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of predictor teams. There are three kernel steps in this process: Coding: Each feature is coded by the binary codes according to their importance. And each reduction is translated into a chromosome as: , where l denotes the coding length, which is

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research topics. Many articles in the first period deal with the screening for cardiac or chromosomal abnormalities like Down-syndrome by the application of nuchal translucency thickness (NTT) measurement while in the latter period only one paper deals

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descriptive title only describes the subject of the articles and does not reveal the main outcome or conclusion. For example: “A worldwide phylogeography for the human X chromosome”. Interrogative (question) titles: These titles indicate the subject of the

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Research outcomes from activities initiated at CAST, and continued at CRIS for some time (mainly as former next-generation post-genome and genome dynamics research divisions, during FY2005-2008) were as follows: chromosome-based molecular cytogenetic

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Authors: V. A. Markusova, A. N. Libkind, A. E. Varshavsly and C. N. M. Jansz

13 Chromosome Research The Netherlands 12 Physical Review B USA 12

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Disorders appropriately classify RTT in line with recent evidence. RTT is not an autistic disorder, although it is categorized among them. As regards identification of genetic causes, 95% of classic RTT cases reveal a mutated gene in the X chromosome, which

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