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increasing sequence


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increasing sequence

increasing sequence

Prebiotically plausible mechanisms increase compositional diversity of nucleic acid sequences

Palindromic sequences preceding the terminator increase polymerase III template activity

Sharp Thresholds for a Phase Transition Related to Weakly Increasing Sequences

Increasing the thermostability of sucrose phosphorylase by a combination of sequence- and structure-based mutagenesis

A sequence sub-sampling algorithm increases the power to detect distant homologues

Increased DNA binding and sequence discrimination of PNA oligomers containing 2,6-diaminopurine

3′-Minor groove binder-DNA probes increase sequence specificity at PCR extension temperatures

Increased Rates of Sequence Evolution in Endosymbiotic Bacteria and Fungi with Small Effective Population Sizes

Increasing Sequence Correlation Limits the Efficiency of Recombination in a Multisite Evolution Model

Increased cerebellar activation during sequence learning in DYT1 carriers: an equiperformance study

Listeria monocytogenes Sequence Type 6 and Increased Rate of Unfavorable Outcome in Meningitis: Epidemiologic Cohort Study

Increased Polymorphism Near Low-Complexity Sequences across the Genomes of Plasmodium falciparum Isolates

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

Increased coverage obtained by combination of methods for protein sequence database searching

Increased functional protein expression using nucleotide sequence features enriched in highly expressed genes in zebrafish

Increased nuclear factor 1 binding to its nucleosomal site mediated by sequence-dependent DNA structure

Optimizing the size of the sequence profiles to increase the accuracy of protein sequence alignments generated by profile–profile algorithms

 

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A sequence a1, a2, a3,…is increasing if aiai+1 for all i, and strictly increasing if ai < ai+1 for all i.

Subjects: Mathematics.


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