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Using protein clusters from whole proteomes to construct and augment a dendrogram
(Advances in Bioinformatics, 2013-01)
In this paper we present a new ab initio approach for constructing an unrooted dendrogram using protein clusters, an approach that has the potential for estimating relationships among several thousands of species based on ...
Optical reflectance assay for the detection of biofilm formation
(Journal of Biomedical Optics, 2005-08)
We describe the protocol for an inexpensive and nondestructive optical reflectance assay for the measurement of biofilm formation. Reflectance data are obtained using an Ocean Optics !Dunedin, Florida" USB 2000 spectrometer ...
Whole-proteome analysis of twelve species of Alphaproteobacteria links four pathogens
Thousands of whole-genome and whole-proteome sequences have been made available through advances in sequencing technology, and sequences of millions more organisms will become available in the coming years. This wealth of ...
Comparison of the reflectance and Crystal Violet assays for measurement of biofilm formation by Enterococcus
In previous work, we described a protocol for measuring biofilm formation on opaque and non-opaque surfaces using reflected light. In the present work, we used the reflectance assay to assess biofilm formation for 14 strains ...
Streaming audio with synchronized transcripts utilizing SMIL
The purpose of this paper is to describe developmental work with SMIL (Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language) to synchronize transcript captions with streaming audio. Design/methodology/approach: This paper provides ...
Esquila en la Casa de los Gansos
This video illustrates the practice of gathering downy feathers from geese that have become accustomed to being held by humans. The video was created in Puerto Varas and was originally made accessible on YouTube at ...
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