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In previous studies, we screened five mammalian odorant receptors (ORs) that respond to the odorants which bind to the F-P-type odorant binding protein (FP-OBP), and found that two mutants (FP-OBP-L6S and FP-OBP-I42Q) showed low sensitivity to oryctol but were not specific to oryctol. To test if F-P OBP is insensitive to the altered amino acid substitutions, we determined the binding ability of these mutants. The binding ability of the L6S and I42Q mutants was compared with that of the wild-type (WT). The binding ability of F-P OBP of the WT was not altered by the L6S and I42Q mutant peptides. These data suggest that FP-OBP is insensitive to alterations of amino acid substitutions caused by a site-directed mutagenesis.Q:
I know that boost::numeric::ublas (and ublas) has a nested_vector_property template that is used to provide a nested_vector to a container.
But I don’t understand what one needs to do to make the compiler happy.
I’ve tried this:
using vector_types = boost::numeric::ublas::nested_vector;
The question is, why doesn’t v, an already defined vector of double, have a nested_vector property?
In Boost.UBLAS, std::nested_vector is a typedef to ::boost::numeric::ublas::nested_vector::type. The documentation of nested_vector::type is that the nested_vector::type must have template arguments that include N, whose type is the vector type of the container.
In your case, double doesn’t conform to this criteria so it can’t be used as the N part of the nested_vector<T,