Huyen Thi Pham

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Mitogen-activated protein kinases (MPKs) are involved in a number of signaling pathways that control plant development and stress tolerance via the phosphorylation of target molecules. However, so far only a limited number of target molecules have been identified. Here, we provide evidence that MYB41 represents a new target of MPK6. MYB41 interacts with(More)
Three consecutive patients with the severe phenotype of leukocyte adhesion deficiency characterized by a defective expression of LFA-1, Mac-1 (CR3), and p150.95 on leukocytes have received HLA partially incompatible bone marrow transplantation (BMT). The degree of HLA incompatibility between related donors and recipients was 2 HLA antigens in one and one(More)
BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES Anemia is a significant public health concern, especially among women and young children. An improved understanding of the complex etiology of anemia is crucial for developing appropriate prevention strategies. This paper examines the determinants of anemia in a large sample of Vietnamese women of reproductive age (WRA). METHODS We(More)
This paper presents an efficient implementation of a parallel block-layered nonbinary quasi-cyclic low-density parity-check (NB-QC-LDPC) decoder on a graphics processing unit (GPU) to achieve significant improvements in both flexibility and scalability. An efficient block-layered scheme and a data structure suitable for parallel computing are proposed to(More)
A study of specific and non-specific immune functions was performed in 14 children presenting with severe malnutrition, before and after parenteral hyperalimentation by central catheter. Anomalies of cellular functions (reduction of the percentage of E rosettes and deficient proliferation with mitogens) were rarely found. Measurements for serum(More)
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