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Mutations in the human retinal degeneration slow gene in autosomal dominant retinitis pigmentosa
THE murine retinal degeneration slow (rds) gene is a semidominant mutation with a phenotype having rod and cone photoreceptors that develop abnormally and then slowly degenerate1–3. The phenotype isExpand
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A null mutation in the human peripherin/RDS gene in a family with autosomal dominant retinitis punctata albescens
The murine rds (retinal degeneration slow) allele is a semidominant null allele that causes photoreceptor degeneration. The wild–type sequence at the rds locus encodes a photoreceptor disc membraneExpand
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Computational Design of Azo-anthraquinone Schiff Base Mn Complexes as Mediators for Biofuel Cell Cathode
The cathode of biofuel cell reduces molecular oxygen to water using four electrons, an enzyme of multicopper oxidase family, laccase, is contained, though its electron transfer efficiency from theExpand
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Mechanism for the Singlet to Triplet Superconductivity Crossover in Quasi-One-Dimensional Organic Conductors
Superconductivity of quasi-one-dimensional organic conductors with a quarter-filled band is investigated using the two-loop renormalization group approach to the extended Hubbard model for which bothExpand
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Boron Observation in p-Type Silicon Device by Spherical Aberration Corrected Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope
The boron detection in p-type metal oxide silicon (MOS) device had long been pursued with electron microscopy based analytical tools, but was not successful because of weak signal and interferenceExpand
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Magnetic Susceptibility from Spin Density Wave State to Superconducting State in Quasi-one-dimensional Conductors
Magnetic susceptibility has been examined when the crossover from the spin-density-wave to the superconducting state occurs in quasi-one-dimensional conductors with decreasing temperature. The 2-loopExpand
Photo-Tunable Azobenzene-Anthraquinone Schiff Base Copper Complexes as Mediators for Laccase in Biofuel Cell Cathode
tl;dr
Bacterial laccase, a multi-copper oxidase, was used in the cathodic compartment of the enzymatic biofuel cells because of its low redox potential. Expand