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homology

 [ho-mol´ŏ-je]
the state of being homologous.

ho·mol·o·gy

(hō-mol'ō-jē),
The state of being homologous.

homology

the condition of being HOMOLOGOUS.

homology

the state of being homologous. Refers also to homology of base sequences in different DNA molecules and the similarity between antigen and specific antibody.

serial homology
craniocaudal succession of similar or homologous segments. See also metamere.
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In this paper, we propose a new remote homology detection method called remote-3DD, which uses physicochemical properties of the amino acids and predicted contact maps.
Partial sequence and homology search of Tremella fuciformis ITS region (479bp)
S,[phi])] is an integral homology sphere), then for any fixed constant C > 0, the probability that g([[?
The present study focused to describe homology modeling, functional annotation and comparative genomic analysis of waxy gene in two cereal genomes using different bioinformatics approaches.
Results depicted that Pakistani isolate shared maximum homology of 100% with an American isolate i.
Karaca and Ege [14] study some results related to the simplicial homology groups of 2D digital images.
For a siRNA of length m, an off-target homology is defined as a sequence that has less than x mismatches (i.
Homology modeling approaches were used to study the conformational changes between the holo and apo physiological states of the ATP-binding cassette (ABC) superfamily of proteins [6,7] and for characterizing the water and glicerol permeability and response to drug inhibitors of aquaporins [8,9], an argument clearly related to drug design.
We say that a homology d-manifold [DELTA] with boundary is r-stacked if it has no interior faces (namely, faces which are not in [partial derivative][DELTA]) of dimension [less than or equal to] d - r - 1.
Among the presentations at Jacofest were discussions of ideal triangulations on pseudo-Anosov mapping tori, introduction to the theory of Haken n-manifolds, gradings in Khovanov homology and sutured Floery homology, hyperbolic knots in irreducible Heegaard surfaces, and turn graphs and extremal surfaces in free groups.
It is known from [4] and [7] that in this case the homology group [H.
They provide homological proofs for a number of them, modifying the original proofs that involve simplicial methods, so they use only lower dimensional homology modules that they can introduce in an ad hoc manner, thus avoiding simplicial theory altogether.