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Epidermal growth factor (EGF) mutants for wound healing and tissue engineering

A team of Stanford engineers have identified first-in-class epidermal growth factor (EGF) mutants with enhanced activity. These mutants can stimulate increased EGF receptor activation at 10-fold lower concentrations than wild-type EGF. They were identifi...
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Power Controlled Multiple Access (PCMA) in Wireless Communication Networks

Stanford researchers have developed novel systems and methods for power-controlled shared channel access in wireless networks supporting packetized data traffic. They have designed a new family of distributed and asynchronous Power Controlled Multiple Ac...
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