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Transform Domain Analysis of Sequences [article]

Muhammad Asad Khan, Amir A Khan, Fauzan Mirza
2015 arXiv   pre-print
Motivated by DFT based attacks, we present a transform domain analysis of Linear Feedback Shift Register(LFSR) based sequence generators.  ...  Some features may not be so apparent in a particular domain, and their analysis in a transformed domain often reveals interesting patterns.  ...  Sequence In this section, transform domain analysis of a product sequence generated through multiplication of two LFSR sequences is presented.  ... 
arXiv:1503.00943v2 fatcat:cjrh22b6tfbdtdr5id5rmguuau

Localization and DNA sequence analysis of the transforming domain (mtrII) of human cytomegalovirus

A. Razzaque, N. Jahan, D. McWeeney, R. J. Jariwalla, C. Jones, J. Brady, L. J. Rosenthal
1988 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Si nuclease analysis of HCMV-infected cells  ...  To define the morphological transforming region II (mtrl) of human cytomegalovirus (HCMV), a series of subclones of the Xba I/BamHI fragment EM was constructed in vitro and tested for focus-forming activity  ...  Research at the Linus Pauling Institute was supported by National Institutes of Health grants (Al 15321-08 and CA  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.85.15.5709 pmid:2840673 pmcid:PMC281830 fatcat:pvxvmjwmm5dyxox7fh6c4livq4

Localization and comparative nucleotide sequence analysis of the transforming domain in herpes simplex virus DNA containing repetitive genetic elements

C. Jones, J. Ortiz, R. J. Jariwalla
1986 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
These results define a distinct transforming domain in HSV-2 DNA composed of repetitive elements implicated in gene rearrangement and activation.  ...  Specifically, transforming HSV-2 DNA contains multiple regions of alternating purines and pyrimidines, G+Crich sequences that are potential binding sites for transcription factor Spl, and insertion-like  ...  Blaisdell for help with computer analysis of DNA sequences, Dr. E. Zuckerkandl for constructive discussions, and S. Schwoebel for processing the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.83.20.7855 pmid:3020562 pmcid:PMC386821 fatcat:wuinugm6mfdnjfhhkpmsipuh2u

An Improved Wide-band Noise Signal Analysis Method

Wenyan Wang, Didi Liu, Xiaohua Wang
2010 Computer and Information Science  
A reversible transformation method based on time sequence bit is proposed from another angle, and this method can be used to analyze non-stationary wide-band noise signals according to the difference of  ...  The representation form of most signals in practice is non-stationary signal, and the main analysis methods for these signals are centralized in the field of time frequency (or time scale), and a series  ...  Being similar with the ergodicity of random signals, in the wide-band noise analysis, the new method also embodies the tendency of "ergodicity" that the transformed sequence set data increase approximately  ... 
doi:10.5539/cis.v3n1p76 fatcat:wxnar4w6zbdzbd3eph5lwyyhly

Analysis/Synthesis filter bank design based on time domain aliasing cancellation

J. Princen, A. Bradley
1986 IEEE Transactions on Acoustics Speech and Signal Processing  
A single-sideband analysis/synthesis system is proposed which provides perfect reconstruction of a signal from a set of critically sampled analysis signals.  ...  Achieving perfect reconstruction places constraints on the time domain window shape which are equivalent to those placed on the frequency domain shape of analysis/synthesis channels used in recently proposed  ...  Johnson for his helpful comments, and also the reviewers, whose suggestions contributed significantly to the quality of the final manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tassp.1986.1164954 fatcat:qw6sivs6fnbhldmgunb6lmnl2a

The Algebraical Superposition Technic for Transformation from S Domain to Time Domain

Benqing Gao
2020 American Journal of Modern Physics  
An algebraical superposition technic for transformation from frequency domain to time domain is presented.  ...  In using above algebraical superposition technic to analysis airspace dispersive propagation properties, i.e., to find out its time-domain parameters, the resultant formula contain time-domain factor and  ...  Acknowledgements This work was carried out at the EM Simulation Lab I am grateful the constant assistance and encouragement of Professer Li wen ming, Ren wu, Xun zheng hui, without whom this work could  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ajmp.20200904.11 fatcat:dsbhw5a6pjaorkpdnzoqjzwz2y

Characterization of human chromosomal DNA sequences which replicate autonomously inSaccharomyces cerevisiae

J.F. Montiel, C.J. Norbury, M.F. Tuite, M.J. Dobson, J.S. Mills, A.J. Kingsman, S.M. Kingsman
1984 Nucleic Acids Research  
The nucleotide sequence of these domains reveals several conserved sequences one of which is strikingly similar to the yeast ARS consensus sequence.  ...  Functional domains of these fragments have been defined by subcloning and exonuclease (BAL 31) deletion analysis. Both fragments contain two spatially distinct domains.  ...  Analysis of yeast transformants Transformants were tested for ploidy by measuring the frequency of mutation to canavanine resistance (9).  ... 
doi:10.1093/nar/12.2.1049 pmid:6320114 pmcid:PMC318555 fatcat:g6rqha75dzbbpk4uet3xopzs34

Characterisation of the Aspergillus niger dapB gene, which encodes a novel fungal type IV dipeptidyl aminopeptidase

Ruud Jalving, Jeroen Godefrooij, Wim J. ter Veen, Albert J. J. van Ooyen, Peter J. Schaap
2005 Molecular Genetics and Genomics  
Based upon its deduced sequence we predict the presence of a transmembrane domain in the protein. Furthermore, dapB-overexpressing transformants display an increase in intracellular DPP IV activity.  ...  Analysis of its nucleotide sequence and the corresponding protein sequence indicates that the gene encodes a type IV dipeptidyl aminopeptidase (DPP IV).  ...  A 1.2 kb EcoRI-PstI fragment of the dapB gene was used as the probe Fig. 3 a, b Analysis of the dapB transformants. a Northern analysis of dapB multicopy transformants.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00438-005-1134-9 pmid:15812650 fatcat:pc47gyxpkbbnrcwmhbdxon4wre

Experimental Analysis of Color Image Scrambling in the Spatial Domain and Transform Domain

R. Rama Kishore, Sunesh
2019 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
In furtherance, the present paper gives a comparative performance analysis between proposed image scrambling methods of spatial domain and transform domain.  ...  First color image scrambling method works in the spatial domain, and second, works in the transform domain.  ...  Performance Analysis of Proposed Method in Transform Domain After analyzing the performance of the proposed method in the spatial domain, the second proposed image-scrambling scheme in the transform domain  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2019.0100642 fatcat:rfwfegzjnvfx7jenrkvctysmk4

In vitro mutagenesis of the v-sis transforming gene defines functional domains of its growth factor-related product

C. R. King, N. A. Giese, K. C. Robbins, S. A. Aaronson
1985 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
The polypeptide sequence of the v-sis transforming gene product of simian sarcoma virus (SSV) can be divided into four regions that are likely to represent structural domains of the protein.  ...  Mutations were generated in the SSV nucleotide sequence to assay the extent or function of each of these regions.  ...  Role of the PDGF-2-Like Domain in SSV Transformation.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.82.16.5295 pmid:2991916 pmcid:PMC390554 fatcat:svxdzzb7ijbdhoia4wbzndb4wm

Regulatory sequences for the amplification and replication of the ribosomal DNA minichromosome in Tetrahymena thermophila

P Blomberg, C Randolph, C H Yao, M C Yao
1997 Molecular and Cellular Biology  
We have developed a transformation vector and carried out a deletion analysis to determine the minimal sequences required for replication, amplification, and/or stable maintenance of the rDNA molecule.  ...  Deletion of both domains abolishes replication, whereas deletion of either domain allows the molecules to replicate, indicating that only one domain is required.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We gratefully acknowledge the critical reading of this manuscript by David K. Butler and Robert S. Coyne.  ... 
doi:10.1128/mcb.17.12.7237 pmid:9372956 pmcid:PMC232581 fatcat:issbfqjcwbaxlibby4sbtk7mxe

A genetic analysis of PAX3-FKHR, the oncogene of alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma

B E Kempf, P K Vogt
1999 Cell growth & differentiation : the molecular biology journal of the American Association for Cancer Research  
The PAX3-FKHR fusion protein of human alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma consists of the DNA-binding domains of PAX3 and the transcriptional activation domain of FKHR.  ...  Deletion analysis suggests that both DNA binding and transcriptional activation are required for the induction of the PAX3-FKHR-transformed cellular phenotype.  ...  Barr for the Pax3 and PAX3-FKHR constructs and Bing-Hua Jiang for help with immunofluorescence of myotubes.  ... 
pmid:10616906 fatcat:q5rz6etp2raofcnx6kgntbdk2y

Characterization of Cercospora nicotianae Hypothetical Proteins in Cercosporin Resistance

Aydin Beseli, Roslyn Noar, Margaret E. Daub, Katherine A. Borkovich
2015 PLoS ONE  
aligning. 6 E-value indicates statistical significance for the similarity between the hypothetical protein sequence and the sequence of the characterized domain.  ...  Analysis of 71cR conserved domains and secondary and tertiary structure identify the protein as having an NTF2-like superfamily DUF1348 domain with unknown function, to be intracellular and localized in  ...  Marc Cubeta of the Department of Plant Pathology at NC State for the help with the phylogenetic analysis. Author Contributions  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0140676 pmid:26474162 pmcid:PMC4608573 fatcat:5adrnnkzkbebvdi5nt4vzz5gne

Transformed human cells produce a new fibronectin isoform by preferential alternative splicing of a previously unobserved exon

L Zardi, B Carnemolla, A Siri, T E Petersen, G Paolella, G Sebastio, F E Baralle
1987 EMBO Journal  
Purification and amino acid sequence analysis of a proteolytic fragment of fibronectin (FN) from transformed human cells demonstrated that a high percentage of these FN molecules contains an extra amino  ...  By analyzing the cellular mRNA and genomic clones, we have demonstrated that this sequence derives from a differential splicing pattern of the FN mRNA precursors, which leads in transformed cells to a  ...  G.Paolella and G.Sebastio are recipients of EMBO long-term fellowships. We thank G.Allemanni and C.Pellecchia for skilful technical assistance.  ... 
pmid:2822387 pmcid:PMC553637 fatcat:ns3whcswufbcbncypc3d5cye44

Identification of domains responsible for signal recognition and transduction within the QUTR transcription repressor protein

Lisa J. LEVETT, Shi Ming SI-HOE, Stuart LIDDLE, Kerry WHEELER, Deborah SMITH, Heather K. LAMB, Giles H. NEWTON, John R. COGGINS, Alastair R. HAWKINS
2000 Biochemical Journal  
Deletion analysis and domain-swap experiments imply that the two C-terminal domains of QUTR are mainly involved in signal recognition.  ...  Figure 5 shows Northern-blot analysis of one constitutive and one inducible pRTA3-derived transformant.  ... 
doi:10.1042/0264-6021:3500189 pmid:10926843 pmcid:PMC1221241 fatcat:ygf3esxitrdnfmqy26vqjq2zcu
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