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Designed to further collaboration among the community, this database allows members to list their active research projects into a common database. Faculty, staff and students and members of the public can search the database for areas of interest.

As a service to the research community, NYC-LSAMP is pleased to provide a complete listing of abstracts for papers submitted via the NYC-LSAMP virtual community. You can search by keyword and find all citations that contain the keyword in either the title, abstracts, or author sections of the research project.

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Development Of A Generic Genetic Algorithm Application  (more info) 23 6/19/2007
Genetic Algorithms (GAs) are adaptive methods which may be used to solve search and optimization problems. Nearly three decades after the invention of
Members (1)
Subjects: Chemistry, Computer Science
Determining whether Blm3p is an Active DNA Repair Protein in Saccharomyces cerevisiae  (more info) 5 7/28/2003
The novel BLM3 gene, cloned in Dr. Moore’s laboratory, was found to encode a protein (Blm3p) that consists of 2143 amino acid residues and has a
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Subjects: Chemistry
EFFECT OF INORGANIC NITROGEN ON PHOTODECAY OF BROMINE SPECIES IN WATER UNDER UV IRRADIATION  (more info) 6 5/3/2004 11:12:00 AM
Disinfection is applied in potable water purification for deactivation of all waterborne pathogenic microorganisms. Bromate and trihalomethanes (THM)
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Subjects: Chemistry
Analysis of the Promoter for Human APTL II  (more info) 0 1/8/2003
Some P-type ATPases, such as the type II Mg-ATPase or the amino phospholipids translocase (APTL), drive translocation of phosphatidylserine (PS) and p
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Subjects: Chemistry
Determination of polysulfides in laboratory and lake samples via gas chromatography.  (more info) 2 8/25/2002
Aqueous polysulfides can be found in estuaries, salt marshes, lakes and contaminated groundwater. They slowly decompose into thiosulfate and bisulfid
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Subjects: Chemistry
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