D.Vijaya Kumar

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The liver fluke, Fasciola hepatica relies on a well-developed muscular system, not only for attachment, but for many aspects of its biology. Despite this, little is known about the system beyond the gross organization of the main somatic muscle layers. In the present study, a range of techniques have been applied to F. hepatica in order to understand more(More)
Fibres isolated from the ventral sucker of Fasciola hepatica were identified as muscle on the basis of their contractility, and their actin and myosin staining. They were voltage-clamped at a holding potential of -40 mV and depolarization-activated outward currents were characterized both electrophysiologically and pharmacologically. Activation was well(More)
— This paper presents a spin-transfer torque-magnetic tunnel junction (STT-MTJ) based non-volatile 9-transistor (9T) SRAM cell. The cell achieves low power dissipation due to its series connected MTJ elements and read buffer which offer stacking effect. The paper studies the impact of PVT (process, voltage, and temperature) variations on the design metric(More)
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