TY - JOUR. T1 - High efficiency, restriction-deficient in vitro packaging extracts for bacteriophage lambda DNA using a new E.coli lysogen. AU - Gunther, Edward. AU - Murray, Noreen E.. AU - Glazer, Peter M.. PY - 1993/8/11. Y1 - 1993/8/11. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=0027236017&partnerID=8YFLogxK. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/citedby.url?scp=0027236017&partnerID=8YFLogxK. U2 - 10.1093/nar/21.16.3903. DO - 10.1093/nar/21.16.3903. M3 - Article. C2 - 8396240. AN - SCOPUS:0027236017. VL - 21. SP - 3903. EP - 3904. JO - Nucleic Acids Research. JF - Nucleic Acids Research. SN - 0305-1048. IS - 16. ER - ...
We have examined the impact of DNA heterologies on the packaging of lambda DNA in vitro. Heterology-containing DNA molecules were constructed by denaturing and reannealing a mixture of DNA from cI+ phage and DNA front phage carrying small insertion or deletion mutations in the cI gene. We found that molecules with heterologies of up to 19 base pairs (bp) can be packaged as viable heterozygous phage with approximately the same efficiency as molecules with a base pair mismatch. In contrast, with a heterology of 26-bp heterozygous plaque formers are rare. In principle, the absence of cI heterozygotes among packaged phage may be due either to a failure to encapsulate the DNA or a failure to inject the packaged DNA on infection. Southern blot analysis of DNA isolated from packaged phage indicates that DNA harboring a 26-bp heterology is almost completely absent in packaged phage. Thus, an upper limit has been established for the size of heterology that can be accommodated by the packaging apparatus ...
Figure 8. Electrophoresis of Cytomedins in 1 % agarose gel after phenol-detergent extraction. Track 1 - molecular weight marker - bacteriophage lambda DNA treated with restriction endonuclease Hind III;. Track 2 - native DNA isolated from human blood lymphocytes (positive control);. Track 3 - Cortexin;. Track 4 - Retinalamin. The absence of luminescent material during ethidium bromide staining evidenced the lack of nucleic acids in bioregulators Cortexin and Retinalamin.. Cytamins were examined by the same method. The obtained results are exhibited in Figures 9 and 10. In Figure 9, the last tracks on the right and on the left display bacteriophage lambda DNA (molecular weight marker) treated with endonuclease Hind III. The second track on the left contains native DNA isolated by phenol-detergent method from human stomach mucous membrane (surgical material). Electrophoregram shows native human DNA as a discrete stripe above the bacteriophage lambda DNA fragment with the molecular weight of 23,000 ...
The DNA in its circular form contains 48,502 base-pairs...Bacteriophage lambda DNA in its circular form contains 48,502 base-pairs and codes for about 60 proteins. According to abstract phage Lambda has 46 clearly defined ORFs and another ~20 putative ORFs, totaling ~66ORFs (~60 proteins according to p.730 2nd paragraph). The number of bases is for the double stranded circular chromosome. 48,514 bp according to Lewin, Genes VIII, 2004, p.335 fig.12.11 ...
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Experiments using phage lambda provided early insights into important molecular mechanisms, including genetic recombination and the control of gene expression. Before recombinant DNA technology, the use of lambda, most particularly lambda transducing phages, illustrated the importance of cloning bacterial genes, already providing some insight into how to use cloned genes to advantage. Subsequently, lambda made significant contributions to recombinant DNA technology, including the early generation of genomic and cDNA libraries. More recently, lambda genes associated with recombination have enabled techniques referred to as recombineering to be developed. These techniques permit the refined manipulation, including mutation, of foreign genes in Escherichia coli and their subsequent return to the donor organism. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Bacteriophage lambda-based expression vectors. AU - Christensen, A. C.. PY - 2001/6/28. Y1 - 2001/6/28. N2 - Bacteriophage lambda has been in use as a cloning vector for over 25 years, and has been used extensively as an expression vector. The efficiency of packaging and infection, and the simplicity of plaque screening are advantages of lambda as a cloning vector. A number of ingenious modifications help overcome the disadvantages associated with its mode of growth and its size. Some lambda vectors have been designed to be readily converted into plasmids or phagemids, and there are a variety of promoters and fusions that can be used to drive expression of foreign genes. Screening lambda libraries with antibodies or ligands is a powerful way of identifying novel genes.. AB - Bacteriophage lambda has been in use as a cloning vector for over 25 years, and has been used extensively as an expression vector. The efficiency of packaging and infection, and the simplicity of plaque ...
Until recently, a relatively simple model was proposed for the biological function of the amino-terminal domain of the lambda Int. The high-affinity amino-terminal domain binds to the arm-type sequence to deliver the low-affinity core-binding domain of Int to the core-type site, where actual cleavage and rejoining occur (9, 12, 13). Simultaneous binding to the two different DNA sites by a single Int molecule is further facilitated by accessory proteins that bind and bend the sites between the arm-type and the core-type sequences (9, 13).. Several recent studies, however, revealed more elaborate roles of the amino-terminal domain of the Int protein in addition to the architectural role. The amino-terminal domain is implicated as a region involved in protein-protein interactions between Int molecules during intasome formation (8). Some amino acid substitutions in one domain may alter the structure of the other domain through domain-domain communication. A few amino acid substitutions in the HK022 ...
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Rx Biosciences prepares genomic libraries in the lambda phage vector such as lambda Dash II, EMBL3, and others. We specialize in the construction of libraries from micro- quantities of the specimen such as trace amount of genomic DNA, chromosomes, uncultured environmental microbes, or base-modified phages. Highly methylated DNA, contamination with polysaccharides or phenolic compounds or restriction enzyme resistant DNA samples are successfully used to generate high quality libraries. The libraries are provided to the customer after rigorous Q.C. testing.. ...
Lambda phage --, lambda bacteriophage (Science: virology) bacterial dna virus, first isolated from E. Coli. Its structure is similar to that of the t even phages. lambda genetic material consists of a double-stranded dna molecule with 5 twelve-base-pair sticky ends, known as cos sites, which permit circularisation of the dna molecule. It shows a lytic cycle and a lysogenic cycle and studies on the control of these alternative cycles have been very important for our understanding of the regulation of gene transcription. It is used as a cloning vector, accommodating fragments of dna up to 15 kilobase pairs long. For larger pieces, the cosmid vector was constructed from its ends. ...
Date: Sat, 1 Oct 2016 16:10:40 -0400 Reply-To: Susan Gottesman [[email protected]] From: Susan Gottesman [[email protected]] Subject: Lambda lunch update To: [[email protected]] List-Help: [http://list.nih.gov/cgi-bin/wa.exe?LIST=LAMBDA_LUNCH-L], [mailto:[email protected]?body=INFO%20LAMBDA_LUNCH-L] List-Unsubscribe: [mailto:[email protected]] List-Subscribe: [mailto:[email protected]] List-Owner: [mailto:[email protected]] List-Archive: [http://list.nih.gov/cgi-bin/wa.exe?LIST=LAMBDA_LUNCH-L] 10/6/16*: Martin Schmeing (McGill) Structural and functional studies of nonribosomal peptide synthetase megaenzymes (G. Storz) 10/7/16: Noon, Bldg. 6A/Rm. 4A05: Paul Schimmel (Scripps)New Deep Biology of Human tRNA Synthetases and Connection to Disease (DDB Postdoctoral Fellows Speaker Series; S. Mattijssen) 10/11/16: 1-2 PM, Bldg. 40, Rm. 1201/1203, Bryan Krantz (U. MD, Baltimore) Peptide- and ...
Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2016 09:25:03 -0400 Reply-To: Susan Gottesman [[email protected]] From: Susan Gottesman [[email protected]] Subject: Lambda lunch update, Oct. 26 To: [[email protected]] List-Help: [http://list.nih.gov/cgi-bin/wa.exe?LIST=LAMBDA_LUNCH-L], [mailto:[email protected]?body=INFO%20LAMBDA_LUNCH-L] List-Unsubscribe: [mailto:[email protected]] List-Subscribe: [mailto:[email protected]] List-Owner: [mailto:[email protected]] List-Archive: [http://list.nih.gov/cgi-bin/wa.exe?LIST=LAMBDA_LUNCH-L] 10/27/16*: Robert Trachman (A. Ferre-DAmare lab) Structural Basis for fluorescence enhancement by an RNA aptamer 11/3/16*: Anca Segall (San Diego State; on sabbatical at NCBI) (Note: Arkady Mustaev moved to 12/8/16) 11/10/16*: Jeremy Bird (Ebright/Nickels labs, Rutgers University)The mechanism of RNA 5 capping with NAD+, NADH and desphospo-Coenzyme A (S. Gottesman, S. Wickner) 11/17/16*: ...
Developmental systems are controlled by modulating gene expression in response to internally programmed signals as well as to external signals. Our laboratory is interested in studying the molecular interactions and the signaling that occur to regulate gene expression. We exploit the genetic systems available in Escherichia coli, its plasmids, and its viruses (e.g., bacteriophage lambda) to help us understand (1) gene regulation at the levels of transcription initiation and elongation, and translation initiation, and (2) cell growth and cell cycle control signals.. RECOMBINEERING: Recently, we have developed an in vivo cloning and gene modification system using lambda Red-mediated homologous recombination with short (,50 bp) homologies. This new technology called recombineering is being used. It is a great tool in E. coli for genetic modification. We have provided recombineering strains to more than 3000 labs. Well over half of these labs work on eukaryotic model systems like mouse and ...
Let $T_1, T_2$ be exponentials with rate $\lambda_1, lambda_2$. We want to find $P\left(T_{1},T_{2}+T\right)$. I did:. $P\left(T_{1},T_{2}+T\right) = \int_0^\infty P(T_1 , t + T) f_{T_2}(t) dt = \int_0^{\infty} (1-e^{-\lambda_1 (T+t)})(\lambda_2 e^{- \lambda_2 t}) dt = 1 - e^{-\lambda_1 T}/(\lambda_1 + \lambda_2)$. which is apparently wrong as the correct answer should be:. $\begin{aligned} P\left(T_{1},T_{2}+T\right) &=P\left(T_{1},T\right)+P\left(T_{1} \geq T, T_{1},T_{2}+T\right) \\ &=P\left(T_{1},T\right)+P\left(T_{1},T_{2}+T \mid T_{1} \geq T\right) P\left(T_{1} \geq T\right) \\ &=1-e^{-\lambda_{1} T}+P\left(T_{1}-T,T_{2} \mid T_{1} \geq T\right) e^{-\lambda_{1} T} \\ &=1-e^{-\lambda_{1} T}+P\left(T_{1},T_{2}\right) e^{-\lambda_{1} T} \\ &=1-e^{-\lambda_{1} T}+\frac{\lambda_{1}}{\lambda_{1}+\lambda_{2}} e^{-\lambda_{1} T} \end{aligned}$. I gather Im somehow not accounting for $T_1 , T$, but Im not sure how.. ...
Misc.Comments : Deposited by: Ichiro N. Maruyama Restriction digests of the clone give the following sizes (kb): HindIII--24.1, 17.6; EcoRI--22.0, 20.0; BamHI--24.8, 16.9; XbaI--32.7,9.0; NotI--41.7. (ATCC staff) Vector useful for constructing cDNA libraries. Permits positive selection for inserts using the Spi- phenotype, and excision of phagemid by lox/cre site-specific recombination. [1] To prepare phagemid from lambdaMGU2, grow recombinants on a RecA- host expressing the Cre protein (E. coli 1046[pCRE1], ATCC 77368) and select for ampicillin resistance. The pMGU product is 4.185 kb. [1] The order of the major features in the cloning region of the lambda vector is: lambda J - SmaI - SalI - loxP - EcoRI - M13 ori - ampR - pMB1 ori - HindIII - 3gam/BamHI/5gam - XhoI - loxP - SalI - lambda N. [1] Inserts can be amplified using the following primers flanking the BamHI cloning site: upstream 5-AAGAGGCAGAACTGGCAG-3 and downstream 5-ATCGATGCATAGCGATTC-3. [1] Efficiency of phagemid recovery is ...
An entire gene containing its coding region with its intron as well as its regulatory region such as a promoter or terminator can be cloned from a chromosome by screening of genomic library which is constructed in phage vector or plasmid vector in an appropriate host, by using a partial DNA fragment obtained by degenerate PCR as described above as a probe after it was labeled. Generally, E. coli as a host strain and E. colt vector, a phage vector such as lambda phage vector, or a plasmid vector such as pUC vector is often used in the construction of library and a following genetic manipulation such as a sequencing, a restriction digestion, a ligation and the like. In this invention, an EcoRl genomic library of P. rhodozyma was constructed in the derivatives of lambda vector, lambda gtll. An insert size, what length of insert must be cloned, was determined by the Southern blot hybridization before a construction of a library. In this invention, a DNA which was used for a probe was labeled with ...
Common plasmids are simple DNA molecules which contain a few genes and regulatory elements. Most viral genomes are more complex. For example, the genome of phage lambda contains approximately 50 genes. About 4,000 genes are present in the E. coli genome while there is approximately 1,000 times more DNA in the genome of a mammal. This progression in genome complexity is the topic of this exercise. Here, students compare the electrophoretic patterns of restriction digests of a plasmid, phage lambda DNA, and cow DNA from thymus and kidney as shown in the figure below. The exercise serves as a good introduction for determining the size of DNA molecules and provides an appreciation for the complexity of genomes from different organisms.. ...
First I would recommend you to move the indicator function into the integral by splitting the integral into seperate cases: $$\int_0^\infty \lambda e^{-\lambda y} \cdot \underbrace{\mathbf{1}_{[0,1]} (z-y)}_{= \mathbf{1}_{[z, z-1]}(y)} \, dy = \mathbf{1}_{[0, 1]}(z) \cdot \int_0^z \lambda e^{-\lambda y} \, dy \; + \mathbf{1}_{(1, \infty)}(z) \int_{z-1}^z \lambda e^{-\lambda y} \, dy$$ Now continue by integrating the terms.. Edit (Explanation). Basically we are splitting up the integral in three different cases as our indicatorfunction $\mathbf{1}_{[z-1, z]}(y)$ behaves different for different $z$. So technically $$\int_0^\infty \lambda e^{-\lambda y} \cdot \mathbf{1}_{[z, z-1]}(y) \, dy = \underbrace{\mathbf{1}_{(-\infty, 0]}(z) \cdot \int_0^\infty \lambda e^{-\lambda y} \cdot \mathbf{1}_{[z, z-1]}(y) \, dy}_{= 0} \\ + \mathbf{1}_{(0, 1)}(z) \cdot \int_0^\infty \lambda e^{-\lambda y} \cdot \mathbf{1}_{[z, z-1]}(y) \, dy +\mathbf{1}_{[1, \infty)}(z) \int_0^\infty \lambda e^{-\lambda y} \cdot ...
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begin{aligned}& \bigl\vert T_{1}(u_{2},v_{2}) (t)-T_{1}(u_{1},v_{1}) (t)\bigr\vert \\& \quad \leq \biggl\vert A_{1}(t) \biggl\{ a\bigl(\lambda_{2} \xi-1+e^{-\lambda_{2}\xi}\bigr) \biggl[ \int_{0}^{1}e^{-\lambda _{2}(1-s)}\bigl[Q(u_{2},v_{2}) (s)-Q(u_{1},v_{1}) (s)\bigr]\,ds \\& \qquad {}-b \int_{0}^{\eta}e^{-\lambda_{1}(\eta -s)}\bigl[P(u_{2},v_{2}) (s)-P(u_{1},v_{1}) (s)\bigr]\,ds \biggr] \\& \qquad {}-\bigl(\lambda_{2}-1+e^{-\lambda_{2}}\bigr) \biggl[a \int_{0}^{\xi}e^{-\lambda_{2}(\xi -s)}\bigl[Q(u_{2},v_{2}) (s)-Q(u_{1},v_{1}) (s)\bigr]\,ds \\& \qquad {}- \int_{0}^{1}e^{-\lambda_{1}(1-s)}\bigl[P(u_{2},v_{2}) (s)-P(u_{1},v_{1}) (s)\bigr]\,ds \biggr]\biggr\} \\& \qquad {}+ \int_{0}^{t}e^{-\lambda_{1}(t-s)}\bigl[P(u_{2},v_{2}) (s)-P(u_{1},v_{1}) (s)\bigr]\,ds\biggr\vert \\& \quad \leq A_{1} \biggl\{ ,a,\bigl(\lambda_{2} \xi-1+e^{-\lambda_{2}\xi}\bigr) \biggl[\bigl(m_{2}\Vert u_{2}-u_{1}\Vert +n_{2}\Vert v_{2}-v_{1}\Vert \bigr) \int_{0}^{1}e^{-\lambda_{2}(1-s)}(Q{\mathbf{1}}) (s)\,ds \\& \qquad ...
Sets up a moment matrix of the current plasma distribution function and computes orthonormal polynomial basis for scaling of the plasma distribution function Polynomials: lambda_i = sum_[j=1]^4 c_[i,j] gamma_j where gamma_1 = 1, gamma_2 = v_,,, gamma_3 = v_pe, gamma_4 = v_,,^2, gamma_5 = v_pe^2 Inner product ,lambda_i,lambda_j, = int[lambda_i lambda_j f d^3 v] Moment matrix defined by inner products ,gamma_i,gamma_j, Gamma = , ,1,1, ,1 ,v_,,, ,1 ,v_pe, ,1 ,v_,,^2, ,1 ,v_pe^2, , , ,v_,,,v_,,, ,v_,,,v_pe, ,v_,, ,v_,,^2, ,v_,, ,v_pe^2, , , ,v_pe,v_pe, ,v_pe ,v_,,^2, ,v_pe ,v_pe^2, , , ,v_,,^2,v_,,^2, ,v_,,^2,v_pe^2, , , ,v_pe^2,v_pe^2, , or Gamma = , ,1,1, ,1 ,v_,,, ,1 ,v_,,^2, ,1 ,v_pe^2, , , ,v_,,,v_,,, ,v_,, ,v_,,^2, ,v_,, ,v_pe^2, , , ,v_,,^2,v_,,^2, ,v_,,^2,v_pe^2, , , ,v_pe^2,v_pe^2, ,. ===, ,lambda_i,lambda_j, = sum_[k,l=1]^5 c_[i,k] Gamma_[k,l] c_[j,l] ==, lambda_i^T.A.lambda_k The coefficients c_[i,l] are calculated with Gram-Schmidt process lambda_i = gamma_i - sum_[j=1]^[i-1] ...
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This is actually a more elaborated version of a previous question of mine, which is now deleted. First, some quick notations:. (1) $\Omega_{0} := \{-1,1\}$ and $\mathcal{F}_{0} := 2^{\Omega_{0}}$ are, respectivelly, the single particle configuration space and its associated $\sigma$-algebra.. (2) If $\Lambda \subset \mathbb{Z}^{d}$ is finite, $\Omega_{\Lambda} := \{-1,1\}^{\Lambda}$ and $\mathcal{F}_{\Lambda} := \bigotimes_{x\in \Lambda}\mathcal{F}_{0}$ is its associated product $\sigma$-algebra.. (3) $\Omega := \{-1,1\}^{\mathbb{Z}^{d}}$, $\mathcal{F} := \bigotimes_{x\in \mathbb{Z}^{d}}\mathcal{F}_{0}$.. In what follows, Im following Friedli and Veleniks book, chapter 3. For finite-volume systems, we can define Gibbs distributions with free boundary conditions (according to Definition 3.1 of the mentioned reference) by: \begin{eqnarray} \mu_{\Lambda,\beta,h}^{\emptyset}(\{\omega\}):= \frac{1}{Z_{\Lambda,\beta, h}^{\emptyset}}e^{-\beta H_{\Lambda,\beta,h}^{\emptyset}(\omega)} \tag{1}\label{1} ...
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Abstract: The top-Higgs system, consisting of top quark (LH doublet, RH singlet) and Higgs boson kinetic terms, with gauge fields set to zero, has an exact (modulo total divergences) symmetry where both fermion and Higgs fields are shifted and mixed in a supersymmetric fashion. The full Higgs-Yukawa interaction and Higgs-potential, including additional \sim 1/\Lambda^2 NJL-like interactions, also has this symmetry to O(1/\Lambda^4), up to null-operators. Thus the interaction lagrangian can be viewed as a power series in 1/\Lambda^2. The symmetry involves interplay of the Higgs quartic interaction with the Higgs-Yukawa interaction and implies the relationship, \lambda = \half g^2 between the top--Yukawa coupling, g, and Higgs quartic coupling, \lambda, at a high energy scale \Lambda ,= few TeV. We interpret this to be a new physics scale. The top quark is massless in the symmetric phase, satisfying the Nambu-Goldstone theorem. The fermionic shift part of the current is \propto (1-H^\dagger ...
Abstract: The top-Higgs system, consisting of top quark LH doublet, RH singlet) and Higgs boson kinetic terms, with gauge fields set to zero, has an exact (modulo total divergences) symmetry where both fermion and Higgs fields are shifted and mixed in a supersymmetric fashion. The full Higgs-Yukawa interaction and Higgs-potential, including additional \sim 1/\Lambda^2 NJL-like interactions, also has this symmetry to {O}1/\Lambda^4), up to null-operators. Thus the interaction lagrangian can be viewed as a power series in 1/\Lambda^2. The symmetry involves interplay of the Higgs quartic interaction with the Higgs-Yukawa interaction and implies the relationship, \lambda = \half g^2 between the top--Yukawa coupling, g, and Higgs quartic coupling, \lambda, at a high energy scale \Lambda \gta few TeV. We interpret this to be a new physics scale. The top quark is massless in the symmetric phase, satisfying the Nambu-Goldstone theorem. The fermionic shift part of the current is \propto (1-H^\dagger ...
Consider an ellipsoid of revolution with equatorial radius \(a\), polar semi-axis \(b\), and flattening \(f=(a-b)/a\). Points on the surface of the ellipsoid are characterized by their latitude \(\phi\) and longitude \(\lambda\). (Note that latitude here means the geographical latitude, the angle between the normal to the ellipsoid and the equatorial plane).. The shortest path between two points on the ellipsoid at \((\phi_1,\lambda_1)\) and \((\phi_2,\lambda_2)\) is called the geodesic. Its length is \(s_{12}\) and the geodesic from point 1 to point 2 has forward azimuths \(\alpha_1\) and \(\alpha_2\) at the two end points. In this figure, we have \(\lambda_{12}=\lambda_2-\lambda_1\).. ...
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polysyms mu0 lambda; % Use mu0 because mu is a Matlab toolbox command v = polysym(v,[1 2]); fname = polysym(f,[1 2]); A = [1 2; 2 4]; B = [4 -2; -2 1]; fval = mu0*A*v. - lambda*B*v.; poly_system = BertiniLab(function_def,fname(:),function_def,fval(:), ... hom_variable_group,{[mu0 lambda],v}); poly_system = solve(poly_system); sols = poly_system.match_solutions(raw_solutions,mu0,lambda,v ...
Random matrices, random groups, singular values, and symmetric functions Since the 1989 work of Friedman-Washington, the cokernels of random p-adic matrices drawn from various distributions have provided models for random finite abelian p-groups arising in number theory and combinatorics, the most famous being the class groups of quadratic imaginary number fields. Since any finite abelian p-group is isomorphic to a direct sum of cyclic groups $\bigoplus_i \mathbb{Z}/p^{\lambda_i}\mathbb{Z}$, it is equivalent to study the random integer partition $\lambda = (\lambda_1, \lambda_2,\ldots)$, which is analogous to the singular values of a complex random matrix. We show that the behavior of such partitions under taking products and corners of random p-adic matrices is governed by the Hall-Littlewood polynomials, recovering and explaining some previous results relating p-adic matrix cokernels to these polynomials. We use these exact results to study the joint asymptotic behavior of the cokernels of ...
Random matrices, random groups, singular values, and symmetric functions Since the 1989 work of Friedman-Washington, the cokernels of random p-adic matrices drawn from various distributions have provided models for random finite abelian p-groups arising in number theory and combinatorics, the most famous being the class groups of quadratic imaginary number fields. Since any finite abelian p-group is isomorphic to a direct sum of cyclic groups $\bigoplus_i \mathbb{Z}/p^{\lambda_i}\mathbb{Z}$, it is equivalent to study the random integer partition $\lambda = (\lambda_1, \lambda_2,\ldots)$, which is analogous to the singular values of a complex random matrix. We show that the behavior of such partitions under taking products and corners of random p-adic matrices is governed by the Hall-Littlewood polynomials, recovering and explaining some previous results relating p-adic matrix cokernels to these polynomials. We use these exact results to study the joint asymptotic behavior of the cokernels of ...
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Sets the lambda scaling factor. When an improved solution is found, lambda is multiplied by this factor. When a poorer solution is found, lambda is divided by this factor. The smaller the factor, the more rapidly the Levenberg-Marquardt algorithm shifts to the standard Hessian method. The factor must satisfy 0 < _factor < 1.0. Default is 0.1 ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Replication of bacteriophage lambda DNA. AU - Enquist, L. W.. AU - Skalka, A. M.. N1 - Copyright: Copyright 2014 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.. PY - 1978/10. Y1 - 1978/10. N2 - When coliphage Lambda replicates its DNA, it commandeers portions of the host replication system for its own use. How phage and host functions interact and are regulated present interesting problems in the DNA replication program of phage Lambda.. AB - When coliphage Lambda replicates its DNA, it commandeers portions of the host replication system for its own use. How phage and host functions interact and are regulated present interesting problems in the DNA replication program of phage Lambda.. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=0018071515&partnerID=8YFLogxK. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/citedby.url?scp=0018071515&partnerID=8YFLogxK. U2 - 10.1016/S0968-0004(78)96033-4. DO - 10.1016/S0968-0004(78)96033-4. M3 - Review article. AN - SCOPUS:0018071515. VL - 3. SP - 279. EP - ...
A novel bacteriophage lambda vector system was used to express in Escherichia coli a combinatorial library of Fab fragments of the mouse antibody repertoire. The system allows rapid and easy identification of monoclonal Fab fragments in a form suitable for genetic manipulation. It was possible to generate, in 2 weeks, large numbers of monoclonal Fab fragments against a transition state analog hapten. The methods described may supersede present-day hybridoma technology and facilitate the production of catalytic and other antibodies.. ...
Excellgen Lambda Phage Integrase, Int [EG-40] - Description E coli lambda phage integrase Int is a site-specific tyrosine recombinase which mediates inserts and excises the phage genome into and out of the Escherichia coli chromosome. Lambda phage integrase has been used for LR and BP reactions in Gateway Cloning. Applications in vitro recombination assay Size 100 µg Source E coli overexpressing lambda phage Int
Noreen Murray was one of the architects of the recombinant DNA revolution that transformed the study of biology from the early 1970s. Her particular prowess for genetic manipulation of bacteria and their phage was critical in developing the bacteriophage lambda vectors that were a vital part of the early genetic engineering toolbox. Her skill as a microbial geneticist had earlier become apparent through her work on genetic recombination and complementation in the fungus Neurospora, especially as a postdoctoral researcher at Stanford where her work brought her to the attention of some of the giants of early molecular biology. Back in the UK, first at Cambridge and then, for the bulk of her career, at Edinburgh, she produced a remarkable body of work focused on uncovering the mechanisms and biology of restriction enzymes, and their adaptation as tools underpinning modern biological research and the rise of the biotechnology industry. Much of this work was done in collaboration with her husband Ken ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - In vitro packaging of a λ Dam vector containing EcoRI DNA fragments of Escherichia coli and phage P1. AU - Sternberg, Nat. AU - Tiemeier, David. AU - Enquist, Lynn. PY - 1977/5. Y1 - 1977/5. N2 - In this report we describe a coliphage λ vector system for cloning endo R. EcoRI DNA fragments. This system differs significantly from those previously described in two ways. First, restricted and ligated DNA is encapsidated in vitro. Second, with increasing λ DNA size in the range 78 to 100% that of wild-type, the efficiency of DNA encapsidation into infectious phage particles markedly increases. For λ wild-type DNA the efficiency of in vitro packaging (106 to 107 plaques produced per μg of added DNA) is equal to, or better than, the standard CaCl2 transfection method. The use of a Dam mutation to facilitate recognition of size classes of inserted fragments is described. Using this vector and in vitro packaging, several E. coli and phage P1 endo R.EcoRI fragments were ...
ID PHA10 preliminary; circular DNA; SYN; 11309 BP. XX AC ATCC37065; XX DT 01-JUL-1993 (Rel. 7, Created) DT 01-JUL-1995 (Rel. 12, Last updated, Version 1) XX DE E. coli plasmid vector pHA10 - complete. XX KW cloning vector. XX OS Cloning vector OC Artificial sequences; Cloning vehicles. XX RN [1] RC pJS1, pJS17 from pOP203-3 & lambda, kil gene RC pTR12, pTR20 from pJS1 RC pJS3, pJS10, pJS13, pHA1, pHI74, pHN1 from pBR322 & lambda, kil gene RC pHA10 from pHA1 & lambda RC p2824 from Charon 3 & pBR322 RC pKL1 from p2824 & lambda RA Honigman A., Oppenheim A.B., Hohn B., Hohn T.; RT Plasmid vectors for positive selection of DNA inserts controlled RT by the lambda pL promoter, repressor and antitermination RT function; RL Gene 13:289-298(1981). XX RN [2] RC pKB155 from pCR11 & lambda, cI gene RC pKB158 from pKB155 & pMB9 RC pKB252 from pKB158 & lac promoter RC [pKB255 from pKB158 & lac promoter] RA Backman K., Ptashne M., Gilbert W.; RT Construction of plasmids carrying the cI gene of bacteriophage ...
define (ask object message . args) (apply (get-method object message) object args)) (define (get-method object message) (object message)) (define make-object (lambda (name) (lambda (message) (case message ((class) (lambda (self) object)) ((object?) (lambda (self) #t)) ((name) (lambda (self) name)) (else (error No method)))))) (define make-boat (lambda (name) (let ((super (make-object name)) (floating #t)) (lambda (message) (case message ((class) (lambda (self) boat)) ((boat?) (lambda (self) #t)) ((is-floating?) (lambda (self) floating)) ((sink) (lambda (self) (set! floating #f))) (else (get-method super message))))))) (define make-sail-boat (lambda (name) (let ((super (make-boat name)) (sailing #f)) (lambda (message) (case message ((class) (lambda (self) sail-boat)) ((raise-sail) (lambda (self) (set! sailing #t))) ((lower-sail) (lambda (self) (set! sailing #f))) (else (get-method super message ...
2M7B: The Solution Structures of Two Prophage Homologues of the Bacteriophage lambda Ea8.5 Protein Reveal a Newly Discovered Hybrid Homeodomain/Zinc-Finger Fold.
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Hello, I am interested in a cloning vector which allows direct selection for ,DNA inserts as pCS19 developed from Christian Sengstag (Gene 124,p141-2). ,However, in pCS19 a BamHI site is used for subcloning. Because we want to ,insert Klenow treated PCR fragments we are interested in a corresponding ,vector but containing a blunt cut restriction site for subcloning (has not to ,be a yeast shuttle vector for our purpose). Is such a vector available and ,who may provide us with this. Could you send your answer also directly to my ,e-mail box (hilt at po.uni-stuttgart.de) Thank you. wohi There is a yeast shuttle vector (pWH5) that may cater for your needs that was published by Wright APH, Maundrell K, Heyer W-D, Beach D, Nurse P (1986) Vectors for the construction of gene banks and the integration of cloned genes in S.pombe and S.cerevisiae. Plasmid, 15:156-158. pWH5 contains a tet resistence gene driven by the lambda Pr promoter and it also contains a version of the cI repressor gene containing ...
Genomes of living organisms are comprised of very long DNA molecules. A fundamental question is by what mechanisms are specific loci along these genomes found, with high efficiency and at relevant physiological times. We address this question in the case of horizontal gene transfer processes such as viral transduction and conjugation, which result in the rapid acquisition of new traits in bacteria. We use the infection of E. coli cells by bacteriophage lambda, whose DNA integrates at a unique site into the bacterial genome, when following the lysogenic pathway. To shed light on the mechanisms by which lambda DNA finds its unique integration site, we follow in real time individual lambda DNAs and their integration site within live cells using fluorescent markers, until lysogeny is established, revealing the dynamics of the search process.. ...
In article ,396aas$ki1 at news.service.uci.edu,, rmauk at crick.bio.uci.edu (Rob Mauk) wrote: , , I have isolated lambda gt10 DNA by PEG precipitation followed by organic , extraction and ethanol precipitation, and find that it is almost , completely resistant to digestion by EcoRI and all other enzymes that I , have tested. Proteinase K treatment did not help, nor did additional , extractions and precipitations. Plasmid DNA digests normally with these , enzymes, but if the plasmid is mixed with the lambda DNA, it is rendered , undigestable. Any comments or suggestions regarding the nature of this , contaminant, or solutions to the problem would be greatly appreciated. , Thank you. I have found in many cases that the addition of spermidine to a final concentration of 4 mM in the restriction buffer will allow the enzymes to work. It is an easy test!! Tom Newman Assistant Prof. MSU-DOE Plant Research Laboratory ...
Finck A. (1968) Grenzwerte der Nährelementgehalte in Pflanzen und ihre Auswertung zur Ermittlung des Düngerbedarfs. J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 119: 197-208.. Günther J & Schroeder D (1968) Über den Einfluß von Bodeneigenschaften auf die Aufnahme von radioaktivem Stontium durch Pflanzen. II.: Untersuchungen an Modellböden mit systematisch variierten Merkmalen. J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 120: 78-89.. Günther J & Schroeder D (1968) I.: Über den Einfluß von Bodeneigenschaften auf die Aufnahme von radioaktivem Stontium durch Pflanzen. I.:Untersuchungen an Böden Schleswig-Holsteins mit Weibklee und Weidelgras. J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 119: 216-226.. Hoffmann WE (1966) Über die Regelung der Aufnahme einzelner Mineralstoffe bei der höheren Pflanze. J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 113: 106-112.. Hoffmann WE (1966) Veränderungen der Wurzelaktivität der Pflanze bei der Mineralstoffabgabe an den Sproß durch unterschiedliche Kaliumernährung. J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 113: 120-130.. Schlichting E (1965) ...
Im about to commit my Summer of Code project, which drastically reduces the time RAIDframe spends rewriting parity after an unclean shutdown by keeping better track of outstanding writes (thus, parity map). The tech-kern archives have more details, including reports of people testing the changes; the relevant thread starts on 2009-10-20. This feature is enabled by default on all sets (other than RAID 0). It can be administratively disabled with the new raidctl -M flag, which is described in the changes to the raidctl(8) man page; however, the I/O overhead for updating the parity map is expected to be unnoticeable in practice. As discussed in the tech-kern thread, the extensions to the RAID metadata are backward and forward compatible, so mixing and matching kernels from before and after this change should Do The Right Thing. -- (let ((C call-with-current-continuation)) (apply (lambda (x y) (x y)) (map ((lambda (r) ((C C) (lambda (s) (r (lambda l (apply (s s) l)))))) (lambda (f) (lambda (l) ...
On Thu, 9 Mar 2006, Wayne Kelly wrote: , Im having trouble understanding the logic behind the semantics of the , break construct, specifically when used in lamdbas and methods. Im also having that trouble. Its something that is much easier to understand in Perl5, as there is no Proc/Block/Method difference and lambdas always work the same and so do breaks. sub myiterator { my($list,$proc)[email protected]_; for my $i (@$list) { $proc-,($i) } } sub func { my($x)[email protected]_; print $x\n; last; print after\n } my $lambda = sub { my($x)[email protected]_; print $x\n; last; print after\n }; myiterator([1..10],sub {my($x)[email protected]_; print $x\n; last; print after\n}); myiterator([1..10],$lambda); myiterator([1..10],\&func); ------------------8,--------cut-here--------8,------------------ prints this: 1 1 1 perl is so easy. sometimes. _ _ __ ___ _____ ________ _____________ _____________________ ... , Mathieu Bouchard - t :+1.514.383.3801 - http://artengine.ca/matju , Freelance Digital Arts Engineer, Montr l QC Canada ...
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Provides MATLAB scripts for simulating competitive inhibition of the ISC and TUS pathways, and the effect of this competition on lambda phage infection.
In a standard Cox model you assume that all subjects share the same hazard (which can vary as a function of time) except for a (multiplicative) effect of their covariates. This is the proportional hazard assumption,. $\lambda(t\mid X) = \lambda_0(t)\exp(X^T\beta),$. where $\lambda(t\mid X)$ is the hazard function for a subject with covariates $X$.. In a stratified model, you allow the baseline hazard to vary between strata, just like it would if you fitted separate models, but you restrict the effect of the covariates to be the same for each strata. For each subject in strata $i$, you have. $\lambda_i(t\mid X) = \lambda_{0i}(t)\exp(X^T\beta).$. Note that there is no $i$ on the $\beta$ vector. If you fit separate models for each straum, you would have. $\lambda_i(t\mid X) = \lambda_{0i}(t)\exp(X^T\beta_i),$. which is the most general model (of these three models).. ...
Maximize robustness with fast startup and graceful shutdown. Shutdown doesnt apply to Lambda because Lambda is intrinsically event-driven. Invocations are tied directly to incoming events or triggers.. However, speed at startup does matter. Initial function execution latency, or what is called cold starts, can occur when there isnt a warmed compute resource ready to execute against your application invocations. In the AWS Lambda Execution Model topic, it explains that:. It takes time to set up an execution context and do the necessary bootstrapping, which adds some latency each time the Lambda function is invoked. You typically see this latency when a Lambda function is invoked for the first time or after it has been updated because AWS Lambda tries to reuse the execution context for subsequent invocations of the Lambda function.. The Best Practices topic covers a number of issues around how to think about performance of your functions. This includes where to place certain logic, how ...
Tang Y, Xiao R, Ciccosanti C, Janjua H, Lee DYup, Everett JK, Swapna GVT, Acton TB, Rost B, Montelione GT. Solution NMR structure of Lin0431 protein from Listeria innocua reveals high structural similarity with domain II of bacterial transcription antitermination protein NusG. Proteins. 2010 ;78(11):2563-8. ...
Tang Y, Xiao R, Ciccosanti C, Janjua H, Lee DYup, Everett JK, Swapna GVT, Acton TB, Rost B, Montelione GT. Solution NMR structure of Lin0431 protein from Listeria innocua reveals high structural similarity with domain II of bacterial transcription antitermination protein NusG. Proteins. 2010 ;78(11):2563-8. ...
Converting the kg, kilogram (= 1000g) measure into other weight and volume amounts of INF FORM,AB NUTR,SIMILAC,W/ IRON,LIQ CONC,NOT RECON item values.
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Fig. Data: Under the situation of CI non-expressed , T7 RNAP causes GFP expression by activating T7/CI hybrid promoter (Fig.1). On the other hand, under the situation of CI expressed, T7 RNAP does not cause GFP expression (Fig.2). The reason of this is considered as following. Under the situation of CI expressed, even though T7 RNAP tries to activate T7/CI promoter, the promoter Is repressed by CI because the ability of CI repression is superior to the one of T7 activation for this promoter. So it is concluded that T7/CI hybrid promoter is to be activated by T7 RNA Polymerase and repressed by lambda CI protein, following the rules of CI repression , T7 activation ...
EX 28.G Q9 Find the value of m for which the line vector {r} = ( {i}+2 hat{k} ) + lambda ( 2 hat{i}-m hat{j}-3 hat{k} ) is parallel to the plane vector {r} c.
Hello everyone ,, Need some help here, currently our lab is trying to create a IHC protocol for kappa and lambda on the Venntana benchmark,, we are having some real problems with the background staining in our control and patients,, we are using a blocker and or hydrogen peroxide, to try and minimize the peroxidase but we are still getting alot of background, if any one out there that has a benchmark and has a protocol for these stains some help would be appreciated,, forgot to mention that we are using Tonsil and Bone Marrow for control, ...
Tree based genetic programming (GP) traditionally uses simple S-expressions to represent programs, however more expressive representations, such as lambda calcu
Season 3, Episode 2: The bureaucratic mentality is the only constant in the universe with the future of the Lambda Paz and her crew hanging in the...
INTERPRETATION OF THE KNOWLEDGE ABOUT TYPE 2 DIABETES AND COMPLIANCE TO DIETOTHERAPY AMONG ELDERLY LIVING IN RURAL AREAS SUFFERING FROM THIS DISEASE ...
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from sympy import * from sympy.abc import x, y, z, r, theta, phi from sympy.diffgeom import CoordSystem, Manifold, Patch, TensorProduct as TP R3 = Manifold(R3, 3) S = Patch(S, R3) relations = { (Car3D, Sph) : Lambda( (x, y, z), Matrix([ sqrt(x**2 + y**2 + z**2), acos(z / sqrt(x**2 + y**2 + z**2)), atan2(y, x), ]) ), (Sph, Car3D): Lambda( (r, theta, phi), Matrix([r * sin(theta) * cos(phi), r * sin(theta) * sin(phi), r * cos(theta)]) ) } Car3D = CoordSystem(Car3D, S, [x, y, z], relations) Sph = CoordSystem(Sph, S, [r, theta, phi], relations ...
|p style=text-indent:20px;|In this paper, we consider the new online scheduling model with linear lookahead intervals, which has the character that at any time |inline-formula||tex-math id=M1|\begin{document}$ t $\end{document}|/tex-math||/inline-formula|, one can foresee the jobs that will coming in the time interval |inline-formula||tex-math id=M2|\begin{document}$ (t, \lambda t+\beta ] $\end{document}|/tex-math||/inline-formula| with |inline-formula||tex-math id=M3|\begin{document}$ \lambda\geq1, \beta\geq 0 $\end{document}|/tex-math||/inline-formula|. We consider online scheduling of unit length jobs on |inline-formula||tex-math id=M4|\begin{document}$ m $\end{document}|/tex-math||/inline-formula| identical parallel-batch machines under this new lookahead model to minimize the maximum flowtime and the makespan, respectively. We give some lower bounds for these problems with the batch capacity |inline-formula||tex-math id=M5|\begin{document}$ b = \infty $\end{document}|/tex-math||/inline
The amount of shrinkage \[ \begin{align*} \hat{\beta}_1^{ridge} &= \frac{\sum^n_{i=1} x_{i1}(y_i - x_{i2}\hat{\beta_2} - \cdots - x_{im}\hat{\beta_m}) }{\sum^n_{i=1} x^2_{i1} + \lambda} \\ &= \frac{\sum^n_{i=1} x^2_{i1} }{\sum^n_{i=1} x^2_{i1} + \lambda} \times \hat{\beta}^{ols}_{1} \end{align*} \] where \[ \begin{align*} \hat{\beta}_1^{ols} &= \frac{\sum^n_{i=1} x_{i1}(y_i - x_{i2}\hat{\beta_2} - \cdots - x_{im}\hat{\beta_m}) }{\sum^n_{i=1} x^2_{i1} } \end{align*} \]. ...
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