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Light-controlled Protein Dimerization

Researchers in Prof. Ricardo Dolmetsch's laboratory have developed LAD (Light-Activated Dimerization), a novel platform technology that uses light to control tyrosine kinase receptors and other protein-protein interactions that underlie activation of most...
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Reconfigurable Computing for Learning Bayesian Networks

Stanford researchers have designed a scalable Bayesian network learning algorithm and hardware platform that combines Bayesian learning and Markov Chain Monte Carlo sampling with supervised learning methods in a parallel design on reconfigurable hardware....
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