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High-Level Synthesis for FPGAs: From Prototyping to Deployment
- J. Cong, B. Liu, S. Neuendorffer, J. Noguera, K. Vissers, Zhiru Zhang
- Computer ScienceIEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of…
- 1 April 2011
AutoESL's AutoPilot HLS tool coupled with domain-specific system-level implementation platforms developed by Xilinx are used as an example to demonstrate the effectiveness of state-of-art C-to-FPGA synthesis solutions targeting multiple application domains.
Validation of internal control for gene expression study in soybean by quantitative real-time PCR
Based on the results from geNorm and ΔCt analysis, ELF1B and CYP2 could be used as internal controls to normalize gene expression in soybean, while UBQ10 and G6PD should be avoided.
NADPH Oxidase Mediates Lipopolysaccharide-induced Neurotoxicity and Proinflammatory Gene Expression in Activated Microglia*
The dual neurotoxic functions of microglial NADPH oxidase are demonstrated: 1) the production of extracellular ROS that is toxic to dopamine neurons and 2) the amplification of proinflammatory gene expression and associated neurotoxicity.
GreenTE: Power-aware traffic engineering
- Mingui Zhang, Cheng Yi, B. Liu, Beichuan Zhang
- Computer Science, BusinessIEEE International Conference on Network…
- 5 October 2010
This paper proposes an intra-domain traffic engineering mechanism, GreenTE, which maximizes the number of links that can be put into sleep under given performance constraints such as link utilization and packet delay.
Arabidopsis cryptochrome 1 interacts with SPA1 to suppress COP1 activity in response to blue light.
- B. Liu, Zecheng Zuo, Hongtao Liu, Xuanming Liu, Chentao Lin
- Biology, Environmental ScienceGenes & development
- 15 May 2011
It is reported here that Arabidopsis blue-light receptor cryptochrome 1 (CRY1) undergoes blue- light-dependent interaction with the COP1-interacting protein SPA1 (SUPPRESSOR of PHYTOCHROME A), consistent with a hypothesis that photoexcited CRY1 interacts with SPA2 to modulate COP1 activity and plant development.
Identification of an Atlantic salmon IFN multigene cluster encoding three IFN subtypes with very different expression properties.
Scalable Name Lookup in NDN Using Effective Name Component Encoding
- Yi Wang, Keqiang He, Yan Chen
- Computer ScienceIEEE 32nd International Conference on Distributed…
- 18 June 2012
An effective Name Component Encoding (NCE) solution with the following two techniques is proposed: a code allocation mechanism is developed to achieve memory-efficient encoding for name components and an improved State Transition Arrays are applied to accelerate the longest name prefix matching.
Loss of Function of OsDCL1 Affects MicroRNA Accumulation and Causes Developmental Defects in Rice1[w]
All miRNAs tested were greatly reduced in OsDCL1IR but notOsDCL4IR transformants, indicating that OsD CL1 plays a critical role in miRNA processing in rice, and the production of siRNA from transgenic inverted repeats and endogenous CentO regions were not affected in either OsDcl1IR or OsDCl4IRtransformants, suggesting that the production is via distinct OsDCRs.
Roles of DCL4 and DCL3b in rice phased small RNA biogenesis.
RNA ligase-mediated 5' rapid amplification of cDNA ends and parallel analysis of RNA ends (PARE)/degradome analysis confirmed that most of the 21- and 24-nucleotide phased small RNA clusters were initiated from the target sites of miR2118 and miR2275, respectively.
Wire Speed Name Lookup: A GPU-based Approach
- Yi Wang, Yuan Zu, Di Yang
- Computer Science, BusinessSymposium on Networked Systems Design and…
- 2 April 2013
The GPU-based name lookup engine can achieve 63.52M searches per second lookup throughput on large-scale name tables containing millions of name entries with a strict constraint of no more than the telecommunication level 100µs per-packet lookup latency.