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Unique identifier OMICS_19969
Name C-State
Alternative name Chromatin-State
Software type Pipeline/Workflow
Interface Web user interface
Restrictions to use None
Programming languages Javascript
Computer skills Basic
Stability No
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Unique identifier OMICS_19969
Name C-State
Alternative name Chromatin-State
Software type Pipeline/Workflow
Interface Graphical user interface
Restrictions to use None
Operating system Unix/Linux, Mac OS, Windows
Programming languages Javascript
License MIT License
Computer skills Medium
Version 0.2.3
Stability No
Maintained No

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2016
PMCID: 5549630
PMID: 27027295
DOI: 10.1038/nature17399

[…] morning. adipocytes were used for experiments on day 5 post-differentiation., a comparative model of ucp1 was built by using the structure of the bovine aac. this structure corresponds to the “c-state” of the carrier - open to the mim. the protein sequence of human ucp1 was taken from uniprot. to align the aac and ucp1 sequences, muscle and manual editing in jalview were used. to improve […]


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PMCID: 5902625
PMID: 29662089
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-24405-z

[…] to the frequency ratio r that we observed around the transition from ga (fu) to roc (fc) with r = fu/fc., we showed that the frequency-shifted spectrum matches the spectrum during the conscious c state. we applied time compression to the six patients in the unconscious state, and we showed that we did find the same spectrum characteristics (fig. ) for the coherent spectrum. indeed, the true […]

PMCID: 5807537
PMID: 29426917
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-21006-8

[…] for comparison with the other vinculin forms, we use a simple (c, so and o) nomenclature for these conformational transition families.figure 4table 3, the so peak is clearly separate from the c state peak, suggesting that it represents a discrete state, distinct from the closed conformer (fig. ). therefore, in order to relate the measured collision cross sections to the structural changes […]

PMCID: 5760566
PMID: 29317686
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-18434-3

[…] and fig.  (qt-s.c). the samples in the qt state consist of ∼2,600 martensitic blocks of 0.2–14.4 μm. approximately 1400 bainitic blocks (size: 0.2–31.4 μm) were considered. the samples in the qt-s.c state consist of ∼2400 martensitic blocks of 0.2–12 μm. approximately 1200 bainitic blocks (size: 0.2–30.4 μm) were considered. the block width and the fraction of hagbs, determined via statistical […]

PMCID: 5745149
PMID: 29245012
DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2017.11.039

[…] nog2 particles, termed the “foot,” which is formed by its2 rrna and its associated “a3” cluster factors cic1/nsa3, nop7, nop15, and rlp7 (, , ). in contrast to the “foot” in the arx1 particle, the a–c state particles contain a part of the erb1 n terminus (amino acid residues 328–400) instead of nop53 (b). more importantly, however, adjacent to the foot, the 5.8s portion of the pre-rrna […]

PMCID: 5731502
PMID: 29244000
DOI: 10.1186/s12864-017-4269-2

[…] auroc = 0.50)., the phychem features of intra-host hvr1 variants are strongly associated with the duration of hcv infection. application of the phychem biomarkers to models for detection of the r/c-state of hcv infection in patients offers a new opportunity for detection of outbreaks and for molecular surveillance. the method will be available at https://webappx.cdc.gov/ghost/ […]


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C-State institution(s)
CSIR – Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad, India
C-State funding source(s)
Supported by grants from the Indo-Australian Biotechnology Fund-Department of Biotechnology (DBTIABF), Government of India (BT/Indo-Aus/05/36/2010) CSIR grant (BSC0121).

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