csmr/AlalfiCD14 fatcat:d2nokvjt35afvb27d5gblh4sca
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