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Email: ali.mortazavi@uci.edu. Applications of genomics, computation, and sequencing technologies to the analysis of transcriptional regulation in development.
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Ali Mortazavi
Integrative Analysis of. ChIP-seq and RNA-seq ENCODE. Tier 1 and Tier 2 data using Self-Organizing Maps. Ali Mortazavi. California Institute of Technology ...
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Signaling to Chromatin. Chair: Ali Mortazavi. 9:00 – 9:30. Axel Imhof (Ludwig-‐ Maximilians-‐Universität, München, Germany). The Replication of Chromatin ...
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Survey computational approaches to cis-element prediction in eukaryotes. Create a framework for testing various cis-element algorithms. (cis-tematic) Identify ways to ...
Effective Management Performance A Competency-Based Perspective
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Scaffolding a de novo genome of Caenorhabditis sp. 3 PS1010 with RNA-seq Ali Mortazavi, Erich M. Schwarz, Brian Williams, Lorian Schaeffer, Igor Antoshechkin, ...
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Effective Management Performance A Competency-Based Perspective
Effective Management Performance A Competency-Based Perspective Ali Shirazi and Saeed Mortazavi The uncertainty and unpredictability of ...
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Mapping and quantifying mammalian transcriptomes by RNA-Seq
Ali Mortazavi1,2, Brian A Williams1,2, Kenneth McCue1, Lorian Schaeffer1 & Barbara Wold1
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Bioinformatics and High Throughput Sequencing
... 10h50 Ali Mortazavi , CalTech, Pasadena, USA Self-organizing maps for analysis and mining of functional genomic data • 10h50 - 11h20 Break • 11h 20 ...
Original article The rheological properties of ketchup as a ...
Seyed Ali Mortazavi 1 & Todor Vasiljevic 3, * 1 Department of Food Science and Technology, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad (FUM), PO Box 91775-1163, Mashhad, Iran

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U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Iranian Human Rights Violators
On 09.30.10 06:00 AM posted by James Phillips Secretary of State Hillary Clinton yesterday announced the imposition of sanctions against eight Iranian officials who were responsible for severe violations of Iranian human rights during the June 2009 government crackdown. The officials included the Commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, Irans Prosecutor General, the Minister of Intelligence, and other key members of Irans police and internal security forces. The sanctions were imposed by an executive order signed yesterday by President Obama that freezes any assets owned by the Iranian officials in the United States, bans their travel to the United States, and prohibits U.S. citizens from engaging in any transactions with them. The Iranians targeted for sanctions are: Mohammad Ali Jafari, Commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corp (IRGC); Sadeq Mahsouli, current Minister of Welfare and Security and former Minister of the Interior; Qolam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejei, current Prosecutor General of Iran and former Minister of Intelligence; Saeed Mortazavi, former Prosecutor-General of Tehran; Heydar Moslehi, Minister of Intelligence; Mostafa Mohammad Najjar, current Minister of the Interior and former Deputy Commander of the Armed Forces for Law Enforcement; Ahmad-Reza Radan, Deputy Chief of Irans National Police; and Hossein Taeb, current Deputy IRGC Commander for Intelligence and former Commander of the IRGCs Basij Forces. The Obama Administration was slow to criticize Irans dictatorship for its human rights abuses during last years violent repression of the opposition Green Movement, which inconveniently occurred during the Administrations early efforts to diplomatically engage the regime. The Administration is now belatedly taking action to penalize the regime for its abhorrent policies. These new sanctions are a good step forward, but why stop at eight culpable officials? There are thousands of Iranian officials that have violated the human rights of Iranian citizens going back to the 1979 revolution. They should not receive a free pass for their crimes. http://blog.heritage.org/2010/09/30/...hts-violators/
UPDATED Iran Exclusive: Rafsanjani Declares I Wont Bear This Situation
EA sources offer further information about the manoeuvres of former President Hashemi Rafsanjani. Two weeks ago Rafsanjani had separate meetings with Speaker of Parliament Ali Larijani and the head of Irans judiciary, Sadegh Larijani. In the latter meeting, the following topics were discussed: 1. Investigation of the accusations by President Ahmadinejad and his Government against Rafsanjani and his family; 2. The return of Mehdi Hashemi, Rafsanjanis son, from London the Government has said Mehdi Hashemi faces arrest and trial on charges of fraud and election manipulation if he comes back to Iran; 3. The claims of Hamza Karami, Rafsanjanis former aide, and other political prisoners about abuses and torture; 4. Issues surrounding Islamic Azad University, in which Rafsanjani has a leading role President Ahmadinejad has been trying to assert his control of Irans largest university system. Meanwhile, the Supreme Leader sent a message to Rafsanjani last week, telling him to participate in Fridays prayers for Eid al-Fitr, the ceremony at the end of Ramadan. Rafsanjani said, however, that he would only participate in the prayers, led by Ayatollah Khamenei, and not in meetings where Ahmadinejad was speaking (such as last Fridays prayers at Tehran University). Rafsanjani said that Ahmadinejad is arrogant and has not attended any of the Assembly of Experts meetings in the last two years. (That allegation is repeated today in both Ali Larijanis Khabar Online and Tabnak, linked to Mohsen Rezaei, Secretary of the Expediency Council.) Iran Exclusive: The Escalating Battle With Ahmadinejad Sources inside Iran have provided new information about the recent political manoeuvres of former President Hashemi Rafsanjani, dramatically altering our assessment of his relationship with the Supreme Leader and others in the Iranian system. Our reading over the last month has been that Rafsanjani has aligned himself with Ayatollah Khamenei, giving himself both some leverage against the President and protection against attacks from his foes within the establishment. Publicly this has been displayed by Rafsanjanis support for the Supreme Leaders message of unity: the former President joined the Qods Day march last Friday to chants of loyalty to Khamenei and praise for Hashemi. Rafsanjani has also devoted his recent statements, for example as head of the Expediency Council, to strident denunciation of the US and the West rather than comments on the internal situation. Specifically, we thought that a key element of the alignment with Khamenei came through action on the post-election abuses. Last month Rafsanjani personally brought the case files of prisoners who had been mistreated to the Supreme Leader, and he insisted on hand-delivering a letter about the systematic abuse of Hamzeh Karami his long-time secretary, managing editor of theJomhouriat website, and senior official at Islamic Azad University to Khamenei. Days later, Irans judiciary suspended three officials from their posts for connections with the post-election abuses and killings at Kahrizak Prison. One of those officials was Saeed Mortazavi, Tehran Prosecutor General in 2009 and now an aide to the President. Mortazavi had been a primary target for conservatives who were unhappy with Ahmadinejads handling of the post-election crisis, so we took the move as a sign that the Supreme Leader was listening to their complaints. Our sources, however, bring us a far different narrative, one that points to serious disputes all the way to the top of the Iranian system. When Rafsanjani brought the Karami letter to Khamenei, he told the Supreme Leader, I come here by myself because I am sure your office does not care about the detainees. Khamenei did not take the bait, however. He refused to look at the letter in front of Hashemi, saying he would read it later. That in itself would seem a minor rebuff, given the broader public signals that followed. It is what happened next that raises eyebrows. Rafsanjani took his disappointment to a private gathering of officials of his Kargozaran (Executives of Construction) party. His declaration was clear, I will not bear this situation. I will begin my opposition against everybody. It is possible, of course, that Rafsanjani was still caught up in the heat of anger, but given his lengthy political experience and his pragmatic approach, it is very unlikely that he spoke from impulse. (Sources support this.) What may be more important is the question of whether the former President can do anything. One of our top EA correspondents has evaluated, going back to last Qods Day, that Rafsanjanis power within the system is diminished and that he can do little to confront Ahmadinejad. Another EA correspondent, however, thinks Rafsanjani still has key bases for action. He is head of both the Assembly of Experts and the Expediency Council. For now, he has fended off the Presidents effort to wrest away control of the Islamic Azad University, Irans largest, which is still a Rafsanjani stronghold. And this correspondent thinks that Rafsanjani still has an appeal for the Iranian people, who are looking for a way out of the political quagmire and economic stagnation. We shall see if Rafsanjani makes a move and how much he and his allies can do. Meanwhile, the episode may say just as much about Ayatollah Khamenei. Rafsanjanis wider message when he took the Karami letter to the Supreme Leader was clear: read it and put Ahmadinejad behind you. Khamenei would not go that far. And that is indicative of the Supreme Leaders recent manoeuvres (and indeed those going back to the dispute over the Ahmadinejad Cabinet and control of ministries last summer) with his troublesome President. Khamenei will issue public rebukes, as he just did over Ahmadinejads appointment of special envoys for foreign policy. However, those rebukes do not necessarily keep the President in check. Last summer Ahmadinejad, forced by the Supreme Leader to withdraw the appointment of his close ally Esfandiar Rahim-Mashai as 1st Vice President, soon brought Rahim-Mashai back into his office as Chief of Staff. And the special envoys have not disappeared yet, despite the anger of the Foreign Ministry. More on this much more later this week
Iran Snap Analysis: Washington's Rights-First Approach to Sanctions?
More than a year after EA correspondents and readers debated a rights-first, rather than a nuclear-first approach, to sanctions, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Secretary of Treasury Timothy Geithner have put out that line: The Obama administration is adding eight Iranian officials to a financial blacklist for what the administration says were their roles inhumanrightsviolationsfollowing the disputed June 2009 presidential election. The Treasury and State departments jointly announced on Wednesday that the sanctions order had been signed by President Barack Obama. The order blocks any assets in the U.S. held by the eight Iranians and prohibits Americans from doing business with them. Among the eight Iranians is Mohammad Ali Jafari,commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corp. The administration said that forces under his command participated in beatings, murder and arbitrary arrests of peaceful protesters in the aftermath of the Iranian election. The White House has issued accompanying statement: As the president noted in his recent address to the United Nations General Assembly, human rights are a matter of moral and pragmatic necessity for the United States. The United States will always stand with those in Iran who aspire to have their voices heard. We will be a voice for those aspirations that are universal, and we continue to call upon the Iranian government to respect the rights of its people.... This order provides the United States with new tools to target human rights abuses engaged in by officials of the government of Iran. In addition to Jafari, the individuals targeted are: Sadeq Mahsouli, the current Minister of Welfare and Security Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejei, former Minister of Interior and now Iran Prosecutor-General Saeed Mortazavi, former Tehran Prosecutor General and now a Presidential aide Heydar Moslehi, Minister of Intelligence Mostafa Mohammad Najjar, Minister of Interior Ahmad-Reza Radan, deputy chief of Iran's National Police Hossein Taeb, former commander of the Basij commander and current deputy commander for Intelligence for the Revolutionary Guard
UPDATED Iran Exclusive: Rafsanjani Meets with Larijanis to Discuss Moves Against President
EA sources offer further information about the manoeuvres of former President Hashemi Rafsanjani. Two weeks ago Rafsanjani had separate meetings with Speaker of Parliament Ali Larijani and the head of Iran's judiciary, Sadegh Larijani. In the latter meeting, the following topics were discussed: 1. Investigation of the accusations by President Ahmadinejad and his Government against Rafsanjani and his family;2. The return of Mehdi Hashemi, Rafsanjani's son, from London --- the Government has said Mehdi Hashemi faces arrest and trial on charges of fraud and election manipulation if he comes back to Iran;3. The claims of Hamza Karami, Rafsanjani's former aide, and other political prisoners about abuses and torture;4. Issues surrounding Islamic Azad University, in which Rafsanjani has a leading role --- President Ahmadinejad has been trying to assert his control of Iran's largest university system. Meanwhile, the Supreme Leader sent a message to Rafsanjani last week, telling him to participate in Friday's prayers for Eid al-Fitr, the ceremony at the end of Ramadan. Rafsanjani said, however, that he would only participate in the prayers, led by Ayatollah Khamenei, and not in meetings where Ahmadinejad was speaking (such as last Friday's prayers at Tehran University). Rafsanjani said that Ahmadinejad is arrogant and has not attended any of the Assembly of Experts meetings in the last two years. (That allegation is repeated today in both Ali Larijani's Khabar Online andTabnak, linked to Mohsen Rezaei, Secretary of the Expediency Council.) Iran Exclusive: The Escalating Battle With Ahmadinejad ORIGINAL POST (7 September): Sources inside Iran have provided new information about the recent political manoeuvres of former President Hashemi Rafsanjani, dramatically altering our assessment of his relationship with the Supreme Leader and others in the Iranian system. Our reading over the last month has been that Rafsanjani has aligned himself with Ayatollah Khamenei, giving himself both some leverage against the President and protection against attacks from his foes within the establishment. Publicly this has been displayed by Rafsanjani's support for the Supreme Leader's message of "unity": the former President joined the Qods Day march last Friday to chants of loyalty to Khamenei and praise for Hashemi. Rafsanjani has also devoted his recent statements, for example as head of the Expediency Council, to strident denunciation of the US and the "West" rather than comments on the internal situation. Specifically, we thought that a key element of the alignment with Khamenei came through action on the post-election abuses. Last month Rafsanjani personally brought the case files of prisoners who had been mistreated to the Supreme Leader, and he insisted on hand-delivering a letter about the systematic abuse of Hamzeh Karami --- his long-time secretary, managing editor of theJomhouriat website, and senior official at Islamic Azad University --- to Khamenei. Days later, Iran's judiciary suspended three officials from their posts for connections with the post-election abuses and killings at Kahrizak Prison. One of those officials was Saeed Mortazavi, Tehran Prosecutor General in 2009 and now an aide to the President. Mortazavi had been a primary target for conservatives who were unhappy with Ahmadinejad's handling of the post-election crisis, so we took the move as a sign that the Supreme Leader was listening to their complaints. Our sources, however, bring us a far different narrative, one that points to serious disputes all the way to the top of the Iranian system. When Rafsanjani brought the Karami letter to Khamenei, he told the Supreme Leader, "I come here by myself because I am sure your office does not care" about the detainees. Khamenei did not take the bait, however. He refused to look at the letter in front of Hashemi, saying he would read it later. That in itself would seem a minor rebuff, given the broader public signals that followed.It is what happened next that raises eyebrows. Rafsanjani took his disappointment to a private gathering of officials of his Kargozaran (Executives of Construction) party. His declaration was clear, "I will not bear this situation. I will begin my opposition against everybody." It is possible, of course, that Rafsanjani was still caught up in the heat of anger, but given his lengthy political experience and his pragmatic approach, it is very unlikely that he spoke from impulse. (Sources support this.) What may be more important is the question of whether the former President can do anything. One of our top EA correspondents has evaluated, going back to last Qods Day, that Rafsanjani's power within the system is diminished and that he can do little to confront Ahmadinejad. Another EA correspondent, however, thinks Rafsanjani still has key bases for action. He is head of both the Assembly of Experts and the Expediency Council. For now, he has fended off the President's effort to wrest away control of the Islamic Azad University, Iran's largest, which is still a Rafsanjani stronghold. And this correspondent thinks that Rafsanjani still has an appeal for the Iranian people, who are looking for a way out of the political quagmire and economic stagnation. We shall see if Rafsanjani makes a move and how much he and his allies can do. Meanwhile, the episode may say just as much about Ayatollah Khamenei. Rafsanjani's wider message when he took the Karami letter to the Supreme Leader was clear: read it and put Ahmadinejad behind you. Khamenei would not go that far. And that is indicative of the Supreme Leader's recent manoeuvres (and indeed those going back to the dispute over the Ahmadinejad Cabinet and control of ministries last summer) with his troublesome President. Khamenei will issue public rebukes, as he just did over Ahmadinejad's appointment of special envoys for foreign policy. However, those rebukes do not necessarily keep the President in check. Last summer Ahmadinejad, forced by the Supreme Leader to withdraw the appointment of his close ally Esfandiar Rahim-Mashai as 1st Vice President, soon brought Rahim-Mashai back into his office as Chief of Staff. And the special envoys have not disappeared yet, despite the anger of the Foreign Ministry. More on this --- much more --- later this week...
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Discontinuous Deformation Analysis
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Outline of chess
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Football Association of Iranian Club
Officials : General Secretary: Ali Mohammad Mortazavi. Councilor: Kazem Oliaei. Media Officer: Mohammadreza Tehrani. Treasurer: Abdolrahim Farid ...
Football Federation Islamic Republic of Iran
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Futsal at the 2009 Asian Indoor Games
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Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
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