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Thought this was a new perspective on the biomedical literature and a way of turning some light research and text searching into something interesting.
Another aCGH approach.
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Probability and Statistics for Scientists (STAT 238a/STAT 538a)
Thought this was a very neat way of inter-relating genex data and context.
Might be useful for laying out cross-hyb. experiments.
Perhaps this might be more appropriate for New Haven than Weka.
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May function as a transcription factor involved in light regulation. Binds and affects blue light regulation of the AL-3 gene. WC1 and WC2 proteins interact via homologous PAS domains, bind to promoters of light regulated genes such as FRQ, and activate transcription.
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Here, we review the properties of the light, oxygen, or voltage (LOV) family of blue-light photoreceptor domains, a subset of the Per-ARNT-Sim (PAS) superfamily. These flavin-binding domains, first identified in the higher-plant phototropins, are now shown to be present in plants, fungi, and bacteria. Notably, LOV domains are coupled to a wide array of other domains, including kinases, phosphodiesterases, F-box domains, STAS domains, and zinc fingers, which suggests that the absorption of blue light by LOV domains regulates the activity of these structurally and functionally diverse domains.
The LOV Domain Family: Photoresponsive Signaling Modules Coupled to Diverse Output Domains
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Traffic Cams of New Haven Area
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Might be useful for dealing with feature subset statistics. (Suggested by Hongyu.)
Ipod on the head
Nat Biotechnol. 2005 Oct;23(10):1243-7.
Emergent behavior of growing knowledge about molecular interactions.
Cokol M, Iossifov I, Weinreb C, Rzhetsky A.
A billion nonredundant molecular interactions lie buried in the biomedical literature. A text-mining approach could help scientists better exploit this knowledge.
Thought this was a very neat way of showing web relationships.
Have you ever heard of iSoldIt and assisted eBay selling. This might be a good way to capitalize on my cleanup.
Rather bizarre conclusion about Men and Women
Interesting article about distance learning.
Thought this was an interesting article on the enthusiasm for semantic web. Liked the comparison to the subway map.
Just read this year-old article. Thought the NAS colloquium was played up quite a bit!
Just read this year-old article. Thought it was interesting in relation to bioinformatics business being driven by large hardware manufacturers.
Thought this was interesting in relation moving to DUMBO!
What's your number? These numbers seem so high!
Contrast between textbook and frontier science is why I disfavor "traditional" Journal Clubs.
Interesting to think about this in relation to data-sharing, interoperability and a bio. information architecture.
Comparisons of planes and people in relation to robustness.
Contains a family tree that includes me!
Check out picture! There is such a contrast between North and South Korea. It's also interesting how quickly the lights go off after you cross the border.
What do you think of this? Appears that endowment monies are very well invested. I'd rather put my savings into this than into a bank!
The Next Big One: "The Next Big One
Where America is most vulnerable and how the nation can better manage the risks ahead.
Dr. Irwin E. Redlener is in Baton Rouge, La., setting up mobile medical units. He has been in Louisiana and Mississippi for many long days helping people deal with the horror of Hurricane Katrina, and his voice is full of anger and despair. 'The country is really just not prepared for a major catastrophic event,' says the director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. 'Whatever it is -- the Big One in San Francisco, a terrorist attack -- it doesn't matter. The unfortunate truth is our ability to imagine and plan for catastrophic disasters is woefully inadequate.....
Appears that this is famous (!) college classmate of mine from college who's writing about scientists.
I think she's married to another classmate, David Karger.
Just finished reading this book. It mentions that Galileo's famous and heretical dialogue was published by Elsevier! Perhaps Elsevier is not such an evil empire.
Might be useful to investigate. Perhaps integration with FoldIndex?
A catchy name for a lab.
Thought this was an interesting comparison of stock prices, illustrating Google's popularity and how's it's still a little less than Yahoo's was.
A bit extreme...
Great way of saving running routes around the City!
Might be useful in relation to proteomics project.
Might be useful in relation to realestate!
* Some Yale reviews on data integration and molecular networks
* Reviews by Kitano on systems biology
Computational systems biology
Nature 420, 206-210 (14 November 2002)
Systems biology: a brief overview.
Science. 2002 Mar 1;295(5560):1662-4.
* Reviews by Vidal on systems biology and data integration
Ge H, Walhout AJ, Vidal M.
Integrating 'omic' information: a bridge between genomics and systems biology.
Trends Genet. 2003 Oct;19(10):551-60. Review.
A Biological Atlas of Functional Maps
Cell. 2001 Feb 9;104(3):333-9.
The lunar module -- the single most innovative aspect of Apollo -- was built on Long Island.
Here's an article about prodigies in the Times. Might be interesting. Thought the discussion of the "Termites" was good.
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A useful article... I have Citibank Dividend Mastercard. Looks like one can get a better deal.
If it seems like you are getting a lot of credit card solicitations, you are. Credit card companies sent out about six billion letters in the last year. But if you opened any, you may have noticed a dwindling number of zero-percent balance-transfer offers and more pitches for cash-back reward cards. Half of them are for reward cards....TAG[General]ooo TAG[clip]ooo
Goes a long way to explaining why we had such a hard time with Dell vs. Apple. If you went to work this morning and sat down at your desk in front of a personal computer, your experience probably took one of two routes.
December 29, 2005
Computer Makers Cater to Big Business, Slight the Rest of Us
By WALTER S. MOSSBERG
Lots of you found yourself logging in, probably multiple times, using passwords you could barely remember because you are forced to change them so often. Then, you entered a world of computing where much of the power and variety of the technology was closed off to you in the name of security or conformity by an information-technology department in your large corporation or organization. Various Web sites were off-limits, as were tools like instant messaging, even though they might have legitimate business purposes.....
If you went to work this morning and sat down at your desk in front of a personal computer, your experience probably took one of two routes.
Thought this was interesting in relation to soc. sci. vs. genome and network organization.
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