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Repositioning Dasatinib, Atorvastatin, and BMS-936557 for treatment of transplant rejection

A team of Stanford researchers have discovered that Atorvastatin, Dasatinib, and BMS-936557 target core immune response genes and could be repositioned to treat acute organ transplant rejection. This work is based on identification of the targets through ...
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Speculative Reservation Protocol

Congestion caused by hot-spot traffic can significantly degrade the performance of a computer network. Addressing this issue, Stanford researchers have developed a network congestion-control mechanism based on a speculative reservation protocol (SRP). Th...
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