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  • In delivering his thesis for the 'agregation', he commanded the admiration of his audience; by turns aggressive, severe, ironical, eloquent, he reduced his adversary to such an extremity that, overwhelmed, he was not able to reply.

    Conscience — Complete

  • 'agregation', he commanded the admiration of his audience; by turns aggressive, severe, ironical, eloquent, he reduced his adversary to such an extremity that, overwhelmed, he was not able to reply.

    The French Immortals Series — Complete

  • So, a clear hypothesis is that a computational measure that would sum a proteins' stability, tendency for agregation and designability should correlate with gene expression levels.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Given the costs of miss-folding and agregation, the higher the number of errors in translation that might lead to miss-folding and agregation the higher the cost for the cell.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • So, a clear hypothesis is that a computational measure that would sum a proteins' stability, tendency for agregation and designability should correlate with gene expression levels.

    Public Rambling

  • The number of proteins analyzed was small and the rates of agregation were obtained not always in the same conditions but it does fit with the translational robustness hypothesis.

    Public Rambling

  • Highly expressed proteins tend to have a lower agregation rate measured in vitro r=97, N=12.

    Public Rambling

  • Given the costs of miss-folding and agregation, the higher the number of errors in translation that might lead to miss-folding and agregation the higher the cost for the cell.

    Public Rambling

  • Highly expressed proteins tend to have a lower agregation rate measured in vitro r=97, N=12.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • The number of proteins analyzed was small and the rates of agregation were obtained not always in the same conditions but it does fit with the translational robustness hypothesis.

    Archive 2007-05-01

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  • a civil service competetive examination (ranking by grade for civil service/college admissions) egalitarian in theory

    September 17, 2008

  • In France, oui?

    September 17, 2008

  • Simone Weil was #1 in agregation

    September 18, 2008