Gearold R. Johnson

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The expression of three epidermal growth factor (EGF)-related peptides, transforming growth factor alpha (TGF-alpha), amphiregulin (AR) and cripto-1 (CR-1), was examined by immunocytochemistry (ICC) in 68 primary infiltrating ductal (IDCs) and infiltrating lobular breast carcinomas (ILCs), and in 23 adjacent non-involved human mammary tissue samples. Within(More)
Genetic algorithms are a robust adaptive optimization technique based on a biological paradigm. They perform efficient search on poorly-defined spaces by maintaining an ordered pool of strings that represent regions in the search space. New strings are produced from existing strings using the genetic-based operators of recombination and mutation. Combining(More)
A new mechanism is being developed for expanding international exposure for undergraduate engineering and computer science students in the United States, using information technology and distance learning techniques. Technical students in the United States, in a few instances, have begun working on projects with similar students in other countries via(More)
BACKGROUND In a genome-wide scan (GWS) of 175 multiplex prostate cancer (PCa) families from the University of Michigan Prostate Cancer Genetics Project (PCGP), linkage was observed to markers on chromosome 17q21-24, a region that includes two breast cancer susceptibility genes, BRCA1 and BRIP1. BRIP1 is a Fanconi anaemia gene (FANCJ) that interacts with the(More)
GEN is a set of Fortran program writer modules designed to generate microcomputer assemblers and simulators. It is simple enough to be used by those with limited architecture and programming backgrounds yet flexible and powerful enough to generate efficient and well-structured assemblers and simulators for microcomputes sophisticated tectures and(More)
The National Technological University was created in 1984 as a cooperative effort by many major engineering and management colleges in the United States for the graduate and continuing education needs of busy engineers, technical professionals and managers. Today, 52 university campuses are linked by 16 channels of new MPEG2/DVB compressed digital video(More)
ASM/GEN and SIM/GEN are a software system comprised of a set of independent FORTRAN program writer modules designed to generate micro computer and small minicomputer assemblers and simulators. It is simple enough to be used by those with limited architecture and programming backgrounds, but flexible and powerful enough to generate efficient and(More)
In the past, vector supercomputers achieved high performance with long arithmetic pipelines coupled with fast scalar processors. Processor speed has increased at a rate greater than memory speed. Indeed, current vector processors have cycle times far faster than the memories they are connected to. When compilers can predict memory access patterns, they(More)