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- Kevin G. Ford
- The International migration review
- 1990

"This paper analyzes census data on the fertility of U.S. immigrants to study trends in fertility after migration. The results showed that immigrant fertility may rise after arrival in the new… (More)

- Kevin G. Ford
- 2006

In this note we prove only the important special case (1.1), omitting the parts of the argument required for other cases. In addition, we present an alternate proof, dating from 2002, of the lower… (More)

- A. Mcnamara, Paul J. Hurd, Alexander E. F. Smith, Kevin G. Ford
- Nucleic acids research
- 2002

DNA methylation is now seen as a primary signal in the cell for mediating transcriptional repression through chromatin formation. The construction and evaluation of enzymes capable of influencing… (More)

- Alexander Edward Smith, Paul J. Hurd, Andrew J. Bannister, Tony Kouzarides, Kevin G. Ford
- The Journal of biological chemistry
- 2008

The ability to exogenously impose targeted epigenetic changes in the genome represents an attractive route for the simulation of genomic de novo epigenetic events characteristic of some diseases and… (More)

- Kevin G. Ford
- 2008

ABSTRACT. We study the distribution of prime chains, which are sequences p1, . . . , pk of primes for which pj+1 ≡ 1 (mod pj) for each j. We first give conditional upper bounds on the length of… (More)

- Kevin G. Ford
- 2007

We give sharp, uniform estimates for the probability that the empirical distribution function for n uniform-[0, 1] random variables stays to one side of a given line.

- Kevin G. Ford
- 2014

In this paper, we show that the counting function of the set of values of the Carmichael λ-function is x/(log x), where η = 1 − (1 + log log 2)/(log 2) = 0.08607 . . ..

- Kevin G. Ford
- 2004

If a sequence (an) of non-negative real numbers has “best possible” distribution in arithmetic progressions, Bombieri showed that one can deduce an asymptotic formula for the sum ∑ n≤x anΛk(n) for k… (More)

- Alexander E. F. Smith, Kevin G. Ford
- Nucleic acids research
- 2005

Oct-4 is a POU domain transcription factor that is critical for maintaining pluripotency and for stem cell renewal. Previous studies suggest that transcription regulation by Oct-4 at particular… (More)

- Kevin G. Ford
- 2007

(1.2) log2 pj ≤ αj + β (1 ≤ j ≤ ω(n)), where α ≥ 0 and log2 y denotes log log y. The distribution of integers satisfying (1.1) is important in the study of the distribution of divisors of integers… (More)