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IDIEEE:8217853Published Date2017-11-01Conference2017 IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM)
Interactions among proteins are important mechanisms in living cells. The whole set of interactions is often referred to as a protein-protein interaction network (PIN). Comparison among such networks may discover conserved (or disrupted) patterns of interactions among species. Such comparison is performed using network alignment algorithms. They help analyse PPI networks for a better understanding of biological processes such as finding conserved regions between species, giving us insight int…
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ID27110638Published Date2017-01-01JournalThe Journal of social psychology, 2017-01-01, Volume 157
The current research explored the association of masculinity and stigma toward mental illness using theoretical predictions stemming from the stereotype content model and BIAS map. Two correlational studies (Ns = 245, 163) measured stereotypes, emotions, and behavioral intentions in relation to masculine, feminine, and gender-neutral disorders. Participants perceived masculine disorders as lacking personal warmth and competence. Masculine disorders also elicited more negative emotions and beh…
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ID28792597Published Date2016-04-01JournalEcology, 2016-04-01, Volume 97
Desert ecosystems have long served as model systems in the study of ecological concepts (e.g., competition, resource pulses, top-down/bottom-up dynamics). However, the inherent variability of resource availability in deserts, and hence consumer dynamics, can also make them challenging ecosystems to understand. Study of a Chihuahuan desert ecosystem near Portal, Arizona began in 1977. At this site, 24 experimental plots were established and divided among controls and experimental manipulations…
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ID25280170Published Date2014-11-01JournalThe Journal of social psychology, 2014-11-01, Volume 154
Research indicates that stereotypes can intersect. For example, the intersection of stereotypes about gender and mental disorders could result in perceptions of gendered mental disorders. In the current research, Studies 1 and 2 showed that people view specific disorders as being masculine or feminine. The masculine stereotype included antisocial personality disorder, addictions, and paraphilias. The feminine stereotype included eating disorders, histrionic personality disorder, body dysmorph…
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ID24291657Published Date2014-02-01JournalClinical psychology review, 2014-02-01, Volume 34
Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) has long been surrounded by controversy due to disagreement about its etiology and the validity of its associated phenomena. Researchers have conducted studies comparing people diagnosed with DID and people simulating DID in order to better understand the disorder. The current research presents a systematic review of this DID simulation research. The literature consists of 20 studies and contains several replicated findings. Replicated differences between …
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ID24727730Published Date2014-01-01JournalPloS one, 2014-01-01, Volume 9
In this Genomics Era, vast amounts of next-generation sequencing data have become publicly available for multiple genomes across hundreds of species. Analyses of these large-scale datasets can become cumbersome, especially when comparing nucleotide polymorphisms across many samples within a dataset and among different datasets or organisms. To facilitate the exploration of allelic variation and diversity, we have developed and deployed an in-house computer software to categorize and visualize…
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Award Number0641378Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date2007-06-01Expiration Date2008-01-31Funding Amount$9,750
One of the most significant findings in biology in the past twenty years is that there is a shared set of genes that serve as the foundation for development in all animals, big and small, insect and mammal. Is the same true for social behavior? This proposal addresses this question with comparative genomic analysis, focusing on two species of social insects that are distantly related to each other, honey bees (Apis mellifera) and paper wasps (Polistes metricus). The hypothesis to be tested is…
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Award Number7610243Funding AgencyNational Science FoundationEffective Date1976-06-15Expiration Date1978-06-30Funding Amount$12,800
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