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Trichothiodystrophy (TTD) is a rare multisystem disorder, characterized by sulfur-deficient hair with alternating dark and light "tiger tail" banding on polarized light microscopy. TTD is caused by mutations in DNA repair/transcription genes XPD, XPB or TTDA, and in TTDN1, a gene of unknown function. Although most of the TTD patients are photosensitive,(More)
Gene expression profiling can be useful for phenotypic classification, investigation of functional pathways, and to facilitate the search for disease risk genes through the integration of transcriptional data with available genomic information. To enhance our understanding of the genetic and molecular basis of basal cell carcinoma (BCC) we performed global(More)
AlGaN/GaN HEMTs with a gate length of 0.125 µm were stressed at Class AB condition, 10 GHz under 3 dB compression for up to 350 hours. Devices exhibited excellent RF stability up to a drain bias of 20 V. Rapid degradation was observed for a drain bias of 25 V. Substantial Schottky contact degradation was observed for all three bias conditions.(More)
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