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A perspective on multiple waves of influenza pandemics.
(Public Library of Science, 4/23/2013)
BACKGROUND: A striking characteristic of the past four influenza pandemic outbreaks in the United States has been the multiple waves of infections. However, the mechanisms responsible for the multiple waves of influenza ...
Proteomics-based systems biology modeling of bovine germinal vesicle stage oocyte and cumulus cell interaction.
(Public Library of Science, 6/21/2010)
BACKGROUND: Oocytes are the female gametes which establish the program of life after fertilization. Interactions between oocyte and the surrounding cumulus cells at germinal vesicle (GV) stage are considered essential for ...
Re-annotation is an essential step in systems biology modeling of functional genomics data.
(Public Library of Science, 5/14/2010)
One motivation of systems biology research is to understand gene functions and interactions from functional genomics data such as that derived from microarrays. Up-to-date structural and functional annotations of genes are ...
A joint matrix completion and filtering model for influenza serological data integration.
(Public Library of Science, 7/25/2013)
Antigenic characterization based on serological data, such as Hemagglutination Inhibition (HI) assay, is one of the routine procedures for influenza vaccine strain selection. In many cases, it would be impossible to measure ...