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Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY USA
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Patents:

  • US Patent 6,384,852, Intelligent screen saver using image difference
  • US Patent 6,973,656, Method and apparatus for linking data in a distributed data processing system
  • US Patent 8,065,091, Techniques for linking non-coding and gene-coding deoxyribonucleic acid sequences and applications thereof 
  • US Patent 8,178,503, Ribonucleic acid interference molecules and binding sites derived by analyzing intergenic and intronic regions of genomes
  • US Patent 8,189,931, Method and apparatus for matching of bracketed patterns in test strings
  • US Patent 8,445,666, Ribonucleic acid interference molecules
  • US Patent 8,494,784, System and method for identification of microRNA target sites and corresponding targeting microRNA sequences
  • US Patent 8,795,987, Ribonucleic acid interference molecules of Oryza sativa 
  • US Patent 8,912,317, Ribonucleic acid interference molecules of Arabidopsis thaliana 
  • EP Patent 0,306,886, Apparatus for in band connection establishment in multiple multi-drop networks
  • US Patent App. 10/724,585, Method and apparatus for the automatic identification of unsolicited e-mail messages (SPAM)
  • US Patent App. 11/351,951, System and method for identification of MicroRNA precursor sequences and corresponding mature MicroRNA sequences from genomic sequences

Seleted Publications:

  • Destructive extraction of phospholipids from Escherichia coli membranes by graphene nanosheets, Nature Nanotechnology (2013)
  • A pattern-based method for the identification of MicroRNA binding sites and their corresponding heteroduplexes, Cell (2006)
  • Genetic inactivation of the polycomb repressive complex 2 in T cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia, Nature Medicine (2012)
  • Nanomechanics of Protein Unfolding Outside a Generic Nanopore, ACS Nano (2015)
  • Gd–metallofullerenol nanomaterial suppresses pancreatic cancer metastasis by inhibiting the interaction of histone deacetylase 1 and metastasis-associated protein 1, ACS Nano (2015)
  • Potential toxicity of graphene to cell functions via disrupting protein–protein interactions, ACS Nano (2014)
  • Molecular mechanism of surface-assisted epitaxial self-assembly of amyloid-like peptides, ACS Nano (2012)
  • Dynamic changes in the human methylome during differentiation, Genome Research (2010)
  • Salts drive controllable multilayered upright assembly of amyloid-like peptides at mica/water interface, PNAS (2013)
  • Molecular mechanism of pancreatic tumor metastasis inhibition by Gd@ C82 (OH) 22 and its implication for de novo design of nanomedicine, PNAS (2012)
  • Short blocks from the noncoding parts of the human genome have instances within nearly all known genes and relate to biological processes, PNAS (2006)



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