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As neuroprosthetic control systems continue to advance and increase in channel density, there will be a constant need to deliver data at higher bandwidths in and out of the body. Currently, RF telemetry and inductive coupling are the most commonly used methods for transmitting power and electronic data between implants and external systems, and state of the(More)
The yeast-like fungus Cryptococcus neoformans favours respiration as a mechanism of energy production, and thus depends heavily on mitochondrial function. Previous studies of a C. neoformans vad1Delta mutant revealed reduced expression of the mitochondrial elongation factor TUF1 and defects in glycerol utilization, consistent with mitochondrial dysfunction.(More)
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