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  • Fungal microbiota profile in newly-diagnosed treatment-naïve children with Crohn disease 

    Korolev, Kirill; El Mouzan, Mohammad; Wang, Feng; Al Mofarreh, Mohammad; Menon, Rajita; Al Barrag, Ahmad; Al Sarkhy, Ahmad; Al Asmi, Mona; Hamed, Yassin; Saeed, Anjum; Dowd, Scot; Assiri, Asaad; Winter, Harland (Oxford University Press, 2016-11-03)
    BACKGROUND & AIMS: although increasing evidence suggests a role for fungi in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), data are scarce and mostly from adults. Our aim was to define the characteristics of fungal microbiota in ...
  • Awareness, interest, and preferences of primary care providers in using point-of-care cancer screening technology 

    Vanture, Sarah; Cho, Margaret; Wang, Catharine; Klapperich, Catherine; Huang, Franklin W.; Kim, Chloe S. (2016-01-15)
    Well-developed point-of-care (POC) cancer screening tools have the potential to provide better cancer care to patients in both developed and developing countries. However, new medical technology will not be adopted by ...
  • Microfluidic chip for molecular amplification of influenza A RNA in human respiratory specimens 

    Mahalanabis, Madhumita; Chang, Jessie; Carey, Brendan; Hsieh, Christopher; Stanley, Ahjegannie; Feldman, James; Mitchell, Patricia; Klapperich, Catherine; Odell, Christine A.; Pollock, Nira R.; Qingqing, Cao (2012-03-22)
    A rapid, low cost, accurate point-of-care (POC) device to detect influenza virus is needed for effective treatment and control of both seasonal and pandemic strains. We developed a single-use microfluidic chip that integrates ...
  • Technical report on Optimization-Based Bearing-Only Visual Homing with Applications to a 2-D Unicycle Model 

    Tron, Roberto; Daniilidis, Kostas (2014)
    We consider the problem of bearing-based visual homing: Given a mobile robot which can measure bearing directions with respect to known landmarks, the goal is to guide the robot toward a desired "home" location. We propose ...
  • A factorization approach to inertial affine structure from motion 

    Tron, Roberto
    We consider the problem of reconstructing a 3-D scene from a moving camera with high frame rate using the affine projection model. This problem is traditionally known as Affine Structure from Motion (Affine SfM), and can ...
  • Reconstruction of Fine Scale Auroral Dynamics 

    Hirsch, Michael; Semeter, Joshua; Zettergren, Matthew; Dahlgren, Hanna; Goenka, Chhavi; Akbari, Hassanali (IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 2015-11-24)
    We present a feasibility study for a high frame rate, short baseline auroral tomographic imaging system useful for estimating parametric variations in the precipitating electron number flux spectrum of dynamic auroral ...
  • Generalized Method of Propeller Performance Estimation 1961-1963 

    Hamilton Standard (Hamilton Standard, 1963)
  • Culturing Aerobic and Anaerobic Bacteria and Mammalian Cells with a Microfluidic Differential Oxygenator 

    Lam, Raymond H. W.; Kim, Min-Cheol; Thorsen, Todd (American Chemical Society, 2009-06-11)
    In this manuscript, we report on the culture of anaerobic and aerobic species within a disposable multilayer polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) microfluidic device with an integrated differential oxygenator. A gas-filled microchannel ...
  • A Predictive Phosphorylation Signature of Lung Cancer 

    Wu, Chang-Jiun; Cai, Tianxi; Rikova, Klarisa; Merberg, David; Kasif, Simon; Steffen, Martin (Public Library of Science, 2009-11-25)
    BACKGROUND. Aberrant activation of signaling pathways drives many of the fundamental biological processes that accompany tumor initiation and progression. Inappropriate phosphorylation of intermediates in these signaling ...
  • Genomewide Analysis of PRC1 and PRC2 Occupancy Identifies Two Classes of Bivalent Domains 

    Ku, Manching; Koche, Richard P.; Rheinbay, Esther; Mendenhall, Eric M.; Endoh, Mitsuhiro; Mikkelsen, Tarjei S.; Presser, Aviva; Nusbaum, Chad; Xie, Xiaohui; Chi, Andrew S.; Adli, Mazhar; Kasif, Simon; Ptaszek, Leon M.; Cowan, Chad A.; Lander, Eric S.; Koseki, Haruhiko; Bernstein, Bradley E. (Public Library of Science, 2008-10-31)
    In embryonic stem (ES) cells, bivalent chromatin domains with overlapping repressive (H3 lysine 27 tri-methylation) and activating (H3 lysine 4 tri-methylation) histone modifications mark the promoters of more than 2,000 ...
  • Molecular Weight Assessment of Proteins in Total Proteome Profiles using 1D-PAGE and LC/MS/MS 

    Ahmad, Q. Rushdy; Nguyen, Dat H.; Wingerd, Mark A.; Church, George M.; Steffen, Martin A. (BioMed Central, 2005-6-8)
    BACKGROUND. The observed molecular weight of a protein on a 1D polyacrylamide gel can provide meaningful insight into its biological function. Differences between a protein's observed molecular weight and that predicted ...
  • The Insulator Binding Protein CTCF Positions 20 Nucleosomes around Its Binding Sites across the Human Genome 

    Fu, Yutao; Sinha, Manisha; Peterson, Craig L.; Weng, Zhiping (Public Library of Science, 2008-7-25)
    Chromatin structure plays an important role in modulating the accessibility of genomic DNA to regulatory proteins in eukaryotic cells. We performed an integrative analysis on dozens of recent datasets generated by ...
  • Experimental Validation of the Influence of White Matter Anisotropy on the Intracranial EEG Forward Solution 

    Bangera, Nitin B.; Schomer, Donald L.; Dehghani, Nima; Ulbert, Istvan; Cash, Sydney; Papavasiliou, Steve; Eisenberg, Solomon R.; Dale, Anders M.; Halgren, Eric (Springer US, 2010-1-9)
    Forward solutions with different levels of complexity are employed for localization of current generators, which are responsible for the electric and magnetic fields measured from the human brain. The influence of brain ...
  • Chemical Combination Effects Predict Connectivity in Biological Systems 

    Lehár, Joseph; Zimmermann, Grant R.; Krueger, Andrew S.; Molnar, Raymond A.; Ledell, Jedediah T.; Heilbut, Adrian M.; Short, Glenn F.; Giusti, Leanne C.; Nolan, Garry P.; Magid, Omar A.; Lee, Margaret S.; Borisy, Alexis A.; Stockwell, Brent R.; Keith, Curtis T. (2007-02-27)
    Efforts to construct therapeutically useful models of biological systems require large and diverse sets of data on functional connections between their components. Here we show that cellular responses to combinations of ...
  • TB Database: An Integrated Platform for Tuberculosis Research 

    Reddy, T. B. K.; Riley, Robert; Wymore, Farrell; Montgomery, Phillip; DeCaprio, Dave; Engels, Reinhard; Gellesch, Marcel; Hubble, Jeremy; Jen, Dennis; Jin, Heng; Koehrsen, Michael; Larson, Lisa; Mao, Maria; Nitzberg, Michael; Sisk, Peter; Stolte, Christian; Weiner, Brian; White, Jared; Zachariah, Zachariah K.; Sherlock, Gavin; Galagan, James E.; Ball, Catherine A.; Schoolnik, Gary K. (Nucleic Acids Research, 2009-1)
    The effective control of tuberculosis (TB) has been thwarted by the need for prolonged, complex and potentially toxic drug regimens, by reliance on an inefficient vaccine and by the absence of biomarkers of clinical status. ...
  • Small but Versatile: The Extraordinary Functional and Structural Diversity of the β-grasp Fold 

    Burroughs, A. Maxwell; Balaji, S.; Iyer, Lakshminarayan M.; Aravind, L. (BioMed Central, 2007-7-2)
    BACKGROUND. The β-grasp fold (β-GF), prototyped by ubiquitin (UB), has been recruited for a strikingly diverse range of biochemical functions. These functions include providing a scaffold for different enzymatic active ...
  • Identification and Characterization of Cell Type–Specific and Ubiquitous Chromatin Regulatory Structures in the Human Genome 

    Xi, Hualin; Shulha, Hennaed P.; Lin, Jane M.; Vales, Teresa R.; Fu, Yutao; Bodine, David M.; McKay, Ronald D. G.; Chenoweth, Josh G.; Tesar, Paul J.; Furey, Terrence S.; Ren, Bing; Weng, Zhiping; Crawford, Gregory E. (Public Library of Science, 2007-8-17)
    The identification of regulatory elements from different cell types is necessary for understanding the mechanisms controlling cell type–specific and housekeeping gene expression. Mapping DNaseI hypersensitive (HS) sites ...
  • Architecture of Y-Family DNA Polymerases Relevant to Translesion DNA Synthesis as Revealed in Structural and Molecular Modeling Studies 

    Chandani, Sushil; Jacobs, Christopher; Loechler, Edward L. (SAGE-Hindawi Access to Research, 2010-9-16)
    DNA adducts, which block replicative DNA polymerases (DNAPs), are often bypassed by lesion-bypass DNAPs, which are mostly in the Y-Family. Y-Family DNAPs can do non-mutagenic or mutagenic dNTP insertion, and understanding ...
  • Interpreting Expression Data with Metabolic Flux Models: Predicting Mycobacterium tuberculosis Mycolic Acid Production 

    Colijn, Caroline; Brandes, Aaron; Zucker, Jeremy; Lun, Desmond S.; Weiner, Brian; Farhat, Maha R.; Cheng, Tan-Yun; Moody, D. Branch; Murray, Megan; Galagan, James E. (Public Library of Science, 2009-8-28)
    Metabolism is central to cell physiology, and metabolic disturbances play a role in numerous disease states. Despite its importance, the ability to study metabolism at a global scale using genomic technologies is limited. ...
  • Integrated Assessment of Genomic Correlates of Protein Evolutionary Rate 

    Xia, Yu; Franzosa, Eric A.; Gerstein, Mark B. (Public Library of Science, 2009-6-12)
    Rates of evolution differ widely among proteins, but the causes and consequences of such differences remain under debate. With the advent of high-throughput functional genomics, it is now possible to rigorously assess the ...

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