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Mitochondrial aldehyde dehydrogenase 2*2 (ALDH2*2) knock-in gene targeting mice-an experimental model for a prevalent human genetic disorder in East Asians

A common dominant negative allele, Aldh2*2, exists in the human population. The ALDH2*2 mutant retains only about 1-3% of the enzymatic activity of a corresponding wild-type ALDH2 and affects >40% of the East Asian population (including Japanese, Chinese,...
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Exploiting Spatial Degrees of Freedom in MIMO Cognitive Radio Systems

Stanford researchers have proposed two learning techniques for MIMO secondary users (SU) to spatially coexist with Primary Users (PU). Today, most of the spectrum is allocated to primary users for exclusive use. The proposed techniques will enable additi...
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