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1. "Gams to go: establishing and exploiting experimentally inducible sexual development in a malaria parasite" - Oxford Talks

Toggle navigation. Gams to go: establishing and exploiting experimentally inducible sexual development in a malaria parasite".

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2. Robert Beagrie — Radcliffe Department of Medicine

GAM works by isolating hundreds of thin slices from individual nuclei and sequencing their DNA content. ... 1. GAM holds the potential to detect enhancer-gene interactions in rare cell types that are currently difficult to study using alternative

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3. Past Computational Mathematics and Applications Seminar | Mathematical Institute

This mechanism is used, for example, in the GAMS/AMPL solver available through the NEOS Server, which internally translates a submitted GAMS problem into AMPL. ... An advantage of this design is that the GAMS to AMPL translator does not need to be

www.maths.ox.ac.uk/events/past/635?page=53- 105k - 17 Sep 2021 - Cached

4. GAMtools: an automated pipeline for analysis of Genome Architecture Mapping data — Radcliffe Department of Medicine

Beagrie R., Schueler M. Abstract Genome Architecture Mapping (GAM) is a recently developed method for mapping chromatin interactions genome-wide. ... GAM is based on sequencing genomic DNA extracted from thin cryosections of cell nuclei.

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5. Past Seminars | Mathematical Institute

This mechanism is used, for example, in the GAMS/AMPL solver available through the NEOS Server, which internally translates a submitted GAMS problem into AMPL. ... An advantage of this design is that the GAMS to AMPL translator does not need to be

www.maths.ox.ac.uk/events/past/all?page=1238- 106k - 17 Sep 2021 - Cached

6. Robert Beagrie — MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine

GAM works by isolating hundreds of thin slices from individual nuclei and sequencing their DNA content. ... 1. GAM holds the potential to detect enhancer-gene interactions in rare cell types that are currently difficult to study using alternative

www.imm.ox.ac.uk/people/robert-beagrie- 111k - Cached

7. Past Computational Mathematics and Applications Seminar | Mathematical Institute

GAMS Development Corporation, Washington DC. ... The modeling system GAMS will be used to illustrate the design goals and main features of such systems.

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8. Complex multi-enhancer contacts captured by genome architecture mapping. — Radcliffe Department of Medicine

Here we report a genome-wide method, genome architecture mapping (GAM), for measuring chromatin contacts and other features of three-dimensional chromatin topology on the basis of sequencing DNA from a ... Furthermore, GAM highlights a role for

www.rdm.ox.ac.uk/publications/686672- 81k - Cached

9. GAMtools: an automated pipeline for analysis of Genome Architecture Mapping data — MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine

Beagrie R., Schueler M. Abstract Genome Architecture Mapping (GAM) is a recently developed method for mapping chromatin interactions genome-wide. ... GAM is based on sequencing genomic DNA extracted from thin cryosections of cell nuclei.

www.imm.ox.ac.uk/publications/1035098- 96k - Cached

10. Past Seminars | Mathematical Institute

GAMS Development Corporation, Washington DC. ... The modeling system GAMS will be used to illustrate the design goals and main features of such systems.

www.maths.ox.ac.uk/events/past/all?page=1237- 106k - 17 Sep 2021 - Cached

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