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Autoinflammatory Blau syndrome (BS) is associated with NOD2 gene mutations that lead to constitutive NFκB activation. NOD2 functions as an intracellular receptor for the muramyl dipeptide (MDP) component of peptidoglycan (PGN). The objectives of this study are to analyse whether NFκB activation in BS affects immune cell functions, and whether NOD2 and(More)
Flavonoids are assumed to exert beneficial effects in different types of cancers at high concentrations. Yet, their molecular mechanisms of action remain unknown. The present study aimed to examine the effect of quercetin on proliferation and apoptosis in HER2-expressing breast cancer cells. The anti-proliferative effects of quercetin were examined by(More)
This paper explores the possible connection between knowledge management (KM) and process innovation (that is, BPR). Although these two seem to be popular themes in management innovation literatures, there is not so much endeavor to discuss these together. On the one hand, knowledge management has been treated as a trendy management fad that is mainly(More)
Meaningful logos or random sequences have been used in the current digital watermarking techniques of 2D bar code. The meaningful logos can not only be created by copyright holders based on their unique information, but are also very effective when representing their copyrights. The random sequences enhance the security of the watermark for verifying one's(More)
Recurrent Neural Network Language Models (RNNLMs) have started to be used in various fields of speech recognition due to their outstanding performance. However, the high computational complexity of RNNLMs has been a hurdle in applying the RNNLM to a real-time Large Vocabulary Continuous Speech Recognition (LVCSR). In order to accelerate the speed of(More)