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Magnesium ions enhance the transfer of Human Papillomavirus E2 protein from non-specific to specific binding sites (1999)
Journal Article
Lewis, H., & Gaston, K. (1999). Magnesium ions enhance the transfer of Human Papillomavirus E2 protein from non-specific to specific binding sites. Journal of Molecular Biology, 294(4), 885-896. doi:10.1006/jmbi.1999.3314

The human papillomavirus 16 E2 protein binds to four specific DNA sequences present within the HPV 16 genome and regulates viral gene expression and DNA replication. However, the E2 protein can also bind tightly to non-specific DNA sequences. Here, w... Read More about Magnesium ions enhance the transfer of Human Papillomavirus E2 protein from non-specific to specific binding sites.

Three dimensional visualization of the World Wide Web (1999)
Journal Article
Benford, S., Taylor, I., Brailsford, D. F., Koleva, B., Craven, M. P., Fraser, M., …Greenhalgh, C. (1999). Three dimensional visualization of the World Wide Web. ACM Computing Surveys, 31(4es),

Although large-scale public hypermedia structures such as the World Wide Web are popularly referred to as "cyberspace", the extent to which they constitute a space in the everyday sense of the word is questionable. This paper reviews recent work in t... Read More about Three dimensional visualization of the World Wide Web.

Separable Hyperstructure and Delayed Link Binding (1999)
Journal Article
Brailsford, D. F. (1999). Separable Hyperstructure and Delayed Link Binding. ACM Computing Surveys, 31(4es),

As the amount of material on the World Wide Web continues to grow, users are discovering that the Web's embedded, hard-coded, links are difficult to maintain and update. Hyperlinks need a degree of abstraction in the way they are specified together w... Read More about Separable Hyperstructure and Delayed Link Binding.

Reclaiming heritage: colourization, culture wars and the politics of nostalgia (1999)
Journal Article
Grainge, P. (1999). Reclaiming heritage: colourization, culture wars and the politics of nostalgia. Cultural Studies, 13(4), 621-638. https://doi.org/10.1080/095023899335077

This article considers the discursive continuities between a specifically liberal defence of cultural patrimony, evident in the debate over film colourization, and the culture war critique associated with neo-conservatism. It examines how a rhetoric... Read More about Reclaiming heritage: colourization, culture wars and the politics of nostalgia.

Genetic algorithms for multiple-choice problems (1999)
Thesis
Aickelin, U. Genetic algorithms for multiple-choice problems. (Thesis). University of Wales Swansea. Retrieved from https://nottingham-repo...ribe.com/output/1163583

This thesis investigates the use of problem-specific knowledge to enhance a genetic algorithm approach to multiple-choice optimisation problems. It shows that such information can significantly enhance performance, but that the choice of information... Read More about Genetic algorithms for multiple-choice problems.

A science-oriented search engine could solve web problems (1999)
Journal Article
Gardner, M. (1999). A science-oriented search engine could solve web problems. Nature, 401(111),

Lawrence and Giles [1] eloquently define the current problems with the World-Wide Web, but could "Nature" provide the solution ?

Cellular transcirption factors regulate human papillomavirus type 16 gene expression by binding to a subset of the DNA sequences recognised by the viral E2 protein (1999)
Journal Article
Lewis, H., Webster, K., Sanchez-Perez, A., & Gaston, K. (1999). Cellular transcirption factors regulate human papillomavirus type 16 gene expression by binding to a subset of the DNA sequences recognised by the viral E2 protein. Journal of General Virology, 80(8), 2087-2096. doi:10.1099/0022-1317-80-8-2087

Human papillomavirus type 16 (HPV-16) is a DNA tumour virus that has been implicated in the development of cervical cancer. The HPV-16 E2 protein binds to four sites that are present upstream of the viral P97 promoter and regulates transcription of t... Read More about Cellular transcirption factors regulate human papillomavirus type 16 gene expression by binding to a subset of the DNA sequences recognised by the viral E2 protein.

A Tutorial on the Universality and Expressiveness of Fold (1999)
Journal Article
Hutton, G. (1999). A Tutorial on the Universality and Expressiveness of Fold. Journal of Functional Programming, 9(4),

In functional programming, fold is a standard operator that encapsulates a simple pattern of recursion for processing lists. This article is a tutorial on two key aspects of the fold operator for lists. First of all, we emphasize the use of the uni... Read More about A Tutorial on the Universality and Expressiveness of Fold.

The hybrid library: a view from the UK (1999)
Conference Proceeding
Pinfield, S. (1999). The hybrid library: a view from the UK. In Bücher, Bytes und Bibliotheken: Integrierte Information im Internet

This paper aims to provide an overview of digital library devcelopment in the UK, concentrating on the eLib (Electronic Libraries) programme. It also discusses the idea of the Hybrid Library and considers how it fits into current electronic library d... Read More about The hybrid library: a view from the UK.

Using a Generalisation Critic to find Bisimulations for Coinductive Proofs (1999)
Conference Proceeding
Dennis, L. A., Bundy, A., & Green, I. (1999). Using a Generalisation Critic to find Bisimulations for Coinductive Proofs. In W. McCune (Ed.),

Coinduction is a method of growing importance in reasoning about functional languages, due to the increasing prominence of lazy data structures. Through the use of bisimulations and proofs that bisimilarity is a congruence in various domains it can... Read More about Using a Generalisation Critic to find Bisimulations for Coinductive Proofs.