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          Blog Post: New in MicroStation CONNECT Edition Update 11: Configuration Assistant (Technology Preview)      Cache   Translate Page      
The Configuration Assistant is designed to help a CAD Manager quickly create a CONNECT Configuration so they can re-use the CAD Standards from previous versions. The main purpose is to convert V8i WorkSpaces to CONNECT Configurations. The ability for a CAD Manager to use automated tools to create a CONNECT Configuration will allow them to start using CONNECT Edition products more quickly. One of the obstacles to upgrading to CONNECT is having a working configuration as we changed: variables, folder structures, configuration levels and files. The Configuration Assistant provides a tool to help easily create a CONNECT configuration. The Configuration Assistant tool would allow CAD Managers to: Create a Configuration by cloning a V8i Workspace standard Use V8i WorkSpace folder structure and create clone (separate, but similar) folder structure for CONNECT Edition Create configuration files to support folder structure [based on V8i] Option to use UCFs and/or PCFs and be converted UCFs to WorkSpaces and PCFs to WorkSets Allow multiple PCFs to be converted at once Advanced version of the Configuration Migration Wizard The entry point is in the WorkSpace menu on the Work Page. This opens the Configuration Assistant. You first select the version and V8i WorkSpace you wish to convert. Then you can select if you want to have it copy/clone (Configuration with data files, most common use case) or have the new CONNECT Configuration point to the original V8i WorkSpace (hybrid of V8i and CONNECT pointing to the same WorkSpace/CAD Standard, not as common). Next the you get the choice of what V8i Users and Projects to convert to CONNECT WorkSpaces and WorkSets. Then you select the destination of the new CONNECT Configuration. You can select a local drive or a server drive. Upon completion you can update your _USTN_CUSTOM_CONFIGURATION variable, which is the most common thing to do, then you can try your newly migrated CONNECT Configuration with any Bentley Power Product. Finally, a report is generated giving a summary of the migration process and if it succeeded or failed.
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MA-Cambridge, Top Skills: protein assays: western blot, ELISA, MSD PCR (qPCR or ddPCR ideal) cloning Position Summary We are looking for a bench scientist (Research Associate/Sr. Research Associate) to join an exciting, fast growing gene editing company to develop novel gene editing therapies for serious diseases. The successful candidates will be integral in discovering and developing the next generation of th
          Cloning and functional analysis of the VcCXIP4 and VcYSL6 genes as Cd-regulating genes in blueberry.      Cache   Translate Page      
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Cloning and functional analysis of the VcCXIP4 and VcYSL6 genes as Cd-regulating genes in blueberry.

Gene. 2018 Oct 31;:

Authors: Chen S, Liu Y, Deng Y, Liu Y, Dong M, Tian Y, Sun H, Li Y

Abstract
Blueberries (Vaccinium ssp.) show relatively high resistance to pollution and have been reported to successfully colonize acid and heavy metal-contaminated soils. Blueberries were subjected to cadmium stress using a simulated pot-culture method. The intact CDS regions of VcCXIP4 and VcYSL6 were obtained, VcCXIP4 was located in the nucleus, while VcYSL6 was located in the chloroplast. Both genes were constructed into a modified plant expression vector pCambia1301 for tobacco transformation with agrobacterium infection methods. Results showed that VcCXIP4 did not function alone in regulating cadmium (Cd) transport. Cd content of Cd in the leaves of VcYSL6 transgenic tobacco by 15.57% under high Cd concentration. Both, VcCXIP4 and VcYSL6 genes were up-regulated under Cd stress. Blueberry primarily accumulated excess Cd in the root, but Cd content in the fruit was almost independent of Cd content in the soil. Further, the effect of soil Cd content on fruit Cd content was not significant. VcCXIP4 is likely to interact with other proteins to regulate excess Cd in blueberry, while VcYSL6 is a Cd transporter required for excess Cd detoxification in blueberry.

PMID: 30391441 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]


          The House Where Jimmy Lives      Cache   Translate Page      

Laurel in Nashville, Ohio called in to tell of a weird experience she had:

“This happened when my son was just starting junior high school and making friends and doing sleepovers. I lived in a kind of rural place where you’d have to drive your children there. And a friend asked him to spend the night and I said, 'Sure.' I drove him to this house - beautiful eight room house surrounded by 20 acres. The mother took me on a tour of the house. She was so proud of it. They had just moved in. He slept the night and that was it.

A few weeks later, he said, 'Mom, can I spend the night again at Jimmy’s house?' I said, 'Sure.' He said, 'They don’t live there anymore.' I said, 'What do you mean they don’t live there anymore?' He said, 'I don’t know, they moved.' So I took him to this new house which I was kind of familiar with. It was in my area. The mom wasn’t there, so I couldn’t talk to her. The dad waved. I drove off. That was it.

A few weeks later my son asked me if he could visit an amusement park – the big amusement park in Ohio with the family because they had to get up early and go. Well, to my surprise, the next morning, my son was walking up the lane to our farm and I’m like, 'Why aren’t you at the amusement park?' And he said, 'They had to move, somebody tried to strangle Jimmy in his sleep,' and I looked at my son. He had this red ligature mark around his neck like somebody took a magic marker. And I said, 'What happened?' And he didn’t even know it was there. (George Noory asks if an entity tried to strangle him in his sleep) And his little buddy, you know. I mean it was just crazy. No more sleeping over at Jimmy’s house, right.

A few years later, my two sons and I were sitting at our local Dairy Queen and he goes, 'That’s the house where Jimmy lives.' He sees him in the backyard and he makes jokes to me, 'You wanna go spend the night?' He goes, I’m gonna go talk to him. So he goes and talks to him and he came back and literally two weeks later, I was driving down that road and that house was gone. It was gone! There was no rubble. There was no sign of his big beautiful house as if it was never there.”

Source: Coast to Coast - October 31, 2018

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          Millions hacked from Pakistani bank; Central bank cautious on safety of 22 banks and payment systems      Cache   Translate Page      
Digital payment systems, majorly debit and credit card channels in Pakistan have been reportedly affected. This, after a report of a card-cloning scam that resulted in a loss of millions for a Pakistani bank.

Security of credit and debit cards issued by 22 Pakistani banks were under risk after the Pakistan Computer Emergency Response Team confirmed that 20,000 debit and credit cards issued by the banks were cloned and skimmed.

Card cloning is a technique using which details from a bank issued card are copied onto a new card. Card cloners use this technique for illegal transactions.

Actual estimates of the damage are yet to be calculated, but an initial report pegs the loss at $20,000.

Mohammad Shoaib, head of Pakistan Federal Investigation Agency's cyber-crime unit, was quoted explaining two television stations that "almost all" banks had been hit by hacking and a "large amount of money" had been stolen.

Shoaib was also quoted in a report by Geo News that "data from almost all Pakistani banks has been reportedly hacked."

BankIslami was among the first banks to be reported by the PakCERT in a threat report. The bank had first noticed unusual transactions of 2.6 million rupees or approximately $20,000 on Oct. 27 and had temporarily shut down its international payments system. PakCERT said that details of cards were posted on the dark net, an area of the Internet only accessible via special web browsers that ensure anonymity.

Dark net users could then access the cards to make online purchases but it was not clear how much money in total had actually been stolen.

"Subsequently, several other banks issued security alerts and either completely blocked customers' debit and credit cards or blocked their online and international use," PakCert said in its report.

In a statement, BankIslami said, it shut down the international and online payments systems and notified the central banking regulator.

The bank further added that the illicit transfer of 2.6 million rupees was returned to customers' accounts.

Soon after confirmation of the card-hack, the regulator- State Bank of Pakistan tried to reassure investors and consumers that the banking system had not been hacked with.

SBP also said that it had instructed all banks to increase their scrutiny after a lender reported the problem last week. The Central Bank clarified, "It has been noted with concern news items reporting that the data of most banks has been hacked. SBP categorically rejects such reports."

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          Molecular cloning of porcine 2',5'-oligoadenylate synthetase-like protein and its role in porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus infection. (H00008638-P01) [link to product page]       Cache   Translate Page      
[Author] Wang R, Yu Y, Kong W, Li C, Kang Y, Wang G, Wang W, He J, Zhao M.[Journal Name] Microb Pathog. 2018 Sep 18. [Epub ahead of print][Product Name] OASL (Human) Recombinant Protein (P01)

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Il selfista cariolante
il selfista cariolante e' una creatura ritenuta da alcuni mitologica: e' impossibile, si dicevano inizialmente i ricercatori, che si voglia veramente fare la fatica di ottenere strisciate poco artistiche peggiori, incredibile, alle immaginette del selfista medio.
Invece gli studi pongono questa specie al massimo livello oggi conosciuto di immaginette cagose.



Il cariolante, da cui il nome, ha deciso che dovra' prendere immaginette con un telefono tutte le volte che viene trasportato da un mezzo qualunque esso sia e a qualunque velocita' e illuminazione.
Sul perche' un alone di mistero ancora aleggia, per il momento sappiamo solo il come questa specie realizza i propri bisogni.

Ne esistono molte sottospecie che andremo a descrivere. Bisogna pero' tener conto che secondo alcuni studi potrebbe essere una specie unica o un piu' ristretto numero di sottospecie. Del resto anche altri animali cambiano livrea come i piranha o come i Pomacanthus che presentano aspetti straordinariamente diversi.

Alcune caratteristiche, oltre a quella di produrre porcherie da un mezzo in movimento usando un telefono, sono comuni alla sottospecie:
il verso, simile a quelli delle altre specie di selfisti,
Il braccio teso nell'espletare la funzione. Alcune volte si scontra con i finestrini non apribili causando piccoli ematomi. Altre volte sono bisogni che mettono in pericolo l'animale che rischia l'amputazione dell'arto.
La poca attenzione ad eventuali viaggiatori sul mezzo: raggiungere la postazione idonea all'espletamento diviene un problema altrui.

Il cariolante trenino. Non importa se e' su un TGV, vede qualcosa e lo deve immortalare. La variante locale prevede un braccio sporgente con lesioni, morte o, peggio, perdita del telefono.

Il cariolante GT. E' uno dei piu' fastidiosi, a livello delle zanzare. Si muove come un geco per la superficie vetrosa del pulman gran turismo lasciando centinaia di impronte sulla superficie intera. Poi prende l'immaginetta del finestrone azzurro cosparso delle proprie opere.

Il cariolante aereo: dopo una serie di telefonate compulsive al cibo, tipicamente appassionante la confezione dei crackers e la bustina di zucchero, decide di fare decine di immaginette alla carlinga dalla fila centrale.
E' probabile che sia particolarmente importante la distanza fra le poltrone, ma un ricercatore allude alla possubilita', davvero ridicola, che volesse fotografare l'esterno. Ma dai, con un cellulare, attraverso un doppiovetro e a distanza di 4 metri? Anche un varanidae ci arriverebbe!

Forse che i selfisti siano da considerarsi meno intelligenti delle Poecilia reticulata che in fatto di stupidita' sono campioni GTi?

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Pakistan banking regulator says card-cloning from single fraud in bank resulted in a loss of 2.6 million pakistani rupees.
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LG 43LV340C, 43" LED HD TV, 1920x1080, DVB-T2/C/S2, Hotel Mode, USB Cloning, HDMI, RS-232C, Wake on LAN, Headphone Out, 2 Pole Stand, Black
          Xiaomi’s latest Apple clone is AirDots, an AirPods copy costing just $29      Cache   Translate Page      

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           Cloning and expression of a Vi mimotope of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi through nucleotide-nucleotide hybridization approach.l       Cache   Translate Page      
Chua, Kek Heng and Kee, B. and Thong, Kwai Lin (2009) Cloning and expression of a Vi mimotope of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi through nucleotide-nucleotide hybridization approach.l. African Journal of Biotechnology, 8 (18). pp. 4623-4626. ISSN 1684-5315
          Cloning Success: 3 Tips To Improve Your Operations      Cache   Translate Page      
Franchising may not be rocket science, but it is a lot like another type of science: cloning.
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by Plum Bum.  

Hi Juan,

thanks for your input. Yes, absolute links are the solution for the moment but they're not the smartest solution for us because the trouble begins when you start cloning the whole moodle installation for testing or whatever purpose.

The reason why we use our own upload folder ist the massive count of images and files we provide. So it's a lot easier to upload them via FTP than via Moodle's uploader. Also, we don't always want to provide all the information you have to enter while uploading via Moodle uploader.

But is there a specific (security?) reason why the moodle app can't handle relative non-moodle-URLs or could it be possible to add this feature in the future?

Thanks, Patrick


          Cinnamon 4.0 Preview      Cache   Translate Page      
Clem hasn't announced the official release of Cinnamon 4.0, but the tarball has been around for some days and i have managed to build it on top of latest Slackware Current. Cinnamon 4.0 will give some big performance on Nemo, new panel layout, and many new features. You can check the detailed changes on every sub component of Cinnamon on their github repository.

I noticed the release just two days ago while i was sick at home and i started to work on it. It took some time to do finish it since some sub components changed their build tool to Meson and some changes in the parameters were needed to build without Wayland (Thanks Clem for the pointers). At the end, it was a successful one (at least under a virtual machine), but it won't get merged into master for now as i need to make sure few things before pushing them to master. Also, Slackware Current is still developing, so there might be a chance that some packages are added into the main tree itself.

Here is the part where you can help by trying to reproduce the build on a clean installation of Slackware-Current. Go to Cinnamon SlackBuild repository on branch cinnamon4 and start cloning it. Please use the build-cinnamon.sh script to automate all the download process and installation according to the BUILD_ORDERS.

Let me know if there's a problem with the current installation and please write a new issue so it's trackable.

PS: You will notice that the default icon in the menu turned into GNOME menu. I'm hoping to replace it with Slackware's icon in the final release of Cinnamon 4.0 for Slackware 15.0 :)
          Oracle Application Database Administrator      Cache   Translate Page      
Responsibilities: • Manages the Oracle e-business suite release 12. • Execute the following activities: o Database refresh to non-production DB o Daily database health check monitoring, tuning and minor SQL reviews o Capacity planning and execution o Quarterly access review o Database optimization o Database security admin o Deployments to production o Performance test planning and execution o Apply patches as mandated by project/vendor o Monitor and fix table locking/blocking; monitor alerts and fix issues o Creates, updates delete SSI packages and stored procedures o Cloning Oracle applications using rapid clone o Patching Oracle applications using adpatch o Performing database upgrades, including upgrading Oracle applications from 11i to R12 o Setting up multi-tier Oracle Application environment o Installing/upgrading/administering Oracle RAC databases o Cloning databases from RAC to NON RAC o Set up and administer ASM o Back-up and recovery of Oracle databases using RMAN utility o Unix Shell scripting/SQL/PL SQL Qualifications: • Experience as Oracle Application DBA • Skilled in using Oracle e-Business Suite Release 12 • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or equivalent
          Xiaomi’s latest Apple clone is AirDots, an AirPods copy costing just $29      Cache   Translate Page      
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           CLONING OF GENOMIC AND CDNA SEQUENCES ENCODING AN INVERTEBRATE GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACIDA RECEPTOR SUBUNIT       Cache   Translate Page      
HARVEY, RJ; VREUGDENHIL, E; BARNARD, EA; DARLISON, MG; (1990) CLONING OF GENOMIC AND CDNA SEQUENCES ENCODING AN INVERTEBRATE GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACIDA RECEPTOR SUBUNIT. BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS , 18 (3) pp. 438-439. 10.1042/bst0180438 .
          Functional Diversity of Class XI Myosins in Arabidopsis thaliana.      Cache   Translate Page      
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Functional Diversity of Class XI Myosins in Arabidopsis thaliana.

Plant Cell Physiol. 2018 Nov 01;59(11):2268-2277

Authors: Haraguchi T, Ito K, Duan Z, Rula S, Takahashi K, Shibuya Y, Hagino N, Miyatake Y, Nakano A, Tominaga M

Abstract
Plant myosin XI acts as a motive force for cytoplasmic streaming through interacting with actin filaments within the cell. Arabidopsis thaliana (At) has 13 genes belonging to the myosin XI family. Previous reverse genetic approaches suggest that At myosin XIs are partially redundant, but are functionally diverse for their specific tasks within the plant. However, the tissue-specific expression and enzymatic properties of myosin XIs have to date been poorly understood, primarily because of the difficulty in cloning and expressing large myosin XI genes and proteins. In this study, we cloned full-length cDNAs and promoter regions for all 13 At myosin XIs and identified tissue-specific expression (using promoter-reporter assays) and motile and enzymatic activities (using in vitro assays). In general, myosins belonging to the same class have similar velocities and ATPase activities. However, the velocities and ATPase activities of the 13 At myosin XIs are significantly different and are classified broadly into three groups based on velocity (high group, medium group and low group). Interestingly, the velocity groups appear roughly correlated with the tissue-specific expression patterns. Generally, ubiquitously expressed At myosin XIs belong to the medium-velocity group, pollen-specific At myosin XIs belong to the high-velocity group and only one At myosin XI (XI-I) is classified as belonging to the low-velocity group. In this study, we demonstrated the diversity of the 13 myosin XIs in Arabidopsis at the molecular and tissue levels. Our results indicate that myosin XIs in higher plants have distinct motile and enzymatic activities adapted for their specific roles.

PMID: 30398666 [PubMed - in process]


          0020749: Armoured Golem cloning on death      Cache   Translate Page      
My armoured golem dropped 2 derelict versions of itself as it approached death while defending a planet. It then turned into a zombified version when it finally did die, although it was controlled by me rather then the AI.<br /> Both derelict versions were repairable.


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