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  • Serine-arginine protein kinases (SPRKs) constitute a relatively novel subfamily of serine-threonine kinases that specifically phosphorylate serine residues residing in serine-arginine⁄arginine-serine dipeptide motifs. Fifteen years of research subsequent to the purification and cloning of human SRPK1 as a SR splicing factor-phosphorylating protein have lead to the accumulation...

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  • As an extremely large number of network equipment are installed by telecom carriers to build a mobile communications network, there is a significant number of NEs that affect communication services because of faults. It is important to monitor network equipments 24 hours a day to ensure the stable provision of high-quality services. Operation And Maintenance (OAM) by the Operation System (OpS) is therefore essential in communication networks nowadays. Hitherto, mobile carriers had to resort to labor-intensive means to maintain the service quality whenever the network was expanded....

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  • This book distils years of work on the mobile telecommunications industry. I became interested in this industry for professional reasons during the mid-1990s, a period when the industry was making the jump from a premium service industry for mostly professional users to a truly mass market. In my capacity as an applied industrial organisation economist, I had the unique opportunity of evaluating the business plans and strategies of a large number of mobile telecommunications firms inside and outside Europe.

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  • The Tesla plant in Lanskroun, Czech Republic, was the only producer of capacitors in Czechoslovakia, and of machinery for that purpose. After central planning was abolished, AVX Kyocera gradually took over the plant and a process of selective restructuring took place. The combination of gradual change and a positive outlook for the long-term viability of operations encouraged many former employees (the average qualification level was high) to set up their own small supplier firms for AVX Kyocera. After a few years, these local suppliers were able to compete with Japanese suppliers.

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  • There has been much previous work on node localization and event detection [6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16] , includ- ing foundational work on theoretical lower bounds [17, 18]. Sex- tant differentiates itself from this body of work in several ways. First, it does not assume uniform transmission radii (i.e.

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  • New specialties sometimes combine with the traditional fields and form new branches - for example Earth Systems Engineering and Management involves a wide range of subject areas including anthropology, engineering, environmental science, ethics and philosophy. A new or emerging area of application will commonly be defined temporarily as a permutation or subset of existing disciplines; there is often gray area as to when a given sub-field becomes large and/or prominent enough to warrant classification as a new "branch.

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  • Chemical engineering, like its counterpart mechanical engineering, developed in the nineteenth century during the Industrial Revolution.[3] Industrial scale manufacturing demanded new materials and new processes and by 1880 the need for large scale production of chemicals was such that a new industry was created, dedicated to the development and large scale manufacturing of chemicals in new industrial plants.[3] The role of the chemical engineer was the design of these chemical plants and processes.[3]...

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: Indoor localization based on cellular telephony RSSI fingerprints containing very large numbers of carriers

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  • Tenure legislation also is often blind or hostile to the traditional claims of indigenous communities and disregards their natural resource management systems and rights. Policies fostering the colonisation of indigenous areas – sometimes to divert pressure for land reform effectively encourage colonists to treat land occupied by indigenous communities as “open-access”. 7 State policies have also had a significant impact on the property regimes governing large- scale grazing lands, and consequently on pastoralists’ livelihoods.

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  • Conferences in the medical or pharmaceutical sectors often attract lucrative sponsorship from pharmaceutical and medical equipment companies keen to promote their products and these events usually have valuable commercial exhibitions attached. The commercial sponsors will often host groups of their top clients in whichever specialist field and prepare a luxury programme for them. These groups can make up as much as 75% of the delegates attending a conference and there is competition between the companies to provide quality programmes for their delegates e.g.

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  • The EU economy continues to deal with a difficult post-financial crisis correction, which bears heavily on its growth and employment performance. This forecast has been prepared against a mixed background of mostly disappointing hard data and survey indicators since our spring forecast, encouraging signs of progressing economic adjustment in Member States and important policy advances.

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  • The size and value effects have been studied by financial economists for years. As indicated above, researchers who first discovered the effects considered them inefficiencies. One explanation is offered by behavioral finance economists. Investors overemphasize their own skill, especially when it comes to their ability to predict the future earnings growth of individual companies.

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  • The LC8 family members of dynein light chains (DYNLL1 and DYNLL2 in vertebrates) are highly conserved ubiquitous eukaryotic homodimer pro-teins that interact, besides dynein and myosin 5a motor proteins, with a large (and still incomplete) number of proteins involved in diverse biologi-cal functions.

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  • In some of the countries, the lack of active saving is also a concern, although here there are large variations by country. In Hungary just 27% had been saving in the previous 12 months whilst in Malaysia almost everyone had done so (97%). In all, only three countries found that more than 80% of their population were actively saving. The likelihood of setting long term goals also varies by country: more than 7 in 10 Peruvians reported that they did set long term goals, compared with just 3 in 10 Albanians. Whilst borrowing to make ends meet is not widespread,...

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  • Self-sustained oscillations are perhaps the most studied objects in science. The accomplishment of such a task reliably and accurately requires the presence of specific control mechanisms to face the presence of variable and largely unpredictable environmental stimuli and noise.

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  • Membrane proteins are highly underrepresented in structural data banks due to tremendous difficulties that occur upon approaching their structural analysis. Inefficient sample preparation from conventional cellular expres-sion systems is in many cases the first major bottleneck.

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  • The polyamines putrescine, spermidine and spermine are organic cations shown to participate in a bewildering num-ber of cellular reactions, yet their exact functions in inter-mediary metabolism and specific interactions with cellular components remain largely elusive. Pharmacological inter-ventions have demonstrated convincingly that a steady supply of these compounds is a prerequisite for cell prolif-eration to occur.

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  • Translocation through the plasma membrane is a major limiting step for the cellular delivery of macromolecules. A promising strategy to overcome this problem consists in the chemical conjugation (or fusion) to cell penetrating peptides (CPP) derived from proteins able to cross the plasma membrane. A large number of di€erent cargo mol-ecules such as oligonucleotides, peptides, peptide nucleic acids, proteins or even nanoparticles have been internalized in cells by this strategy.

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  • Electrification of workers' villages is strongly recommended. Water supplies from a single surface source for the whole development including the oi l palm mil l and from strategically sited groups of tube wells have been costed. An emergency system of suit- ably capped shallow wells is provided near each estate workers' village. CAMDEV has its own source of seed for improved planting material.

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  • The modelling of traffic flow using methods and models from physics has a long history. In recent years especially cellular automata models have allowed for large-scale simulations of large traffic networks faster than real time. On the other hand, these systems are interesting for physicists since they allow to observe genuine nonequilibrium effects. Here the current status of cellular automata models for traffic flow is reviewed with special emphasis on nonequilibrium effects (e.g. phase transitions) induced by on- and off-ramps.

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