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Long noncoding RNAs disclosing cell cycle status and overcoming cancer chemotherapy resistance

Researchers in Prof. Howard Chang’s laboratory have identified a group of long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) that mark specific phases of the cell cycle and are involved in DNA damage repair. Further, the lncRNA called PANDA blocks cell death and its inhibit...
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Target Tracking System

This patented method enables a mobile observer robot to track an unpredictable moving target in an unknown indoor environment cluttered by obstacles. The algorithm computes a motion strategy based exclusively on current sensor information in real time –...
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