We are developing a rapid screening method to assess whether an individual received an absorbed dose of ≥2 Gy based on the analysis of a specific panel of blood proteins in a fingerstick blood sample.
National security publications
Here we compare the results of applying an automated likelihood-based gap filler within the Pathway Tools software with the results of manually gap filling the same metabolic model.
We report on computational experiments of reaction gap filling in which we generated degraded versions of the EcoCyc-20.0-GEM model by randomly removing flux-carrying reactions from a growing model.
In this work, we propose an integrated framework that combines hybrid modeling, formal verification, and automated synthesis techniques for analyzing the security and safety of transportation systems and carrying out design space exploration of both in-vehicle electronic control systems and vehicle-to-vehicle communications.
The optimal pitch angle which maximizes the penetration distance, along the magnetic field, of relativistic charged particles injected from the midplane of an axisymmetric field is investigated analytically and numerically.
Evaluation of OMI Operational Standard NO2 Column Retrievals Using in Situ and Surface-Based NO2 Observations
We assess the standard operational nitrogen dioxide data product retrieved from the Ozone Monitoring Instrument onboard NASA’s Aura satellite using a combination of aircraft and surface in situ measurements.
Considering existing and new types of risks inherent in cloud services.
A Framework for Application of Metabolic Modeling in Yeast to Predict the Effects of Nssnv in Human Orthologs
Here we present the next step in the workflow toward using yeast metabolic modeling to predict human metabolic behavior resulting from nsSNV.
A prototype linear x-ray source to implement stationary source–stationary detector tomosynthesis (TS) imaging has been studied.