derivation sequence

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derivation sequence

derivation sequence

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Lentivirus-derived antimicrobial peptides: increased potency by sequence engineering and dimerization

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RNA base-amino acid interaction strengths derived from structures and sequences

Deriving reliable fundamental parameters of pre-main-sequence-rich star clusters affected by differential reddening

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cBar: a computer program to distinguish plasmid-derived from chromosome-derived sequence fragments in metagenomics data

Increased risk of gonadal malignancy and prophylactic gonadectomy: a study of 102 phenotypic female patients with Y chromosome or Y-derived sequences

Molecular Phylogeny and SNP Variation of Polar Bears (Ursus maritimus), Brown Bears (U. arctos), and Black Bears (U. americanus) Derived from Genome Sequences

Analysis of transduction in wastewater bacterial populations by targeting the phage-derived 16S rRNA gene sequences

The Binding Ability to Matrix Proteins and the Inhibitory Effects on Cell Adhesion of Synthetic Peptides Derived from a Conserved Sequence of Integrins

Complete Nucleotide Sequences of 93-kb and 3.3-kb Plasmids of an Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli O157:H7 Derived from Sakai Outbreak


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In formal language theory, a sequence of words of the form w1w2 ⇒ … ⇒ wn (for notation see semi-Thue system). For a context-free grammar, such a sequence is leftmost (or rightmost) if, for each 1≤in, wj+1 is obtained from wi by rewriting the leftmost (or rightmost) nonterminal in wi. Such sequences exist for all derivable words.

w1w2 ⇒ … ⇒ wn

for each 1≤in,

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