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It is difficult to study the genetic basis of psychological function/dysfunction due to its etiological complexity. Instead, we studied a biological marker, EEG power, which is associated with various psychological phenotypes and is closer to gene function. Previous studies have consistently demonstrated high heritability of EEG band power, but less is(More)
The perceived bitterness intensity for bitter solutions of propylthiouracil (PROP), sucrose octa-acetate (SOA), quinine HCl and caffeine were examined in a genetically informative sample of 392 females and 313 males (mean age of 17.8 +/- 3.1 years), including 62 monozygotic and 131 dizygotic twin pairs and 237 sib pairs. Broad-sense heritabilities were(More)
Seventy-four pairs of monozygotic (identical) twins and 35 pairs of dizygotic (fraternal) twins provided recognition thresholds (modified Harris-Kalmus test) for the sourness of citric acid and the saltiness of sodium chloride during the Twins Days Festival in Twinsburg, OH. Variance components (ACE) models were applied to the data: total variation =(More)
OBJECTIVE/HYPOTHESIS Self-ratings of olfactory function often correlates poorly with results of objective smell tests. We explored these ratings relative to self-rating of odor annoyance, to odor identification ability, and to mean perceived intensity of odors, and estimated relative genetic and environmental contributions to these traits. PARTICIPANTS(More)
Human genes encoding odorant receptors have been identified, but the contribution of genetic effects to total variation in specific odor perceptions is largely unknown. We estimated the relative contributions of genetic and environmental effects to variation in the perceived intensity and pleasantness of cinnamon, chocolate, turpentine, and isovaleric acid(More)
Synthetic biology often takes cues from complex natural networks and pathways to create novel biological systems. The design modalities used in synthetic systems generally follow the different classes of gene regulation in cells such as transcriptional, post-transcriptional and post-translational regulation. The latter class is most prominent in cell(More)
Many implementations of RSA signatures and decryption use the Chinese Remainder Theorem to speed up the computation of M d modN. This may enable attacks that utilize hardware faults, making it possible to calculate the prime factors of N. For this project, we aim to give a tutorial on Hardware Fault Attacks on RSA with CRT, based on [1]. We will first give(More)
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