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TrueAllele technology uses MATLAB, Signal Processing Toolbox, and Statistics Toolbox to mathematically separate mixed DNA data into individual contributors and their respective genotypes.
Apr 2013
MATLAB image processing and statistical analyses give researchers an objective computational method for measuring the ability of drugs in development to inhibit cancer metastasis.
Sep 2012
Recent enhancements to MATLAB® and Image Processing Toolbox™ dramatically increase image processing speed
Apr 2012
At the University of Pittsburgh and Washington State University, system dynamics and physiology are combined in a single course.
Mar 2011
Nonlinear mixed-effects modeling provides a good solution for modeling sparse datasets. Using population pharmacokinetics (popPK) data as an example.
Jul 2009
This article discusses how researchers at UC San Francisco and UC Davis analyzed high-resolution microscopy images of cells using MATLAB, Statistics Toolbox and Image Processing Toolbox.
Apr 2008
Analyzing array-based comparative genomic hybridization data.
Dec 2007
Engineering tools and techniques are driving dramatic results in systems biology — from new drugs to biofuels.
Jun 2007
Use MATLAB and Financial Toolbox to construct realistic, optimal portfolios that are stable over time.
Oct 2006
What if Beethoven had been able to communicate directly with an electronic piano that could interpret his brain signals and record his compositions?
Jan 2006
Two years ago, researchers for the Human Genome Project unveiled a component “glossary” of the human body that will ultimately yield a database of the 3,000,000,000 chemical base pairs (the DNA sequence) in the human genome.
Jan 2006
Advances in the acquisition and analysis of biosignals such as electroencephalograms (EEGs) and electrocorticograms (ECoGs) are profoundly improving brain wave research.
Nov 2002

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