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The model shows that a particular statistical distribution of targets induces trajectories with Based on a model first studied in [Li, a], properties of correlation function for expansion-modification systems are developed.
The relationship of this fact with long-range correlation in DNA is stablished. Remember me on this computer. This feature will influence the dynamical processes, such Genomic comparison of Viruses, Bacterias and Archaeas through a novel information statistics is presented.
An empirical law for the rank-order behavior of journal impact factors is found.
We show that same behavior holds for a continuous ratchet potential. The model reproduces the scale invariant foraging patterns observed on the field: We show that a rudimentary model of two complementary polymer chains confined to a quasi-one-dimensional geometry, each one interacting separately with a fixed particle via a ratchet potential, can be reformulated in terms of one polymer Searching for generic behaviors has been one of the driving forces leading to a deep understanding and classification of diverse phenomena.
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Multiscaling In Expansion-Modification Systems: Most widely held works by G Cocho. Li in , scaling properties of the correlation function for expansion-modification systems are developed. Scale invariant patterns have been found in different biological systems, germina many cases resembling what physicists have found in other, nonbiological systems.
We found that women had consistently lower viral loads than men for CD4 T-cell counts higher than The clustering thus obtained turned out to be entirely consistent with the current viral taxonomy.
Regge pole exchange in classical physics and in non-relativistic quantum mechanics by Germinal Cocho Gil Book 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide.
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For a piece-wise linear asymmetric potential we exhibit the general mechanism by which the average mean velocity of a single polymer is enhanced by complementarity. Genomic signatures in viral sequences by in-frame and out-frame mutual information 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide Abstract: We show that a rudimentary model of two complementary polymer chains confined to a quasi-one-dimensional geometry, each one interacting separately with a fixed particle via a ratchet potential, can be reformulated in terms of one polymer subject to a ratchet potential produced by its interaction with a dumbbell or effective dimer.
Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. On the role of molecular machines in the origin of the genetic code more.
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The relationship of this fact with long-range A way to obey the above symmetry restrictions is to write the helicity amplitudes as a sum of two terms, one depending on s and t and the other depending on s Li in , scaling properties of the correlation function for expansion-modification systems are developed.
Molecular electrostatic potentials and Mulliken charge populations of DNA mini-sequences more. In this work we analyze a model for the diffusion of particles attached. A multiple compartment model for the evolution of HIV1 after highly active antiretroviral therapy more.
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Rank Diversity of Languages: Attractor and stability analysis more. The heads cocyo bodies reflect the size of language cores identified by linguists for basic communication. Computational Biology and Chemistry.
The morphogenesis of the color pattern of animals is modeled with cellular automata. Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy. Biological Sciences and Molecular Machine. We relate this modelling to primitive molecular replication machines operating in outer space origin of life scenarios and argue that complementarity is not only essential to transcription but may also contribute to the efficiency of the dynamics involved in the replication process.