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LoopGrafter: a web tool for transplanting dynamical loops for protein engineering

However, despite the fascination with loop regions in protein engineering, loop regions in protein engineering, the current methods of loop-based rational protein design are limited. enzyme catalytic function One of the many challenges related to loop engineering is the dynamism that allows them to have allosteric control over enzyme catalytic function. Here, we have LoopGrafter, a web server that specifically supports the loop grafting process of structurally related proteins.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/nar/gkac249


Reverse Code Engineering — State of the Art and Countermeasures

Abstract Reverse Code Engineering is, or more accurately speaking, the process of investigating a piece of code in order to understand it. We survey and categorize the field of reverse code engineering in this book. For which no source code is available, we're focusing on different strategies to recover both the control and data flow of a given binary application. The Intel/AMD x86 architecture's reverse engineering of binary native code for the Intel/AMD x86 architecture is therefore avoided, so we avoid examination of byte-code such as Java or. NET.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1524/itit.2012.0664


Application Focused Drill Bit Engineering Delivers Consistent Improvement in Efficient Drilling Performance

When designing an application-specific PDC piece, the most common engineering challenge is balancing aggressiveness, stability, and durability bit behavior. This paper discusses the engineering process of designing a bit that incorporates the three key bit behaviours, thus improving penetration rates in the hopes of successfully drilling the desired interval while still improving penetration rates. It starts drilling vertically until the kick-off point, followed by construction of the tangent section and section holding angle to the end. Testing results against various drive styles and their appropriateness for our target industry The engineering process ended with a seven bladed PDC bit with aggressive cutting capabilities, as well as increasing penetration rates by more than half. The bit was found to be more effective in directing mechanical specific energy into the production rather than squandering drilling energy on vibrations, according to the majority of trials. This paper discusses the engineering process and the technology involved in constructing a PDC bit for drilling directional runs through a variety of abrasive and impact prone formations.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2118/180673-ms

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