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Non-Alignment

Nehru and Non-Alignment

SISYPHUS—structural alignments for proteins with non-trivial relationships

PLAST-ncRNA: Partition function Local Alignment Search Tool for non-coding RNA sequences

R-Coffee: a method for multiple alignment of non-coding RNA

MASTR: multiple alignment and structure prediction of non-coding RNAs using simulated annealing

A local multiple alignment method for detection of non-coding RNA sequences

Non-sequential structure-based alignments reveal topology-independent core packing arrangements in proteins

Blocks+: a non-redundant database of protein alignment blocks derived from multiple compilations.

Retention time alignment algorithms for LC/MS data must consider non-linear shifts

ALVIS: interactive non-aggregative visualization and explorative analysis of multiple sequence alignments

Magnetic alignment experiment of fine graphite-crystals dispersed in He gas oriented to study alignment of crystalline-axes of nano-sized non-magnetic particles

PicXAA-Web: a web-based platform for non-progressive maximum expected accuracy alignment of multiple biological sequences

Fast and accurate non-sequential protein structure alignment using a new asymmetric linear sum assignment heuristic

Optimizing multiple sequence alignments using a genetic algorithm based on three objectives: structural information, non-gaps percentage and totally conserved columns

A non-independent energy-based multiple sequence alignment improves prediction of transcription factor binding sites

 

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The anti‐colonial and anti‐racist posture of mainly Third World countries who have sought a collective identity separate from the capitalist and socialist blocs in the northern hemisphere. The Non‐Aligned Movement originated in the Bandung meeting of leaders (1955) and first summit conference (1961), comprising mainly African and Asian states, but became a majority of United Nations members. Triennial summits debated political and economic issues in South–South cooperation and North–South relations. The movement went into decline due to regional conflicts and differences over how to respond to the changes in the global distribution of power following the collapse of the Soviet Union. Efforts to revive the non‐aligned movement in recent years have focused more on economic issues, with some of the more outspoken members like the leaders of Cuba, Venezuela, and Iran using it as a forum to castigate US imperialism. See also Nehru.

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